26 May 2023

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Galway farmers expected to trade 25,000 animals via leading trading platform in next 3 years

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Galway farmers expected to trade 25,000 animals via leading trading platform in next 3 years

Galway Bay fm newsroom – Farmers across Galway are expected to use a leading online platform to trade 25,000 animals over the next 3 years.

That’s according to Herdwatch – which has launched a new commission-free online space for farmers to advertise their animals.

The company has 18,000 farmers signed up to its software, and is predicting that almost half a million animals will be sold via their platform between now and 2026.

CEO and Co-Founder of Herdwatch, Fabien Peyaud, says the technology has numerous benefits for farmers:

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