• Hannah Phillips

Robots for Farming's Future

Robotic equipment has already started being incorporated into regular farming, with new developments being trialled everyday.

Kilter Rural in Victoria's Lake Boga is about to start using robotic weeding equipment to boost the business into one of Australia's biggest organic tomato processing companies.

To find out more about what the robotic equipment will involve and what it should look like, Sarah caught up with CEO of Wedgetail Food and Fibre, Richard Furphy, on the Regional Roundup.

For more information about what Kilter Rural are doing head to their website.

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