In line with our dedication to milk quality, sustainability and cow welfare, it goes without saying that a continuous reassessment of our products and solutions is an important part of our work at DeLaval, requiring innovation and progressive thinking.
Here are some of our latest innovations. We will be showcasing all of them at EuroTier in Hannover, Germany during November 2014.
Launched at EuroTier 2014, DeLaval body condition scoring BCS automatically and accurately calculates the body condition score of your cows on a daily basis, while they are on the move.
DeLaval cluster support arm CSA20 - Practical and clever for high quality milking performance. The new cluster support arm CSA20 from DeLaval combines a slim functional design, improves milkers ergonomics and milking performance into one solution.
The first and only barn illumination lead by the needs of cows rather than the requirements of people.
Featuring a breakthrough design, the DeLaval Clover™ liner’s thin, concave side walls and smooth, rounded corners deliver a firm, yet gentle grip of the teat throughout the milking cycle.
The new integrated MidiLine™ swing arm MSA30 incorporates a ACR cylinder, milk and air tubing, comfort start and indicator lamp into a single aluminium design
DeLaval InService™ Remote - The system monitors equipment remotely ensuring optimal performance and productivity – 24 hours, seven days a week, 365 days a year.
The DeLaval cell counter ICC is a quick and easy tool to measure somatic cell count in milk. The device, or the ICC, is used together with an iPhone or iPod Touch and the “DeLaval ICC” App.
DeLaval introduced the world’s first automatic milking rotary, AMR™, at EuroTier 2010 attracting dairy producers looking for ways to achieve greater efficiency, productivity and profitability. According to Robert Jensen, Business Development Manager at DeLaval International, DeLaval teat spray robot TSR™ is a natural spin-off solution from AMR.
Good news for dairy farmers with larger herds. DeLaval AMR™ reduces the labour needed for milking and lets workers focus on more stimulating tasks instead. In many ways, it fulfils the wishes of those working in the dairy industry.
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