FARM SENSING INFRASTRUCTURE
FOR LIVESTOCK PRODUCERS
Company update - getting closer!
Product designed with farmer experience
- Thanks to all the early adopter farmers who helped us through the last 24 months of continuous iterations, coupled with surviving the last year surrounded by a global pandemic. We are almost ready to start our on-farm mission to power the farm sensing infrastructure livestock producers need to leap into future farming operational efficiency gains.
Realistic to automate feed rationing
- Our first leap forward together is to transform your everyday mechanical feeder into an automated rationing unit with our farm-wide sensing kit. A simple and broad use case leveraging EID ear tags on livestock and proximity sensors to give a small portion of feed.
Helping future focused livestock producers
- Welcoming initial product support to future-focused livestock farmers seeking to eliminate production waste and improve livestock welfare through a combination of technology advantage and existing farm infrastructure.
Our tech is simple, hassle free and cockatoo proof – promise guaranteed!
Calling future focused livestock producers to get in touch now!
A taster - how to get started?
Pick a lease periodWe'll call you for preferred delivery date. Alternatively, the option exists to purchase the equipment outright.
Recieve your feeder equipmentWe’ll deliver your feeder unit by the agreed date.
Switch on the unitWhile at the feeding location, turn the power of the unit on in one simple action.
Set the daily feed thresholdNow, it’s over to you to begin to see the technology at work.
Frequently Asked Questions | FAQ
AgMesh started to help livestock producers seeking affordable sensing technology designed specifically for use in agriculture that just works, simple.
Our mission is to power on farm sensing infrastructure of livestock producers and reduce production waste.
We simplify sensing infrastructure deployment for livestock businesses of every size in pursuit of this mission.
As a team, we are engineering focused with the capability to help you simplify technology implementation across IoT connectivity and RFID hardware solutions.
We offer affordable EID reader and connectivity equipment that allows you to get set up quickly with advanced sensing technology. Our proprietary system can be retrofit to virtually any farm equipment. Speak to us now if you have specific problems you want to solve or for a free pricing brochure.
We offer industrial grade EID reader and connectivity equipment that allows you to offer new services to your customers. As a valued partner you get access to our complimentary onboarding service AgMesh Live to help get your team started quickly. Speak to us now to receive a free pricing brochure.
At launch, our first use case is for feeders. The offering delivered to producers is capability to feed each animal a specific amount, this allows smaller animals to catch up. So what? Well, this also translates to tangible measurable return on feed cost per filling cycle.
Each animal that visits this equipment is registered by the AgMesh sensor scanner. The animal’s information is collected automatically from its Electronic Identification (EID) tag. Once identified a small feed ration is given to the animal.
AgMesh sensing technology can be installed on any farming equipment that is convenient for you and your livestock—water trough, silo or livestock feeder. It’s super easy.
Each animal that visits this equipment is registered by the sensor scanner. The animal’s information is collected automatically from its Electronic Identification (EID) tag.
Think of the offering as elevating in 15 minutes a metal piece of equipment sitting idle in a paddock or around your farm by giving it the smarts which enable you to solve operational problems with no hassle. We make this possible!
“A Sheep Electronic Identification (EID) system uses an electronic ear tag or device, marking each animal with its own, individual identifying number.” Most know about this, but do you really know what benefits EID has? Check the following link out: agriculture.vic.gov.au/agricu…