Bigger doesn’t always mean better.
To meet the needs of a rapidly growing human population, we need to grow more food than ever before.
So we are making our machinery bigger than ever before.
But what if we stopped making things bigger and just made them smarter?
What if that little engine that could … became the machine that did?
This is what drives us. We know robotic technology holds the key to the future of farming and we want to bring it to you.
Do you want to be a part of the future of farming?
Swarm Farm is leading the field in the development of robotic farm technology. But as passionate and committed as we are, we realise it will take the contributions and support of many, all working together, to drive this transformation.
If you are an investor, a funding body, agricultural company or interested stakeholder, we are open to partnerships with you and look forward to discussing how we can work together for the future of farming.
Please contact Neville Crook via Neville @ Swarmfarm.com
The vision to develop robotic farming technology came from innovative grain and cattle farmer Andrew Bate. Andrew has spent a life time in agriculture; he has trained as an agronomist, and farms near Emerald, Central Queensland Australia. Andrew is passionate about ensuring the future generations of farmers have a vibrant, economic, and sustainable future in the cropping industry.
Jocie has life time experience in agriculture from growing up on a sheep and beef cattle operation south-west of Blackall, Queensland Australia. She has trained as an agricultural economist and has many years experience in agricultural consulting, rural finance and grain farming.
Neville also has a life time of experience in agriculture. He has 20 years experience as an agronomist in cotton, grain and horticulture. For the last 10 years he has worked as a finance and agribusiness consultant. Neville has also grown irrigated cotton and currently produces table grapes, hay and cattle on his farm near Emerald, Central Queensland Australia.
Peter has extensive experience in control and robotic systems in both high degree of freedom electrohydraulic manipulators and mobile robotics. Peter also has many years of experience in the resources and defence sectors, and grew up on a sugar cane farm in North Queensland.
Vikki has spent 27 years in weed research and development as the Principal Weed Research Agronomist with the Queensland DPI&F. She has developed specialized weed management techniques & strategies on a wide range of week species within cotton, grain, horticulture, sugarcane and tree crops.
We’re a small team with a big goal!
If you can dazzle us with your talent, passion and potential, you’ll get to work on one of the most exciting projects around!
We are always on the lookout for passionate, talented people, so please drop us a line.