Letter From Lew - April 2022

This month, I’d like to take some time to slow down and appreciate the things that matter - our customers. 

For the first time in over 2 years, the Vantage team were able to attend an agricultural field day - something that we don’t take lightly. If you saw the Vantage BMS/BMS LaserSat booth at the North Queensland Field Days, thank you! We have missed being able to see our customers in person and share our solutions with the wider farming community. It’s great to be back in the community after a tumultuous few years and we look forward to being a part of much more once again.

BMS built our business on our understanding of our customers. We pride ourselves on our ability to listen to customer needs and provide tailored solutions based on that mutual understanding. Since 1980, myself and co-founder, the late Kevin Muspratt have been dedicated to providing our Australian farming communities with solutions to save time, money, and effort. 

If you attended the latest event, you may have met the next generation of BMS, my grandson, Harvey (pictured above with myself). While Harvey already taught us all a lot about lasers during the field days, we hope that one day he’ll be able to teach Australian farmers a few more things about the ways they can invest in precision ag to better their operation. 

I’d also like to congratulate the winner of the North Queensland Cowboys signed training ball, Riley Chapman. The Chapman family have been long term customers of ours, so we were glad to see Riley excited to receive his prize. 

All in all, the North Queensland Field Days were a fantastic way to resume events. Thank you to all who took the time to visit our stand and talk to our team. We look forward to being a part of many more field days and interacting with our local communities once again.

Contact your local Vantage office to learn more about the systems we provide below. 

Contact Us All Articles