DeLaval VMS is much more than just a milking robot. No other robot on the market can harvest as much milk per days as the DeLaval VMS. The DeLaval VMS monitors and analysis’s cow health and performance while working as efficiently and safely as possible. Low energy costs, robust design, In-Service All Inclusive package and high performance milking, make the DeLaval VMS the ideal partner for you and your milking system.
- Optimal performance
- Effective herd management
- Cows' welfare in focus
The highest system capacity on the market delivers more milk per robot and per man-hour, and increases cow laying-down time.
Effective herd management
Control operations from wherever you are, and make the right decisions with readily available farm data.
Cows' welfare in focus
DeLaval VMS™ puts the cow at the forefront of operations, safeguarding herd health and improving lifetime milk production.
DeLaval VMS™ is much more than a milking robot. No other robot can harvest as much milk per day as the VMS and monitor and analyse cows and milk as effectively. Low energy costs, robust design, a full service and support programme and high performance milking, make it the ideal low cost of ownership robot.
DeLaval VMS™ Spectra
DeLaval VMS™ Spectra offers a unique capability: DeLaval BCS camera measures each cows’ body condition score as they exit the milking robot. This data can be used in DeLaval DelPro™ to adjust individual feeding so as not to over or underfeed a cow and thus ensure it has the ideal condition throughout the lactation cycle.
DeLaval VMS™ Supra
With DeLaval VMS™ Supra you get all the benefits of the standard DeLaval VMS™, plus the only accurate Somatic Cell Counter on the market. It offers a number of benefits including helping to reduce antibiotic use and culling costs as well as helping control the spread of mastitis.
DeLaval VMS™ Supra+
DeLaval VMS™ Supra+ comes with all the standard features of the VMS but also includes the most advanced heat and health detection system on the market: DeLaval Herd Navigator™. It informs you if a cow is in danger of contracting acute mastitis or subclinical ketosis before you can notice it on a cow and pinpoints any cows in heat, including silent heats.