Smart agritech pioneer Digitanimal helps ranchers better manage their cattle and ensure animal welfare

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Its latest project, Cattlechain, is an IoT-blockchain solution for farms to meet the EU’s animal welfare standards, fulfilling consumers’ demand for sustainable farming and food traceability

Created by one of Spain's earliest IoT innovators and a cattle rancher, Digitanimal allows farms to track their herd remotely as they roam out to pasture, even as far as 100km and up in the mountains. The Madrid-based startup is working on a new project, Cattlechain, to help farmers comply with EU standards for animal welfare. Building on Digitanimal's existing health- and location-tracking functions, Cattlechain also includes open source blockchain to enable food traceability through its animal welfare seal solution.The EU's Animal Welfare Protocol focuses on the protection of animals ke...
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