Feb 01, 2016
BANNOCKBURN, IL (February 1, 2016) – DeLaval recently announced the agenda for the VMS PRO (Professional Robotic Operators) series. Scheduled to take place at the Mandalay Bay Resort in Las Vegas, NV February 29 – March 2, 2016, the event includes more than 100 registered users, from ten nationalities and four continents. VMS PRO is a popular event for current and future robotic dairy operators and will feature world-renowned industry experts that will share their latest research in the areas of robotic milking, feeding concepts and technological innovations. Topics include exploring precision dairy tools, the role of robotic housing systems on animal health, successful group calf feeding and optimizing cow traffic.
Jan 18, 2016
Peterborough, Canada 15 January 2016. Lameness is painful for cows and can be expensive for dairy farmers as lameness reduces mobility, diminishes appetite and drops milk production. When combined with veterinary treatment costs, longer breeding intervals and involuntary culling, lameness is the 2nd highest medical related cost on dairy farms. Bacterial hoof infections are passed effortlessly from cow to cow. Limiting their spread through collective or individual treatment is key to maintaining good hoof health.
Oct 19, 2015
BANNOCKBURN, IL (October 19, 2015) – Earlier this month Fernando Cuccioli, formerly Vice President for the Milk Quality and Animal Health (MQAH) product portfolio in North and Latin America, assumed the role of President for DeLaval North America. On October 1, Cuccioli took over the position that was previously held by Christian Poggensee since 2011.
Aug 31, 2015
PETERBOROUGH, ON (August 31, 2015) DeLaval Inc. introduced today the Cell Counter ICC™, an opticalsomatic cell counting device designed to help save time and testing costs. Used in conjunction with aniPod touch® (sold separately), the device provides results in less than a minute. DeLaval Cell CounterICC will be on display in the Dairy Innovation Center at Canada’s Outdoor Farm Show September 15 – 17in Woodstock, ON and booth 3011 – 3315 at World Dairy Expo, September 29 – October 3rd in Madison, WI.
Aug 13, 2015
HUNTER RIVER, PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND (August 13, 2015) Feeding is often the biggest expense on any dairy farm. The labour costs related to and the feed itself amount to up to 70% of any farms’ production costs. Making feeding methods more efficient does not just save costs, it increases milk yields. DeLaval is constantly updating its solutions to fit those requirements and the inclusion of Optimat™ to its feeding solutions is good example of DeLaval’s integration of farmers, technology and cows.
BANNOCKBURN, IL (August 13, 2015) Today DeLaval Inc. launched feed pusher FPM300, an automated system designed to simplify the task of pushing feed. The system’s straightforward design is engineered to help reduce on-farm manual labor while helping to ensure rations are always fresh, frequent, abundant and accessible. Its unique construction includes a plow with an angled blade that travels the length of the feed table, providing a simple solution with low maintenance costs. DeLaval feed pusher FPM300 will be on display in the Dairy Innovation Center at Canada’s Outdoor Farm Show September 15 – 17 in Woodstock, ON and booth 3011 – 3315 at World Dairy Expo, September 29 – October 3rd in Madison, WI.
HUNTER RIVER, PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND (August 13, 2015) DeLaval launches the world’s first automated body condition scoring system. The technology is based on a 3D camera fixed on a gate. Once a cow passes under the camera, the system recognises the movement and selects the best still image of the cow in the video sequence. The image is converted into an accurate body condition score.
Jun 10, 2015
PETERBOROUGH, ONTARIO (June 10, 2015) — DeLaval Canada is playing a keyrole in supplying all milking equipment to the University of Guelph’sLivestock Research and Innovation Centre - Elora Dairy Facility.
Jun 08, 2015
DeLaval launches new corporate website www.delavalcorporate.com to strengthen the DeLaval brand globally and to facilitate the sharing of information in the field of dairy farming.
Mar 31, 2015
Stockholm, Sweden (March 31, 2015) If a car was to be as productive as a DeLaval VMS™, it would need to drive around the world 205 times. Compared with a tractor, you would need to buy between four and six of them just to keep up with the productivity of a DeLaval VMS™. Is this the world’s hardest working robot?
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