Introducing Luke Magyar

To achieve our long-term ambitions, we look for passionate and skilled team members who can grow with the company. Luke Magyar exemplifies this prof...

automed at the NCBA Trade Show 2018

If you’re anywhere near Phoenix, Arizona, be sure to come on down to the oldest and perhaps also the biggest national convention for cattle – the Cattle...

Introducing Kathleen Aschoff

Kathleen and automed will be attending NCBA in Phoenix from January 31 – February 2. If you’re planning to attend, be sure to say hello!

2017: Our Year in Review

Heading into 2017, we wanted to create new strategies to consolidate and improve upon our 2016 achievements. If anything, 2017 was even more rewarding...

New U.S. production facilities come online

We saw that increased capacity would be required sooner rather than later. We’re a proactive bunch at automed, so we quickly decided to go with “sooner.”

Improve your business with better stock handling

Livestock producers know that handling is an area that cannot be ignored. Cattle, in particular, are powerful animals that, when stressed, can cause a lot of damage to people, equipment, and themselves. Aside from just the safety concerns and well-being of the animals, high-quality handling also improves efficiency and maximizes…

The World Dairy Expo 2017

The World Dairy Expo 2017 in Madison, Wisconsin, will be centre of the world’s stage for the dairy industry, from October 3-7. The international event will draw huge crowds to experience things like dairy cattle judging contests, a virtual farm tour, dairy forage seminars, jersey sales, the international Brown Swiss…

U.S. Beef Producers Back in (Beijing) Business

In June it was announced that China’s 14-year ban on importing beef from the U.S. was finally coming to an end. The ban, which was levied in 2003, after a mad cow disease scare, completely closed off U.S. livestock farmers from being able to benefit from the growing Chinese market…

automed turn 5

automed turns 5

What started off as an idea was now becoming a reality. The automed system was put through its first live tests on Phillip Edward’s sheep farm.