Australia's national science agency CSIRO has set up a satellite herd-tracking program, it claims is the world's biggest, to track more than 1000 feral buffalo and unmanned cattle present in Northern Australia.
Australia's national science agency, the CSIRO, has created its own version of "fitbit" to help farmers keep track of their livestock.
A company known as Borderless Cattle Australia plans to give restaurants and consumers in China the ability to own and trace Australian cattle, sell or share them with friends and obtain advice from top chefs and nutritionists.
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