We’re very proud to say that Zero Harm Farm was announced the winner of the National Agtech Challenge at the Royal Melbourne Show, Victoria, Australia.  That’s me on the left looking a little lost, but representing the ZHF team 🙂 Zero Harm Farm was selected from four worthy finalists drawn from hundreds of entries received […]
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Being safe has its benefits: Zero Harm rewards workers and contractors for getting involved on New Zealand worksites with a $25 Hunting and Fishing voucher! Zero Harm’s award-winning safety productivity tool already makes it super easy for our users to share vital health and safety information. Now contractors and visitors who take the time to raise the safety […]
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Zero Harm Farm has been invested in by Sproutx, Australasia’s largest Ag VC fund. We’re very excited to announce that our vision to be a world leader in the simple, mobile and paperless management of agriculture health and safety has been recognised and shared by the team at Sproutx, Australasia’s largest Ag tech venture capital investment fund.   […]
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A farm health and safety management app that won the 2016 Southern Field Days invention award is back this year, launched in a commercial version that’s set to go. Zero Harm Farm is the brainchild of Ross Copland and Mark Orr, who took out the top prize when they launched their app as a working […]
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Southern Fielday – 2018 Two years ago we launched the Zero Harm Farm web application at the Southern fieldays. We’re greatly looking forward to returning on February 14-16 to demonstration the vast amount of upgrades and improvements since we were awarded the Best Farm Invention award at this event in 2016. Thanks to the 70 or […]
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Innovative New App Wins Innovation Award at Waimumu Field Day.
SOUTHERN RURAL LIFE – Article February 24th 2016. FARM INVENTION AWARDS App wraps up health and safety A mobile phone application that manages health and safety requirements on farms has won the 2016 Southern Rural Life Farm Invention Awards. NICOLE SHARP reports. Farm safety application Zero Harm Farm has proved successful for founder and director […]
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