MaiaGrazing Media Coverage
Hay & Forage Grower | By Jesse Bussard, Sep 4, 2018
Recently, an Australian company, Maia Technology, released a new free grazing management software known as MaiaGrazingLITE during the Grassfed Exchange Conference held June 20 to 22 in Rapid City.
Australia Unlimited | By Simon Webster, 23-08-18
Moving animals around a farm that has no fences, and knowing the pasture with the best feed on offer down to a blade of grass, is set to become a reality, thanks to some pioneering Australian ag-tech. It’s all about boosting farm performance levels while ensuring environmental sustainability.
BEEF CENTRAL | By Sam Trethewey, 16 Aug 2018
Exactly when is the right time for us to talk about drought and how we can better manage it? It seems no one wants to openly talk about it or listen to it when times are good and grass is plentiful; however that’s precisely when we should start planning for it.
BEEF CENTRAL | By Jon Condon, 26 April 2017
Northern NSW beef producer Stuart Austin says the ability to ‘measure and manage grass’ using new grazing management tools plays a critical role in the performance of Willmot Cattle Co’s 1800ha intensively-managed grazing property near Ebor, east of Armidale.
BEEF CENTRAL | By Jon Condon, 24 April 2017
The company behind the development of collar-based virtual fencing technology plans to release a prototype version of its product around mid-year, in the next stage towards commercial launch. Australia’s first ag-tech event specifically for grazing was hosted by Maia Technology.