TIFTON — New expertise is on the fingertips of Abraham Baldwin Agricultural School college students due to a $40,000 donation to the ABAC Basis from ClicRtechnologies. A ClicRweight Bovine Resolution System will likely be utilized on the Beef Unit at ABAC’s J.G. Woodroof Farm.
Mark Kistler, dean of ABAC’s College of Agriculture and Pure Assets, is worked up concerning the partnership with ClicRtechnologies.
“The ClicRweight Bovine Resolution System will present helpful knowledge for the administration and operation of our beef unit,” Kistler stated. “Extra importantly, it is going to be utilized by lots of our tutorial packages akin to animal science and livestock manufacturing, in addition to agribusiness and agricultural expertise and methods administration.”
Kistler stated having college students use the newest in expertise will assist them have the information and expertise they want for future employment.
Joseph Spicola Sr., chairman and CEO of ClicRtechnologies, stated he believes ranchers have to embrace expertise or get left behind as a result of expertise is the way forward for agriculture.
“We hope to emphasise expertise gained within the totally different levels and tracks provided at ABAC to encourage individuals to pursue an schooling in agriculture,” Spicola stated. “We consider ABAC will give ranchers and small household farms a possibility to see this revolutionary expertise first-hand.”
ClicRtechnologies creates expertise that obtains weights in difficult conditions. The ClicRweight Bovine Resolution System makes use of 3D imaging expertise that reads cattle, pig and alligator weights with out disrupting the routine of the animals.
“The College of Agriculture and Pure Assets is grateful for the generosity of Mr. Spicola and all the people at ClicRtechnologies,” Kistler stated. “We’re trying ahead to an extended partnership.”