Agriculture
JOIN THE AGRI-REVOLUTION

Our LOGIC impact framework focuses on measuring our impact looking at income increases for small and medium-size farmers. This includes outputs like time savings in harvesting, yield wasteage reductions and how farmers use less resources through a mechanisation service.

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The following snapshot captures some of our growing impact, throughout 2021

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At the macro-level, following our goal of creating prosperity for all, we are structuring our company aspirational equity model where our farmers can earn future shares or profits, in the form of a socio-economic development program where profits or a dividend from our company is re-invested back in the customers we work with.

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“I am a 71-year old man. I’ve been doing farm work for the past forty years. We used to work cows and bullock for tilling the land, and used labourer for harvesting which meant we had to go and find labourers from far-flung areas that was challenging. We’ve been using tractors and harvesters, starting three years ago. For tractors, we source and use them from our own village. For harvesters, we have to sub-lease these from the brokers who source and bring machines from other places. As there are limited machines, we all have to queue to use each machine.

U MYINT, LARGE-HOLDER FARMER

(Kyat Pha Mway Zaung Village Township, Pyarpone)

KEY MILESTONES

2017: Mechanization and Harvest of Crops
2018: Mechanization and Harvest of Crops
2021: Australia set -up, further development of R&D capability
4 to 52 staff growth, filling key roles in R&D, food -tech, mechanization, impact teams
Investment into mechanization from impact funds and regional VCs.
Moving up value chain: harvest of crops, aggregation of crops and food processing