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.
Free online demos are available from virtually anywhere via the internet with a member of the automed support team. During the demo, learn about the automed device and range of adapters and gain a better understanding of how the system works to accurately calculate, deliver and record livestock medication treatments.
automed is pleased to announce a collaboration with Iowa State University College of Veterinary Medicine (ISU CVM) and the Swine Medicine Education Center (SMEC). automed will be co-sponsoring the Swine Veterinary Internship Program (SVIP) which will include a trial and research of the automed system.
Virbac joins automed as a global distribution partner to bring the automed system and solution to livestock producers including cattle, swine, and sheep. This partnership is vital as automed continues to grow globally and enhance the livestock medication process for producers.
Jeff Wiemold joined the automed team in 2018 with a wealth of knowledge as our Software Developer and Cloud Computing Solutions Architect.
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, Inc. is excited to announce its latest integration with the Gallagher TW-3 scale. This integration will provide enhanced ease of use for livestock producers administering weight-based livestock medications. This is the first scale that automed has been able to connect to via WiFi instead of Bluetooth
automed announces first European distribution partner, VenoFrance, opening the ever important and growing livestock market 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.