Jul 05, 2011
Hannover, Germany (November 16th 2010). Smarter technologies, added system integration possibilities and further upgradability options are just some of the new benefits the VMS 2011 will offer dairy farmers, DeLaval announced today at the EuroTier showground in Hannover.
The company’s popular self-grooming swinging cow brush ranks best in German test. New environmental hoof care programme introduced Hannover, Germany (November 16th 2010). Today DeLaval presented the latest version of their swinging cow brush SCB at the EuroTier showground in Hannover, Germany. The upgraded release improves grooming angles with two separated pivot points, includes a unique safety mechanism for better cow and user safety and reduces energy consumption by 26%.
The DeLaval herd management system collects yet another award since its launch in 2008. Herd Navigator was awarded the Golden Hoof (Gouden Hoef/Sabot d`Or) at Agribex, the biannual Brussels International Agricultural Fair (December 1-6).
In times of decreasing milk prices for dairy farmers worldwide, cost control becomes more important than ever. For DeLaval, cost control means finding ways of using resources more efficiently, the company said at the World Dairy Summit in Berlin (September 21-24).
Sick animals can be very expensive. To offset economic losses dairy farmers need to reduce the spread of animal diseases on-farm and secure overall animal health and welfare. DeLaval steps up its investment in Biosecurity development and Animal Health related products to support milk producers in managing these challenges.
The DeLaval Voluntary Milking System (VMS) ranks among the top Automatic Milking Systems (AMS) in the world for energy efficiency best practices, according to a recently released study from the Dansk Landbrugsrådgiving (Danish Agricultural Advisory Service).
The DeLaval robotic milker, the Voluntary Milking System (VMS), won the Swedish Coolest Robot Competition organized by Ny Teknik, Sweden’s leading technology and IT publication.
Stockholm, Sweden (Feb. 09, 2010). User friendliness and robustness have been the key focus for DeLaval’s latest release of its voluntary milking system, the VMS 2010.
This week DeLaval will produce its 2500th unit of the new Feed Stations FSC40/400 – a solution created to help milk producers maintain greater control over production while reducing input costs.
Tulare, California, US (Feb. 09, 2010). Dairy farmers can now take the next step to harness automation and information technology to create an on-farm integrated productivity and profit-driving system that embraces more than milking, DeLaval said at the World Agricultural Expo in Tulare, California (Feb 9-11).
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