Jul 05, 2011
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.
May 09, 2012
The Tetra Laval annual report 2011/2012 is now published. View or download the report here.
The DeLaval factory in Drongen has been awarded the sixth Environmental Charter Award for its high efficiency and “green” performance.
May 31, 2012
The world’s first commercial installation of AMR™ is now a reality at Gala Farm. The dairy farm is operated by the Dornauf family in northern Tasmania.
Stockholm / July 9, 2009. Belshina-Agro, a filial of OAO Belshina, has chosen DeLaval International as supplier of modern dairying solutions, including 12 Voluntary Milking Systems (VMS), to a 1000-head farm in the Belarusian Mogilev region. VMS is the DeLaval robotic milker, the latest dairy technology designed to meet the extreme requirements of automatic non-stop milking.
DeLaval celebrates the World Milk Day – June 1 On June 1 DeLaval celebrated the World Milk Day. The day was founded by FAO (the Food and Agricultural Organisation of the UN) in 2001 and it offers an opportunity to celebrate all aspects of milk. This year more than 35 countries take part and have arranged various activities to honour milk in all its forms and shapes. The day also provides a possibility to focus attention on milk and the milk industry as a whole.
This week DeLaval produced its 5000th Voluntary Milking System (VMS) -the fully automated milking robot that provides dairy farmers around the world with a new balance between a more profitable business and enhanced lifestyle. The 5000th milestone reflects the interest and demand for automation in the dairy industry.
Russia’s First Deputy Prime Minister Viktor Zubkov visited Hamra Farm in Sweden on Friday to explore DeLaval technology and dairy farming solutions.
Those three areas are: automated milking systems for big farms based on the existing VMS solution; total herd management control and monitoring of cow and herd levels based on biomodels; and smart automated feeding systems adjusting feed rations to maximise profit per cow and reduce feed cost.
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.
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