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Flokk accepted to Alberta Yield program

February 23, 2021

Flokk Systems Inc. is pleased to announce that it has been accepted into Alberta Yield.

Alberta Yield is an agriculture and food technology advisory program offered by @BioenterpriseCA, @TECEdmonton and @PlatformCalgary.

Flokk featured in Tech 2020 issue of GrainsWest

September 9, 2020

The collaborative support of the Olds College Smart Farm and Zone Startups Calgary for the development of Flokk is featured in the Tech 2020 issue of GrainsWest magazine.

To read the entire article, please access the Tech 2020 issue of GrainsWest online.

Flokk.ca is launched

June 18, 2020

Flokk.ca, the website supporting Flokk, is launched!

The site will eventually become the hub for the Flokk herd management and traceability system. Until then, it is the best source for updates on the development of the product.

Flokk joins Zone Startups Calgary

May 1, 2020

Flokk systems Inc. is pleased to announce that it has been accepted to Zone Startups Calgary.

Zone Startups is a global accelerator for startups with strong teams and a vision to become fast-growing market leaders. Zone Startups is operated by DMZ Ventures, a Toronto-based accelerator focused on growing and investing in early-stage technology companies. DMZ Ventures programs include Zone Startups Calgary in partnership with GE, Baker Hughes, TELUS, and UFA, Zone Startups Sports + Media in partnership with Rogers, Zone Startups India including programs with the Shell Foundation, and Zone Startups Vietnam in partnership with Unibrands, Vina Capital, TTG Holdings, and Talentnet.

Flokk secures initial investment

April 20, 2020

Flokk systems Inc. is pleased to announce that it has secured a founding investment.

The private investor has extensive experience in Agricultural financing and operations, and brings a wealth of experience that will be invaluable to Flokk as we advance the product to market.

Testing of Flokk begins at Olds College TAC

January 21, 2020

The TAC (Technology Access Centre) for Livestock production at Olds College, using funding from the NRC IRAP program, today began initial testing of the flokk herd management device.

Over the next several months, the TAC will complete testing of flokk with the herd. Functions to be tested include animal additions, calving, animal movements, and animal weighings.

RBC publishes "Farmer 4.0: How the Coming Skills Revolution Can Transform Agriculture"

August 27, 2019

The Royal Bank of Canada has published a comprehensive report on the need for new tools and skills in Canadian Agriculture.

From the report:

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