Wednesday February 19, 2020

Farming tech company Dairymaster beefs up staff by 50 in bid for expansion

14th January, 2015
Edmond Harty, chief executive,Dairymaster: ‘We’re trying to do a lot of different and exciting things’ Picture: Don MacMonagle

Dairymaster, the Kerry-based global farming technology company, plans to hire up to 50 people in the coming months as part of its expansion plans.

The firm, whose star products include MooMonitor, the first wearable technology for cows, employs 300 people, including app developers, software engineers, industrial designers, vets, laser technicians and software developers at its state-of-the-art plant in Causeway.

“We have a whole raft of things in the pipeline, some of which should deliver this year as...

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