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Gearing up for new milk cooling regulations
15 Jan 2018 - New milk cooling regulations come into effect on June 1 2018, meaning all farmers must chill milk to 6°C within six hours of starting milking, or to 6°C within two hours of completion of milking.
Farmers look to automated Body Condition Scoring to manage looming feed deficits
3 December 2017 - Managing supplements is a priority for farmers around the country as they prepare cows for dry off over the traditional feed deficit period in January to March.
100 years since the launch of the modern milking machine
29 November 2017 - DeLaval today celebrated 100 years since the launch of the world’s first commercially successful milking machine by sharing the story of an unknown Kiwi inventor.
Farmers turn out for Robotic Milking System demo
24th November 2017 - A group of Waikato farmers headed to Cambridge yesterday to see firsthand how robotic milking systems are helping address current industry concerns around labour shortages and animal welfare.
Milking Robots produce Animal Welfare Improvements
15th October 2017 - Animal welfare improvements will help drive future uptake in milking robots in New Zealand, said DeLaval’s Voluntary Milking Systems expert Grant Vickers.
DeLaval reveals Rotary E100 milking system for NZ farmers
14 June 2017 - DeLaval revealed its new rotary milking system designed for New Zealand farmers on the opening day of Fieldays 2017.
Farmers need to move on chiller decisions
8 May 2017 - DeLaval New Zealand is urging farmers to prioritise milk chiller decisions as enforcement of new cooling regulations draws closer.
Largest robotic farm in the world
Fundo El Risquillo, a large farm in Chile with 6,500 dairy cows, has just signed an agreement to install 64 DeLaval VMS™ milking robots making it the world's largest robotic milking farm.