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Brand New Zealand. Why collaboration is key

Posted by Team at FarmIQ on 13/08/19 12:28


We are living through a unique period in human history. As a species, we are collectively looking down the barrel of a global population of 9 billion people by 2050, possible water and food shortages brought on through climate change, shifting consumer preferences and a decline in consumer confidence in the food supply system.


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Bringing Soil Moisture Information to life

Posted by Team at FarmIQ on 25/03/19 12:00


FarmIQ has announced a new partnership with Carrfields.  Farmers using Carrfields Technology sensors to monitor soil moisture and temperature can now visualise their information in FarmIQ.


Topics: Software releases , FarmIQ news

Important NAIT changes in FarmIQ

Posted by Team at FarmIQ on 14/03/19 13:56


NAIT has made important changes to the NAIT system that affect how you provide information. If you’re a NAIT user you’ll need to update your registration details by 31 March 2019. Here's how...


Topics: FarmIQ news

Farming in a fish bowl. The impact of a #selfie

Posted by Team at FarmIQ on 11/03/19 13:51


For the most part, tourism is a good thing. It brings in billions of dollars a year in income to NZ, which allows us to flourish as a nation. However, there is a down-side that, unless you farm in an area of incredible natural beauty, you might not have thought much about...


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Farm Environment Planning at UC

Posted by Team at FarmIQ on 08/03/19 15:24


Students at the University of Canterbury took on a practical approach to Farm Environment Plans, using FarmIQ to develop a Farm Environment Plan for a local Canterbury farm.


Topics: Customer stories

Why FarmIQ is like a SmartTV

Posted by Team at FarmIQ on 04/03/19 11:18


There are essentially two types, the one-trick ‘black box’ plasma TV and the all singing all dancing SmartTV. Unlike your TV, the decision you make about your farm recording system now could have significant implications for the future of your farm from productivity to profitability.  


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