Jul 05, 2011
DeLaval today announced that their innovative herd management solution, the Herd Navigator system will go on sale together with the DeLaval voluntary milking system (VMS)– a unique and integrated Smart Farming release for the dairy industry that will give milk producers a whole new level of control over their operations. Herd Navigator is a revolutionary new concept developed and launched in a close and unique enterprise between the partners Dansk Kvaeg, DeLaval, and FOSS.
Stockholm, Sweden (May 5th 2010). DeLaval announced today that it will be back at EuroTier this fall, the world’s largest trade show dedicated to agriculture. “ We are delighted to showcase our latest technology that supports the needs of dairy farmers to increase their on-farm profitability ,” said DeLaval Vice President Marketing and Communications Benoit Passard. EuroTier 2010 will take place on November 16-19 in the German city of Hanover .
Professional service should be considered a top priority for influencing profits on dairy farms, according to dairy supplier DeLaval. “Milk quality and quantity starts with optimal performance of all the milking equipment.
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.
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).
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.
A smart feeding solution designed to help dairy farmers save up to 3 hours of labour a day, improve performance and significantly cut feeding and capital costs, is up and running in Sweden. This is the first complete DeLaval Optifeeding system, installed on a farm near the southern Swedish town of Månstad. “ Optifeeding is exactly what I was looking for: it had to be automatic, suitable for a large farm and reliable. I was glad to find it ,” dairy farmer Patrik Johansson said.
The latest release of the DeLaval voluntary milking system, the VMS 2010, was awarded “Agricultural Machine of the Year 2010” at the Polish agricultural trade fair Agrotech (March 12-14 2010).
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