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Having problems getting an accurate body condition score of your herd? Then DeLaval's latest innovation will be come in handy.
Introductions of new technology in agriculture seem to be happening on a daily basis, and innovation in the dairy technology sector will reduce labour for the boring stuff and allow more time for better animal husbandry.
DeLaval says it has updated its line of submersible pumps, making them more robust and long-lasting.
A small dairy farm at Cambridge has installed the country’s first parallel milking parlour from DeLaval.
Milk analysis, ‘gentle’ teat liners and a lower-temperature CIP detergent are among the things to see on the DeLaval site.
Robotic milking is coming of age in New Zealand and interest has surged in the last six months, DeLaval’s Grant Vickers says.
Good animal care is behind the world’s most productive cow, DeLaval quotes the cow’s owner as saying.
Milking equipment maker DeLaval says its Clover liner, launched in 2013, is has been well received by farmers.