Nov 15, 2012
Hanover, Germany (13 November 2012) At EuroTier 2012, the world’s largest trade show dedicated to agriculture, DeLaval unveiled its teat spray robot TSR – an automatic post spray solution offering consistent application, optimal use of teat dip and less labour. The unique technology is designed to facilitate high capacity milking in rotary parlours while helping to maintain farm profitability.
Hanover, Germany (13 November 2012) DeLaval has over 125 years of experience developing teat dips, liners and other consumables proven to perform and fulfil the needs of dairy farmers. These products are often thought of as commodities, but DeLaval consumables are backed by extensive research and uniquely designed for optimal milking performance. At EuroTier 2012, a “laboratory” at the DeLaval booth demonstrates for visitors why its consumables are often copied, never matched.
DelPro Farm Manager is a revolutionary system combining information and technology from different areas of the dairy farm. It monitors, records and analyses data with a high level of consistency and reliability helping farmers make informed, profitable decisions about their dairy operation. The unique system also allows herd managers to customize their working protocols for easier decision making.
By 2050, the world population will rise to nearly 9 billion people, doubling the demand for food at a time when a changing environment is creating new limits to supply, resources and biodiversity. According to DeLaval, meeting this challenge requires looking at food production in a completely new way, demanding individuals and companies to add their efforts.
Oct 11, 2012
MADISON, Wis. — DeLaval pioneered and patented the Swinging Cow Brush, which has shown to boost cow comfort and milk production. Since its introduction to North America in 2004, the company has sold more than 5,000 brushes to producers throughout Canada, Mexico and the United States.
Sep 12, 2012
WOODSTOCK, Ontario — Herd Navigator is a powerful, on-farm milk analysis tool designed to help dairy producers improve animal welfare, increase milk production and ensure milk quality. This revolutionary solution is now available to Canadian farmers.
WOODSTOCK, Ontario — DeLaval and Hugh Hunter, owner of Maple-Ain Farms, have partnered to donate six fully refurbished DeLaval DelPro™ MU480 milking units to the University of Guelph Ridgetown Campus’ tie stall dairy teaching facility. The school is part of the Ontario Agricultural College, internationally renowned for its leadership in research, education and extension service.
Jun 01, 2012
SHAWANO, Wis. — Genex Cooperative, Inc. and DeLaval Inc. have signed a joint marketing agreement. Under the agreement, Genex representatives will assist in marketing DeLaval Activity Systems, which monitor cows’ activity helping dairy producers know when cows are ready to be inseminated.
May 09, 2012
The Tetra Laval annual report 2011/2012 is now published. View or download the report here.
Apr 19, 2012
DeLaval has received orders from the dairy programs at two higher education institutions for the supply of its innovative milking solutions. Canada’s University of Saskatchewan and New York’s Alfred State College have each opted for one DeLaval VMS™ (Voluntary Milking System) and numerous herd management solutions. The move further signifies university officials’ confidence in DeLaval – especially as technology plays a greater role in the development of the dairy industry.
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