The days of cafes getting milk in plastic bottles may be numbered if two young Dunedin entrepreneurs have their way.
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.
Milking technology company DeLaval says demand for the new DeLaval VMS milking system V300 is exceeding expectations.
Global milk harvesting specialist DeLaval, well known for robotic milking, says it has raised the bar with its recently launched voluntary milking system (VMS) — the VMS300.
DeLaval has this morning launched its new VMS™ milking system V300 across all key global markets including New Zealand and Australia.
While robotic (voluntary) milking systems appear to be gaining in popularity, the Fisher Farm, between Cambridge and Te Awamutu, has a head start on today’s converts.
Rotary milking machines are becoming more popular worldwide, says DeLaval executive vice-president milking systems Jonas Hallman.