CropLogic

  • Ticker:ASX:CLI
  • Sector:Healthcare
  • Industry:Pharmaceutical
  • CEO:James Cooper-Jones
  • Founded:2010
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CropLogic (ASX:CLI) is a global agronomy, farm management, and agricultural technology company, with operations in the US, Australia, and New Zealand.

CLI's suite of agricultural technologies brings together a variety of agricultural technologies to help farmers optimize crop yields, including in-field soil moisture monitoring, infrared aerial imagery and yield prediction which are all housed in an easy to use platform called CropLogic Growerview. This is complemented by agronomy and farm management services.

The company has two core technology offerings, that produce quantitative data, that the services division of the company then use, to drive qualitative outcomes with farmers to better utilise their resources and create greater harvest yields.

CLI secured the lease for a 500-acre trial industrial hemp farm in Central Oregon and acquired an Industrial Hemp Growing License from the Oregon Department of Agriculture (ODA). The company is on track for a potential 1 million pound Biomass harvest, which could yield over US$40 million in revenue, from what is essentially, an "R&D department".
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Management
James Cooper-Jones
Chief Executive Officer
James Cooper-Jones is an experienced finance executive with a global perspective on business, as well as being a graduate of one of Australia's top-ranked agricultural universities. Over the course of his career, James has managed accounting and reporting functions in Africa, Asia, Australia, and the Middle East, in addition to holding accounting and secretarial roles in the resources, agriculture, import-export, and information technology industries. He also has extensive experience with the management of listed entities, including market positioning and branding, reporting, raising capital, marketing and investor relations.
Daniel Bramich
Chief Financial Officer
Daniel Bramich is the lead partner of Bourke Group's Virtual CFO services, which oversees the full finance function for a number of Australian, NZ and US businesses. Bramich is responsible for managing financial reporting for a broad range of stakeholders, ranging from major financial institutions, to Family Office and Venture Capital Investors.
Amber Carriera
Business Manager
Amber Carriera is an analytical, highly adaptable and committed Business Administrator with more than 9 years of full-time industry experience focusing onASX-listed companies working in the Investment, Mining, Oil & Gas and Graphic Design industries.
Scott Barclay
Western Territories Manager & Senior Agronomist
Scott Barclay has over 20 years’ experience in the agricultural industry—with extensive expertise as an agronomist—as well as in the areas of customer service, sales management, training and sales forecasting. Scott started out in chemical, fertilizer and seed sales, and then in 2002 he began working as a Corporate Agronomist for Young and Young of Idaho. For overten years, Scott was also a Crop Advisor and Sales Representative for Land View Fertilizer, advising growers on chemical and fertilizer applications.
Jason Peterson
Hemp Specialist
Jason Peterson has been farming industrial hemp since it became legal in Oregon in 2014. Prior to this, he spent several years overseeing an indoor cannabis operation for the medical marijuana marketplace. He has extensive knowledge of photoperiod hemp plants and strong relationships with growers, farmers, and other service providers in the industrial hemp community. His proven farming strategy involves maximizing yields and overall potency by taking a holistic approach to hemp cultivation.
Sean Muldoon
Agronomist
Sean Muldoon is an agronomist with over 8 years’ experience in plant breeding, aerial imaging and crop research. After receiving his degree in Biotechnology at Kansas State University, he moved to the Pacific Northwest to pursue a career that combines both R&D and drone technology to help farmers maximize yields and productivity.