In September of 2019, automed celebrated 7 years since David Edwards founded the automatic livestock medication company. A lot has happened in seven years including the advancement of the system and products, new markets, challenges, and rewards.
In August, Startup City released its list of Top 15 Most Promising AgTech Companies. Making the list, automed. This is the first award of its kind for automed in the U.S. market.
Meet Yuhan, our iOS developer and the person behind our newly released iOS app. From the development to the user experience to the testing, Yuhan has brought the automed Essentials app for iOS to life.
Jeff Wiemold joined the automed team in 2018 with a wealth of knowledge as our Software Developer and Cloud Computing Solutions Architect.
We hear the buzz word “sustainability” often. But what does it mean? On Earth Day we wanted to recognize the efforts of livestock producers around the world for their efforts in maintaining and improving the land, water, and resources to produce sustainable products for consumers.
Harris Law's primary role includes ensuring the best usability for automed users by creating, implementing and improving the automed software systems. With automed, he has played an integral role in the development of the Android and Windows apps, and the integration of the automed system with other industry partners.
automed is delighted to add Ksenia Schroeder, another talented member to the team to help automed grow and strive internationally. Ksenia joins the team as Europen Sales Rep, located in Germany.
Christoph Schroeder joins the automed team as non-executive director, Europe. Christoph is involved in challenging the direction and performance of the company, and strategic planning including a heavy focus in Europe.
To achieve our long-term ambitions, we look for passionate and skilled team members who can grow with the company, such as Luke Magyar.
We first introduced Kathleen Gilman in January of 2018. Since then, Kathleen has grown within automed. When it comes to the automed team, there are generally two types of hires. The first type typically comes from different industries. The other type comes to the company with a wealth of knowledge of the industry.
At automed we seek to revolutionize the livestock medication technology business with our one-of-a-kind, world-class product. In pursuit of this goal, we fill our team with forward-thinking, innovative people like Brooke German.
As another year draws to a close – the third since automed’s launch – we wanted to share a look back at what was an incredibly important year for the company. 2018 saw big changes that will have long-lasting positive effects for our customers.
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...
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!
Heading into 2017, we wanted to create new strategies to consolidate and improve upon our 2016 achievements. If anything, 2017 was even more rewarding...
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I often hear statements like, ‘I’m no good at this type of thing’ or the ever popular ‘If it aint broke, don’t fix it!’ I understand these thoughts perfe...
In dairy production, automed is able to lower medication and labor costs to make management of operations more profitable.
automed made its first appearance at the World Pork Expo in Des Moines. Read all about our experience at this pork expo of pork expos.
The livestock industry is made up of important, interlocking supply-chain relationships. Each link in the chain has a vital role and a responsibility to the the greater supply chain. We would argue that no relationship is more important than the one that exists between the producer and the feedlot. With…
Our first appearance at the Pan Pacific Pork Expo was a memorable one. Read automed's CEO, David Edwards, give his thoughts on the event.
Just how responsible is the farm for resistance to antibiotics? We do a deep dive into this hot button issue. The results may be surprising.
How the consumer and livestock producer relationship broke down and what it means for the future security of food supply.
The modern producer is tech-savvy and open to innovations that would improve their productivity. We look at the future of livestock production solutions.
Livestock disease control is a global problem that requires innovation and global support. We dive deep into the topic and find a path forward.
The challenges faced by the livestock industry are wide-ranging. Medication is something that is hard to find consensus on. But we must try.