- FarmERP has introduced its advanced digital farming technology to the College of Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources (CAFNR) at Prairie View A&M University in Texas.
- The technology will be deployed at CAFNR’s two farms, covering a combined area of around 900 acres, to support Academic, Extension, and Research programs.
- They will focus on the 3Ps: predictability, profitability, and productivity, aiming to optimize agribusiness operations.
- FarmERP will also collaborate with the university to extend its services to local farmers through outreach and extension activities.
- The partnership aims to cultivate a sustainable future for agriculture, driven by data-driven insights and technological excellence.
FarmERP, a leading smart farm management platform with a global presence, has partnered with Prairie View A&M University’s College of Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources (CAFNR) to implement its advanced digital farming technology. The university, located in Texas, USA, is renowned for its excellence in agricultural studies.
Expanding the Scope of Academic Research
The technology will be implemented at CAFNR’s two farms, Governor Bill and Vara Farm, which cover a combined area of around 900 acres. This initiative aims to support Academic, Extension, and Research programs, focusing on predictability, profitability, and productivity—often called the 3Ps. The technology aims to optimize agribusiness operations within local farms, thereby fostering advancements in research and innovation in agriculture.
Practical Applications and Community Outreach
Prairie View A&M University’s dedicated farms have long been platforms for high-quality, hands-on teaching experiences, impactful research, and engaging extension and academic programs. FarmERP’s technology will manage livestock activities, including goats and cattle, with a high degree of customization to meet the specific needs of the farms. FarmERP will also collaborate with the university to extend its services to local farmers, which includes tasks such as registering farmers and farms, geo-tagging their locations, and providing advisory assistance.
Mr. Sanjay Borkar, CEO of FarmERP, expressed his enthusiasm about the partnership, stating, “We believe in the transformative power of technology in agriculture. This partnership signifies FarmERP’s commitment to advancing regenerative farming practices and fostering the next generation of agricultural innovators.”
Mr. Gerard D’Souza, Dean and Director of Land Grant Programs at PV A&M University, emphasized the significance of this technology deployment. He said, “Our collaboration with FarmERP epitomizes our commitment to preparing future agriculture leaders with the skills essential for modern, technology-driven farming.”
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