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Managing livestock grazing is a challenging undertaking that requires significant labor, infrastructure, and time. Modern technologies like the internet of things (IoT) and GPS may change that. Jack Keating, Founder of Corral Technologies, joins this episode of the FarmBits podcast to share how Corral is leveraging digital technologies to make the limitations of physical fencing relics of the past. Corral's IoT cow collars and software work together to enable software-defined geofences that can be adjusted virtually with only a few finger swipes and a button click from miles away. While fencing may not be the problem at the top of a rancher's list, it is the numerous grazing management opportunities that this virtual fencing platform unlocks that hold the ultimate value for ranchers. Tune into this episode to hear Jack discuss the exciting future of digitally facilitated grazing management and the challenges that Corral faces in making this future a reality.
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