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Livestock are a key part of regenerative farming. After we harvest the main crop, we graze livestock in the off-season.
In the wild, herbivores typically graze in herds. They eat grasses down almost to the ground, and their hooves mix manure and urine into the soil.
Greenfield Robotics is pleased to announce that veteran tech entrepreneur Kent Johnson has made an investment in the company.
Kent is a serial entrepreneur with multiple exits over the years, and is a fixture in the Wichita startup community.
Human activity might have paused for a moment, but climate change continues.
General Mills has been vocal in promoting regenerative agriculture, such as the pilot program recently announced near our headquarters in Cheney, Kansas.
Yet they took a black eye last year when the Environmental Working Group which reported on the presence of Roundup in cereals like Cheerios.
We are pleased to announce that senior marketing executive Jim Berridge has made an investment in Greenfield Robotics.
Jim has held a number of leadership roles at major corporations. Early in his career, Jim led Sony’s strategic marketing and promotions business, connecting content with leading consumer brands to drive customer acquisition and create innovative marketing programs using Sony's digital products (digital music, e-books, promotional video).
Head of Product/Hardware Carl Sutter is sheltered at home in California, thousands of miles away from our lab near Wichita. But work goes on!
Greenfield Robotics is pleased to announce that Nebraska businessman Chris Brester has made an investment in the company.
Chris is the owner of Brester Construction, a leading construction company in Nebraska. Named one of the three Best Places to Work in Lincoln Nebraska, Brester Construction has been a fixture of the community and local business since its founding over 35 years ago.