NSW's natural resources, farming prowess, manufacturing capability and scientific expertise offer a raft of new agrifood opportunities.
The New South Wales government have provided Agscent the support to potential export all over the world.
Dr Darlington found that a NASA sensors used in the detection of harmful chemicals could also detect pregnancy related breath molecules.
Space technology developed by NASA is now being used to literally sniff out pregnancy in cows.
Agscent are reinventing livestock diagnostics. Introducing Agscent Air – simple, accurate and instant monitoring of methane on farm.
Space technology developed by NASA is being used to detect pregnancy in cows from as early as 18 days.
Trialling innovative breath testing pregnancy tool for cattle with the support of the Tropical North Queensland Drought Resilience Adoption & Innovation Hub.
Putting a new breath-based pregnancy testing through its paces to help ensure it is suited to North Queensland conditions and cattle.
Creating a more affordable, effective alternative to traditional pregnancy test method that can help cattle producers make key decisions earlier.
The big idea that’s using NASA-developed technology to help pregnant cows.
A device that could change the way farmers preg test cattle is a step closer to commercialisation.
A NSW company developing a hand-held device to determine pregnancy status at an early stage using breath samples...
A NEW device is being developed by start-up company Agscent to detect pregnancies in cattle using a breath test.
A device is being developed to allow producers to take a breath sample from a cow that can read whether the animal is pregnant or not.
Cows can now be breathalysed to see if they are pregnant, offering farmers a simple alternative to traditional methods.
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