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DeLaval has come away with the runner up prize in this year’s Fieldays Online innovation competition with a new milking cluster that eliminates the need for conventional liner changes.
Farmers and DeLaval staff around the globe now have access to an e-learning solution developed by a Hamilton company.
Delaval says its latest addition to the VMS product line, the new V310 detects heat and pregnancy automatically during the milking process.
A robotic feed pusher designed to refresh and remix feed is running on a South Island dairy farm which reports a resulting increase in production and significant labour savings.
A robotic feed pusher installed on a South Island dairy farm is reportedly increasing production and offering significant labour savings.
Tail pant has been shelved by a King Country farm — the first in New Zealand to try DeLaval’s automated cow heat detection.
Nestled in the hills on the edge of the Canterbury Plains is a small and surprisingly high tech buffalo farm.
A small organic farm in South Auckland has become the first NZ recipient of DeLaval’s new robotic milking system, the VMSTM V300.
Dairy technology company DeLaval has launched a colour coding system to help prevent chemical accidents on farms.