News | November 17, 2016

Big Data Analytics & Dairy Farming: Halydean M&A Model Unveiled

Hayward, WI--(Marketwired) - Halydean Corporation, a privately held dairy and beef farm investment group, announced it has unveiled its dairy industry roll-up model with big data analytics to help with mergers and acquisitions as well as complete operational decision analysis.

"The more data we get, the more we can automate and process it to make better management decisions to decrease cost and increase revenue. This system is all one program with new programming and platforms," says CIO Carlos Febles.

The new program allows Halydean's financial analysts to receive data from dairy farms that want to merge into Halydean, in addition to tracking feed and forage, water analysis, milk analysis, animal health and production data, and agronomy analysis on the farms that Halydean already owns.

This centralized data command center is already being used to propose pricing for new farms and forecast the effect that a proposed merger should have on the company's stock price, in great detail. This will allow Halydean to rollup more farms in much less time. This has already helped the company to quickly identify the best acquisition targets via automated comparative financial analysis.

Halydean, which is a group of family farms and businesses, is completing audits for its S-1 registration and NASDAQ listing and is seeking accredited investors who would like to invest a minimum of $100,000 each. Halydean filed its Form D with the SEC under 506(c) seeking $24 million in expansion capital to finish paying off debts and gain $13 million in additional forecasted net earnings within two years. Accredited investors that are interested in pre-IPO dairy farm ownership should send their full name and phone number to: Farmers who are interested to find out more about joining Halydean Corporation to preserve their family heritage and establish succession planning should visit for more information.

Like a car's dashboard gauges help a driver, measuring data helps managers to make informed decisions with critical information. As the system expands, in time it will receive and track all farm processes and production data within the Halydean family. Such a dashboard of real-time data will be expanded to include modules for soil-to-table data tracking for quality control with access to individual farms and aggregated data, algorithms for management reports, troubleshooting, financial controls for SEC and regulatory compliance, invoicing, herd & field management, production optimization, risk mitigation, and customizable data and automatically generated reports. Data such as facility temperatures, feed rates, and tank capacities can be fed into decision analysis programs. Analysis can be sent to multiple farm managers via cell phones, tablets, laptops, and desktops alike in real-time for better management decisions. This automated analysis of operations will also improve conditions for workers, animals, and the local environment.

The system was developed by Halydean in collaboration with a leading U.S.-based programming group, hired in late 2015, using the newest technology and programing languages for the best results, and a versatile, efficient platform.

Bonus benefits include academic data, environmentalism, and a potential added profit center for the company. Once soon-to-be added features are fully tested and implemented, Halydean may market the tracking system as well as the M&A analysis system. Halydean will archive qualitative and quantitative data as a resource for university and corporate researchers. The company is committed to using the data to improve both production and the environmental conditions of all dairy farms.

About The Company
Halydean Corporation is an agricultural land holding company that specializes in dairy and beef production. The company's focus is to consolidate the dairy industry through vertical and horizontal integration, acquiring farms with a mixture of stock and cash, with an emphasis on expanding dairy and beef production for capital appreciation for shareholders and reinvestment in company growth. The company has more than 100 years of industry leadership experience. Through holding simple, safe assets like grazing land and cattle, the company could profit as the fragmented dairy industry consolidates for cost-to-scale improvements in efficiency and focus on solid business fundamentals. More information can be found at

SOURCE: Halydean Corporation