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Lazy FA Fencing | Incubator Resident Highlight

When brainstorming for a potential FFA Supervised Agricultural Experience turns into the start of a family entrepreneurial pursuit.

Lazy FA Fencing is working to solve a problem that ranchers are all too familiar with - keeping electric fences on and cattle in. Their system aims to alert producers to when and where the short is occurring, thus, saving labor and preventing further frustration and headaches. Started by Neligh Andersen, her father, and her brother, Lazy FA Fencing is an Incubator Resident at The Combine Incubator, an AgTech startup program.

Neligh Andersen, one of the co-founders of Lazy FA Fencing, said, "We wanted to create something that would help us, and in the process of starting and talking with producers, we found the need was much greater than us.". With that in mind, their prototypes are currently being field tested, and improvements are being made so that their product is the best possible solution for ranchers when it is released for sale.

Their goal is to have a marketable product in the next 12 months, but looking to the future, Lazy FA Fencing has big plans. Their overall goal is to provide a product that works on various livestock operations, no matter how big or small. They are working to establish a market in the United States and then will work to explore international patenting to sell in other countries.

The Combine is excited to have Lazy FA Fencing join us and wants to recognize them for their commitment to solving problems that ranchers face.


What is The Combine?

Invest Nebraska's Combine Incubator is a statewide initiative focused on supporting high-growth agri-food entrepreneurs through mentoring, commercialization support, physical incubation space on Nebraska's Innovation Campus, and a network of helping farmers and ranchers across the state. Invest Nebraska is a private, non-profit statewide venture development organization focused on high-growth companies in Nebraska and growing the state's entrepreneurial economy. Invest Nebraska works directly with entrepreneurs, researchers, and companies to help commercialize their technologies, launch and grow new businesses, and access needed capital.

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