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iHerdProducts

“iHerd seeks to eliminate the backbreaking hassle of effectively managing your livestock and property”, said Will Wilson, iHerd creator, Queensland station owner and manager.
“With just a few simple taps, you can access all your property details, including sales data, treatment cabinets, tags, and general reporting, something that has traditionally been a very timely process for farmers”.

Following in his father’s footsteps and embracing innovation, Will Wilson from Calliope Cattle Company identified the potential improvements for efficient livestock management.

His vision was to create a mobile-based solution where he could store cattle numbers, and trace cattle in real time. The result was an application that records cattle lost, cattle purchased and monitors treatment processes. It is suitable for a single property owner, multi-property owner, and consortium.

iHerd provides the user with lifetime traceability of the herd such as treatments and location movements and is a more simplistic approach than other tiresome software which requires information to be recorded in the paddock and then entered manually into the computer.

iHerd allows the farmer to enter the information onto the computer server while out in the paddock, therefore saving time. Australian farmers’ awareness of technology is some of the best in the world, and they are embracing iHerd as it revolutionises the way they maintain records.

Will Wilson has teamed up with iApps, an Australian-based market leader in mobile software development. www.iapps.net.au

Sunday, 26 May 2013 17:44

Profile of Danica Leys

Profile of Danica Leys
DANICA LEYS, from Sydney NSW, has been actively involved in agriculture for the past 15 years.
Danica was one of the co-founders of social media platform and community forum AgChatOz.

WeedSmart App
A simple tool to assess the weed management for a specific paddock. By answering nine short questions about a paddock’s farming system, the tool will assess herbicide resistance and weed seed bank risk.

Sunday, 12 May 2013 22:09

Profile of Tania Chapman

TANIA CHAPMAN is a citrus grower from outside Mildura, Victoria and entered into the citrus and wine grape industry in 2004.
Sunday, 12 May 2013 22:03

Profile of Annette Smith

Profile of Annette Smith
ANNETTE SMITH, from Emerald in Queensland, is Chair of Central Highlands Regional Resources Use Planning Cooperative Ltd, the local Natural Resource Management Group and a Senior Property Valuer with Taylor Byrne.

Sunday, 12 May 2013 21:43

Profile of Fiona Ewing

FIONA EWING, from Snug in Tasmania, has 20 years experience in the seafood industry in Tasmania, as a scientific observer working on commercial fishing vessels around Tasmania.
Sunday, 12 May 2013 21:35

Profile of Barbara Koennecke

BARBARA KOENNECKE, from Gove in the Northern Territory, is a pioneer of the aquarium industry and Principal of Arafura Aquatic Fish Pty Ltd, one of the first professional aquarium businesses in the Northern Territory.

Wednesday, 08 May 2013 12:51

Sally Dickinson

Cotton's regional development officers (Sally Dickinson). The primary function of the Cotton's new RDO team will be to ensure that the latest research information is available to growers and includes facilitating the establishment of local trials to ensure that research outcomes are adapted to meet local needs.
Wednesday, 08 May 2013 12:14

Geoff Hunter

The primary function of the Cotton's new RDO team will be to ensure that the latest research information is available to growers and includes facilitating the establishment of local trials to ensure that research outcomes are adapted to meet local needs.

Wednesday, 08 May 2013 12:02

Alice Devlin

  Cotton's regional development officers  (Alice Devlin)

The primary function of the Cotton's new RDO team will be to ensure that the latest research information is available to growers and includes facilitating the establishment of local trials to ensure that research outcomes are adapted to meet local needs.

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