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The History of Virtual Fencing

Although fencing began about 10,000 years ago when humans first began herding cattle, it wasn’t until the early 1970’s that the idea of virtual fencing or fenceless boundaries became a possibility. In 1973, the fenceless boundary for pets was invented by Richard Peck...
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Agersens and CSIRO Collaboration Agreement

Leading agri-tech company Agersens and CSIRO have signed a Collaboration Agreement to build on their existing relationship as they develop and commercialise livestock technologies made possible by eShepherd. The collaboration between CSIRO, a globally recognised...
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eShepherd and Regenerative Grazing

Over the past few years, there has been strong movement globally about rethinking our current systems of food production. Issues of climate change are combined with a drive toward healthier animals and environmental protection in the search for a more sustainable...
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Agersens Establishes New Innovation Centre

Agersens has recently setup a new Innovation Centre in Southern Queensland to further advance digital animal management technology. Located about one hour’s drive from Brisbane Airport, the centre has been designed as a place to develop the eShepherd animal...
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Provenance and Virtual Fencing

One of the big trends currently taking place in agriculture is vertical integration. More and more large corporations are taking control by creating their own industrial chain all the way from the farm to the factory. With consumer demand for greater provenance and...
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