May 10, 2017
Bannockburn, IL (May 10) – DeLaval recently launched a new calf feeder – DeLaval calf feeder CF1000S. This latest model features remote connectivity which allows calf raisers to access information about their calves’ feeding habits and plans from a smart device, such as a phone or tablet. Automatic calf feeding has been praised in research from leading universities for its “intensive” calf feeding capabilities, helping increase calves’ daily rations and intake frequency.*
Mar 30, 2017
Stockholm, Sweden, 21 March 2017 − Fair Oaks Farms in Indiana, one of the biggest dairy operations in America, announced its intention to expand from conventional milking systems by signing an agreement for 12 DeLaval voluntary milking system VMS™. The robots are for Prairie’s Edge Dairy Farms llc, one of the nine partnerships that comprise Fair Oaks AG tourism experience, which attracts more than 500,000 visitors annually.
Jan 26, 2017
Peterborough, ON (January 26 2017) – From the company’s origin more than 130 years ago, DeLaval has been regarded as a global leader in dairy farming solutions and services that help farmers around the world succeed. DeLaval devotes energy, knowledge and creative problem solving to making dairy farming more efficient, productive and sustainable. As part of this dedication, the company has launched its new global tag line, “We live milk”.
Oct 07, 2016
BANNOCKBURN, IL (October 5, 2016) – TDI Farms LLC of Westphalia, MI has signed an agreement to purchase 24 DeLaval Voluntary Milking System (VMS™) robots citing advantages in animal welfare, employee development and the farm’s longevity as main catalysts for the project. Owners Frank, Paul and Bryant Treirweiler expect to milk 1,500 cows at the new site.
Aug 11, 2016
Peterborough, ON (August 11 2016) – Dr. Michael Brouk, a professor at Kansas State University, has chosen to work with DeLaval during his one- year working sabbatical as an advisor to the company’s Dairy Management Advisory Team in North America, addressing automated milking concerns for large herds. He will consult on matters such as facility design with regards to heat abatement, cow comfort and cow flow. His sabbatical with DeLaval will last until June 1, 2017.
Peterborough, Canada June 21 2016. DeLaval is proud to introduce DeLaval Midiline ML3100 swing-over milking parlour to the Canadian dairy industry. A superior ultramodern swing-over arm is positioned in the middle of the pit, and is engineered to service both sides of the parlour. The attractive design details integrate DelPro™ Farm Management capabilities into batch milking routines to ensure a high level of advanced milking and herd management functionality.
PETERBOROUGH, ON (August 11, 2016) Holmestead Dairy of Anola Manitoba recently achievedrecord milk production with its DeLaval VMS (voluntary milking system) shortly aftertransitioning from a double-4 milking parlour to the robotic milking unit. Jon Meinen, HerdManagement Advisor with Tristar Dairy Systems, shared the remarkable accomplishment, whichhe states is, “not a one-off occurrence” on this dairy. “Cows should be able to eat, rest and milkwhen they want to. This farm’s free-flow barn design allows a cow to express her naturalbehavior in a comfortable stress-free environment.”
Jun 22, 2016
STOCKHOLM, Sweden (June 22, 2016) Fundo El Risquillo, a large farm in Chile with 6500 dairy cows, has just signed an agreement to install 64 DeLaval VMS™ milking robots making it the world’s largest robotic milking farm.
Mar 15, 2016
PETERBOROUGH, ON (March 15, 2016) DeLaval experts were recently invited to Mexico City, Mexico, to participate in a supplier summit for Coca Cola FEMSA S.A de C.V, the leading Coca Cola bottler. Though Coca Cola traditionally focuses on carbonated soft drinks, the summit, held earlier this month, centered on new technologies for value-added dairy items. Included in a joint session with sister company TetraPak, the DeLaval team discussed milk quality and dairy sustainability topics for producers as well as processors. The presentation illustrated the link between optimal hygiene, herd health and high quality milk production. It also alerted Coca Cola to the regulatory concerns of certain teat disinfection solutions. Specifically the team focused on Nonylphenol Ethoxylates (NPEs). NPE residue has been linked to environmental biodegradation issues and aquatic toxicity.
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