Are you interested in see how other dairy producers have outfitted their dairies with the latest innovations in milking—but you don’t want to leave your farm or office? Sign-up for one of our convenient and casual virtual dairy tours and we’ll bring the technology-in-action to you!
What you can expect
Our virtual tours will give you a first-hand look at some of the best dairy operations in the country. We’ll visit customers milking with our latest robotic technology, the DeLaval VMS™ V300 single box milkers and the DeLaval teat spray robot TSR, which sanitizes teats as cows enter or exit a rotary milking system.
We’ll also feature dairies milking with state-of-the-art conventional milking solutions, like our newest parallel parlor, DeLaval Parlor P500, and the robust DeLaval parallel rotary PR3100HD milking system.
Virtual tours include:
- Guided video tour of the dairy
- Perspective from the farm owners
- Insight on farm and herd performance
- 360-degree view of facilities with a barn architect
- Presentation on technology
- Plenty of time for Q&A
Tour options: 1-on-1 or “live” group tours
Our team will be periodically hosting “live” group tours this year, or you can request to meet with us 1-on-1 when it’s convenient for you. Just tell us which milking system(s) you’re interested in learning more about.
Sign up for a 1-on-1 Virtual Dairy Tour here.
Group Virtual Tour Schedule
Stay tuned for the next virtual farm tour.
More information to come.
Jones Dairy Farm in Stevinson, California
This family-run dairy is currently transitioning its 800-cow herd to robotic milking. Six DeLaval VMS robots are up and running with another eight coming this year, bringing the total to 14 VMS units.
Vierra Dairy Farm in Hilmar, California
Vierra Dairy Farms milks about 3,000 cows at their home site with and 80 bail PR3100HD rotary. They plan to expand to house a total of 5,000 cows. The farm also installed a DeLaval teat spray robot TSR and uses DeLaval sort gates in their facilities.
Fair Oaks Farms Robotic facility in Fair Oaks, Indiana
Fair Oak Farms milks 840 cows at their robotic milking facility with 12 DeLaval VMS V300 milking robots using a milk first guided flow system.
Minglewood Inc. in Deer Park, Wisconsin
Minglewood Inc milks 500 cows on eight DeLaval VMS milking robots and 700 cows in a DeLaval double 9 Champion parlor. They use a fully guided - milk first system in their robotic milking facility.
Sassy Cow Creamery in Columbus, WI
Sassy Cow Creamery milks 600 cows on 40 bail DeLaval PR3100HD rotary. Additionally, they use a DeLaval teat spray robot TSR to post dip their cows.
Rolleyview Farms in Cilliwack, British Columbia
Rolleyview Farms, owned by the Tap Family, milks 100 cows on two DeLaval VMS with Herd Navigator. Their barn is a six row perimeter feeding barn with free flow cow traffic and cross ventilated wtih ten fans. Additionally, they use one DeLaval calf feeder CF1000+ with two stations and have two DeLaval swinging cow brush SCBs.
TDI Farms in Westphalia, Michigan
TDI Farms milks 1500 cows on twenty-four DeLaval VMS robots. Additionally, there use DeLaval activity to monitor their cows and have twenty-four swinging cow brushes (SCB).
Morning Star Dairy in Onalaska, Wisconsin
Morning Star Dairy milke 450 cows, twice a day, in a DeLaval parlor milking system P500 (double-10). In addition to their parlor, they also use DeLaval activity tags to monitor their cows.
Request recording of past virtual tour
Learn more by viewing the full webinar event. Our experts walk you through the technology and performance of the farms. Hear perspective from interviews of the farm owners.