The company makes technology for remote monitoring and water supplementation that can be used to monitor the supplements given to animals on a farm.
DIT Technologies chief executive Mark Peart said in a statement: "Australia’s 97 million cattle and sheep are mainly grass fed and need supplements to overcome the nutritional deficiencies of native grasses to increase well-being.
"Our technology provides a cheaper, more effective way of supplementing livestock equally through controlled dosing of their drinking water, with Australian farmers realising up to 15% production gains and 40% cost savings.
“We are excited to now engage with investors for the next chapter of our journey. Through equity crowdfunding with Birchal we hope to fund our expansion south, grow our team, increase production, further our data collection to help farmers make sustainable decisions, and commercialise our horticulture offer, where our technology could be used for water conservation, input efficiency and reducing run-off into waterways.”
Birchal co-founder Mark Vittal said: “The CSF industry is helping to raise awareness of impressive Australian businesses by providing opportunities that all Australians can invest in.
"Agtech, in particular, is a sector where Australia has the opportunity to punch well above its weight on the world stage."
Birchal claims to be Australia’s leading equity crowdfunding platform licensed under the national crowd sourced funding regime.
Australians can register their interest to invest in DIT Technologies’ equity crowdfunding campaign right away from at https://www.birchal.com/company/dittechnologies, with crowdfunding expected to open in October.