British farm moo-ves into new tech with 5G collars on cows


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  • Thursday, 05 Sep 2019

Forbes holding a smartphone showing biometric data on his cows at Agri-EPI Centre, a dairy development centre in Shepton Mallet, England. The bovine residents of the British agricultural technology research centre are wearing next generation mobile technology aimed at helping make dairy farming more efficient. — AP

SHEPTON MALLET, England: On the dairy farm of the future, the cows are going wireless.

The bovine residents of a British agricultural technology research centre are helping to test next generation mobile technology aimed at helping make dairy farming more efficient.

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