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Allflex Livestock Intelligence is collaborating with Chinese animal monitoring firm Loongtech.
Allflex Livestock Intelligence is working with True Digital Group to distribute monitoring technology to the growing livestock sector in Thailand and south east Asia.
Australian cattle monitoring specialist Ceres Tag will accelerate development of its technology after receiving a Aus$700,000 ($470,000) government grant.
US firm FitBark has launched a new product – FitBark GPS – on the US market.
A researcher at Wageningen University & Research (WUR) in the Netherlands has developed an automated 3D camera monitoring system for cows.
Dutch poultry processing specialist 2 Sisters Storteboom has signed a contract with Evonik Industries to strengthen its production capabilities.
Results from a trial of Connecterra's dairy cow monitoring technology suggest the system can help in reducing the use of antibiotics.
Subscribers have five weeks to nominate their company and innovations as part of the Animal Pharm Awards for 2019.
Researchers at the University of Pennsylvania's School of Veterinary Medicine (Penn Vet) have developed a geospatial mapping system to help safeguard the state's farms.
Allflex Livestock Intelligence has added a new manufacturing, packaging and warehousing facility in India.
US pet insurance firm Trupanion will enhance its companion animal database through long-term strategic partnerships with Covetrus and IDEXX Laboratories.
Texas-headquartered start-up HerdX is collaborating with logistics giant UPS to deliver blockchain-verified traced beef from a US farm to Japan.
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