Nov 13, 2012
Hanover, Germany (13 November 2012) By 2050, the world population will rise to nearly 9 billion people, doubling the demand for food at a time when a changing environment is creating new limits to supply, resources and biodiversity. According to DeLaval, meeting this challenge requires looking at food production in a completely new way, demanding individuals and companies to add their efforts.
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.
Hanover, Germany (13 November 2012) DeLaval announced today at EuroTier, an agri-business tradeshow, the start-up plans for its first commercial installation of an automatic milking rotary AMR in Europe. The system will start milking at Laproma Farm in Schlossvippach, Germany during the first quarter of 2013. Since its unveiling in 2010, AMR has completed more than 1 million milkings around the globe.
DelPro™ Farm Manager is a revolutionary system combining information and technology from different areas of the dairy farm. It monitors, records and analyses data with a high level of consistency and reliability helping farmers make informed, profitable decisions about their dairy operation. The unique system also allows herd managers to customize their working protocols for easier decision making.
Hanover, Germany (13 November 2012) DeLaval has over 125 years of experience developing teat dips, liners and other consumables proven to perform and fulfil the needs of dairy farmers. These products are often thought of as commodities, but DeLaval consumables are backed by extensive research and uniquely designed for optimal milking performance. At EuroTier 2012 , a “laboratory” at the DeLaval booth demonstrates for visitors why its consumables are often copied, never matched.
Sep 18, 2013
An architectural rendering of Canada’s new $25-million Dairy Research Innovation Centre at the Elora Research Station in southern Ontario.
Sep 10, 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.
Nov 28, 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.
Jan 28, 2004
International Dairy Industry Forum, Moscow, February 3-7 2004 Modernising milk production in Russia is the goal of the international dairy industry forum being held in Moscow from February 3 to 7. More than 300 participants from all sectors of the dairy industry are expected to attend the conference.
Dec 04, 2013
Dairy manufacturers in the US must be prepared to shift their focus from quality to safety to meet the requirements of the looming Food Safety Modernisation Act.
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