Insights into the EID technology currently available to producers to help improve productivity on farms will be available through a field day hosted by Sapien Teghnology in the Wellington region this week.
EID in Action will be hosted at Glenwood Merino Stud alongside Norm Smith, Stud Principal on Thursday, May 17.
The free event will allow attendants the opportunity to get a better understanding of how the industry is evolving and the new technology offerings that help with data capture and management on farm.
Presentations by industry experts as well as live demonstrations of EID technology in action will be available on the day, doubled by guest speakers Anthony Shepherd (Sheep Matters), Robert Wyld (Sapien Technology) and Norm Smith (Glenwood Merinos).
“Producers around Australia have the opportunity to make improving their bottom line easier with the technology on offer, but many are not aware of what technology is out there, let alone how it to implement it on farm” Robert Wyld said.
“The Agriculture industry, in particular graziers and stud producers, has come a long way with technology but there is so much more on offer and simple changes that can be made to assist with their decision making.”
Sapien Technology have been providers in the industry since 2002 offering animal management systems.
With that they have been able understand what farmers need and offer solutions to help make livestock management easier on farm.
“Australian farmers will be some of the hardest working people you’ll meet,” Robert said.
“We want to be able to offer them these solutions that can save them some valuable time on farm.”
If you are looking to get a better understanding of what EID technology is available and how it could help your farming business, Sapien encourage you to attend the event.
The EID in Action field day will be held at Glenwood Merino Stud, Wellington NSW from 9am to 3pm on May 17.
A barbecue lunch will be provided on the day.
For details regarding the event and to register contact Sapien Technology on 03 9808 7119 or email Jess on firstname.lastname@example.org.