Register for a Virtual Tour of Comestar HolsteinBANNOCKBURN, IL and MADISON, WI (March 11, 2020) – Dairy cattle enthusiasts and fans of robotic milking are in for a treat as one of the world’s most acclaimed families in dairy opens the doors of its new freestall barn equipped with the latest milking technology.
New DeLaval CEO appointedStockholm, Sweden, 16 February 2021 ─ The Tetra Laval Group Board has appointed Mr. Paul Löfgren, President & CEO of DeLaval, effective 1 April 2021. The appointment follows the decision by Mr. Joakim Rosengren to step down from his position after 18 years as President & CEO and 35 years with the Tetra Laval Group.
DeLaval Invites Dairy Producers and Industry to the Farm, VirtuallyBANNOCKBURN, IL (September 9, 2020) – The coronavirus pandemic has shifted the focus of many dairy producers to safeguarding the health of their families and employees and maintaining the biosecurity of their operation. While the restriction of outside visitors has temporarily closed the door on traditional dairy tours, it has opened another avenue for information sharing and engagement.
Tetra Laval Group donates $165,000 to United Way Centraide towards COVID-19 relief efforts in CanadaPETERBOROUGH, ON (May 19, 2020) - The global COVID-19 outbreak has brought about never-before challenges in our daily lives, and we remain deeply concerned for all those affected by the pandemic.
Tetra Laval Group is donating € 10 million towards COVID-19 relief effortPULLY, SWITZERLAND (April 2, 2020) - The COVID-19 pandemic has made an unprecedented impact on communities worldwide. Our thoughts and concern are with all those whose lives have been affected.
All-new Evanza Milking Cluster Improves Milking Time, Udder HealthQUEBEC CITY, QC (January 30, 2020) – The future of milking is here with the introduction of the new Evanza™ milking cluster. Evanza is the most advanced cluster from DeLaval: it’s not only faster, but also better for your cows and your bottom line. See it for the first time in North America at Salon Industrie et Machinerie Agricole de Québec (SIMAQ), Thursday, January 30-Saturday, February 1, 2020 in booth 151.
New DeLaval Video Series Focuses on the Fundamentals of Cow LongevityIn recent years, dairy researchers have argued the social and economic benefits of a longer, healthier life for cows. Dairy producers, as well as consumers, are increasingly interested in understanding exactly how improvements to cow environments, health and decision-making tools can positively influence the lifetime productivity of cows.
DeLaval announces a new addition to its robotic milking system offering – DeLaval VMS™ V310PETERBOROUGH, ONTARIO (25 November 2019) – DeLaval introduces its latest addition to the VMS™ product line, the new DeLaval VMS™ milking system V310. The VMS™ V310 comes with the new DeLaval RePro™ that detects heat and pregnancy automatically during the milking process. With this new feature, the VMS™ V310 is extending its productivity advantage to the next generation of cows and dairy farmers.
Comestar Holstein Invests in Robotic MilkingMADISON, WI (October 2, 2019) – A pillar of the Canadian Holstein industry, Comestar Holstein is preparing for a new phase in its storied history, one which will see them move to voluntary milking powered by DeLaval.
Clemson University’s Lamaster Dairy Employs Latest Robotic TechnologyMADISON, WI (October 2, 2019) – The Lamaster Dairy Unit at Clemson University is the first U.S. educational institution to implement our latest milking technology: the DeLaval VMS™ milking system V300 robot. Since its adoption by a Canadian university earlier this year, the VMS V300 has set the new standard for production, research, and education in herd management.