Processing Technologies

Show me the money: Lightning finally strikes!

How often is agri research commercialised in Australia? Somewhere between peace in the Middle East and the return-to-earth orbit of Halley’s comet? There are exceptions, writes Agtech editor, Sam Trethewey…Read More

Agtech Central editor, Sam Trethewey, October 25, 2018

Startup raises $1.4m for mobile abattoir

Agtech startup Provenir has announced it has closed a $1.4 million investment round as it gears up to build Australia’s first commercial mobile abattoir. ..Read More

Agtech Central editor, Sam Trethewey, October 12, 2018

$500,000 industry funding for carcase measurement technology

An Adelaide-based agtech startup has received $500,000 in industry and corporate funding to test a new piece of technology to objectively measure eating quality traits in red meat…Read More

beefcentral, October 8, 2018

Premium beef a forensic certainty

In a win for consumers and branded beef producers, premium grassfed and grainfed beef products could soon be identified and verified using a simple forensic test. ..Read More

beefcentral, October 3, 2018

Blocked brain on blockchain?

There’s no doubt the blockchain buzz is getting louder, and the technology is already infiltrating agriculture, in areas like counterfeit protection…Read More

Agtech Central editor, Sam Trethewey, September 27, 2018

Objective carcase grading: What’s coming down the technology super-highway?

Real-time, objective measurement of profitable carcase traits that determine elements of meat yield and eating quality are getting closer to being delivered commercially by modern scanning and digital imaging technology. ..Read More

beefcentral, September 26, 2018

Sheepmeat industry poised for DEXA-led advance

The sheepmeat industry is on the cusp of a processing revolution that will pave the way for a long overdue change in the way producers are paid for their livestock, MLA said in a press release issued today. ..Read More

beefcentral, July 26, 2018


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