Jul 05, 2011
International Dairy Industry Forum, Moscow, February 3-7 2004 Modernising milk production in Russia is the goal of the international dairy industry forum being held in Moscow from February 3 to 7. More than 300 participants from all sectors of the dairy industry are expected to attend the conference.
Kazan, Russia (December 10th 2010). The largest voluntary milking system VMS dairy in Eurasia, the Rakhimovo Farm located in the Russian Federation’s Republic of Tatarstan, ranks among the top dairies for milk quality and animal welfare in the area, according to reports published by a Danone company, Unimilk Volga . “Rakhimovo’s excellent results prove that the milking solutions we deliver support smart and successful dairy operations within all dairy segments, regardless of herd size,” DeLaval VMS Director Jonas Hällman told reporters visiting the Rakhimovo Farm.
Golden Hoof for the DeLaval cell counter DCC The Sabot d`Or, the Golden Hoof, has been awarded to the DeLaval cell counter DCC at the Agribex exhibition in Belgium (9-15 February).
VMS – fulfilling modern farmers` demands DeLaval is the undisputable world leader in solutions for dairy farming. As of March 2004 DeLaval has delivered 700 VMS systems.
Moscow Dairy Industry Forum success DeLaval`s Hamra 3D videos were a highlight of the international dairy industry forum held in Moscow from February 3 to 7.
A new study by Cornell University shows that dairy cows using the DeLaval Swinging Cow Brush (SCB) register higher milk production and lower clinical mastitis cases.
DeLaval announced today that it has hit the 30 000 sales mark for its swinging cow brush, a self-grooming device that keeps cows happier, healthier and more productive. “The swinging cow brush is very popular among dairy farmers thanks to its many customer benefits. Definitely a DeLaval success story,” DeLaval Vice President Business Area Aftermarket & Services Tim Nicolaï said.
The DeLaval factory in Drongen has been awarded the sixth Environmental Charter Award for its high efficiency and “green” performance.
DeLaval will unveil the industry first automatic milking rotary; the DeLaval AMR™, demonstrate feeding robots and launch a number of world premiers during the four day EuroTier event in Hannover (November 16-19).
DeLaval makes history today by announcing the introduction of the world’s first ever automatic milking rotary, or DeLaval AMR™ as this new system will be known in the industry. “In December 2008 we said that we were developing an automated milking system for large herds and now we are ready to show it to the world,” DeLaval President and CEO Joakim Rosengren said.
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