Nov 26, 2014
Hanover, November 14, 2014. DeLaval Clover™ liner won the prestigious DLV innovation of the year award 2015 in the category milking technology. One of the main criteria for winning the award was the fact that it is a true example of form follows function. Its breakthrough design ensures the liner stays in the proper milking position and provides excellent massage, offering cows maximum comfort without compromising on milking performance. As a result teat health improves and mastitis cases are reduced.
Nov 11, 2014
The world’s largest robotic installation under one roof is now in operation on a South Canterbury dairy farm in New Zealand, with 24 DeLaval Voluntary Milking System (VMS) robots. The 1500-cow barn, owned by the van Leeuwen family, went from milking zero to 725 cows in just seven days. It is hoped the barn will be running at full capacity by Christmas.
Oct 27, 2014
Early Tuesday morning September 30, a number of cows were fatally injured in the feeding area of the Gala farm – an AMR pasture based commercial pilot farm. As a result, 26 cows have died.
Sep 18, 2014
Our latest Dairy Consumables Catalogue is available. This is a collection of our aftermarket products and solutions.
Mar 05, 2014
With a new marquee and fantastic product display, including a working Voluntary Milking System (VMS), DeLaval were well supported at the Warrnambool based Sungold Field day, during February.
Feb 17, 2014
Dairy SA Conference 2014 to be held in the Adelaide Hills, on Wednesday March 12th 2014.
Dec 06, 2013
As modern farms become increasingly advanced, remote support is rapidly gaining popularity according to latest data from DeLaval, leading supplier of solutions that improve milking performance on farms. Connected farms not only reduce the need for physical visits from service technicians, but also from vets, nutritionists, and even financial advisors.
Nov 13, 2013
Automated milking systems are quickly becoming the norm as dairy producers around the globe look for greater flexibility, reliable controls and better milking performance to make their operations more sustainable. DeLaval recently sold its 10,000th Voluntary Milking System VMS™ to Glenirvine Farms in Fergus, Ontario.
May 21, 2013
The successful launch of the DeLaval "Blue Barn" concept has paved the way for two complete barn projects in Australia and New Zealand.
JTP Farms in Wisconsin, USA, recently achieved unprecedented milk production with DeLaval voluntary milking systems, VMS™. In a seven-day period the dairy harvested an average of 2,933 kg of milk per voluntary milking system from their 247-cow herd. These results are the best yet for any VMS customer in the world – and possibly any producer milking robotically.
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