Jun 02, 2014
Stockholm, 02 June, 2014. Dairy farmers need to replace cows in the herd frequently because of health and infertility issues; yet this expensive practice could also be avoided in some cases through a range of simple, effective measures .
Jun 01, 2014
June 1st will see celebrations of milk held around the world, an annual event organized by the UN Food and Agriculture Organization. Milk is not just an important source of global nutrition: it’s the backbone of an important global industry to which DeLaval’s support is dedicated.
May 26, 2014
A new collaboration between the Aeres Group and DeLaval Benelux aims to provide hands-on training for DeLaval staff and students.
May 16, 2014
A landmark deal in robotic milking systems has been confirmed in Portugal.
Jun 01, 2005
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.
Apr 05, 2004
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.
Feb 12, 2004
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.
Dec 18, 2008
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.
Oct 11, 2012
Stockholm, Sweden (October 9, 2012). DeLaval announced today that it has won “The Swedish Lean prize 2012”, awarded by Lean Forum for Best Practice within Lean production.
Oct 30, 2012
Stockholm, Sweden (October, 30, 2012) DeLaval continues to advance automation in milking with its new DeLaval teat spray robot TSR – an automatic post-spray solution offering consistent application, optimal use of teat dip and less labour. Agromek in Denmark recently awarded TSR three stars in the European News category. The new solution will make its world debut at EuroTier 2012 in Hanover, Germany.
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