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Cow collar company Halter raises $32m as farmers wait

Henry Burrell
Tue, 27 Apr 2021

Halter CEO Craig Piggott remains confident that he’s won over farmers.
Henry Burrell
Tue, 27 Apr 2021
Smart farm company Halter has raised $32 million in a funding round that chief executive Craig Piggott says will primarily be used to drive new hires at the company as it looks to roll out its product in New Zealand, and then expand overseas.The series B round was led by Blackbird Ventures, with investment coming from existing backers including Rocket Lab’s Peter Beck, Icehouse Ventures, and US-based venture capital company Data Collective.Halter’s smart collar tech primarily uses sounds and vibrations to herd cows using a mobile ap...

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