Farmer's Weekly

An app for every farming task

The development of faster computer processing speeds and machine learning is revolutionising farm management by helping producers make quicker and better-informed decisions. This, in turn, is leading to greater efficiency, less wastage, improved traceability, greater sustainability and better animal welfare.

Mobile applications (apps) add extra value to the technology by enabling farmers to conveniently access information and control equipment remotely via their smartphones, tablets or watches, at any time and in any place. Farmers do not have to be glued to their screens to keep track of what is happening, as most modern apps send push notifications, such as updates of important information.


Many farmers already use remote desktop apps to access and manage irrigation programmes when they are not on the farm. This

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