Emerging Stronger TogetherMaintaining a 135-year legacy of innovations for dairy farmers doesn’t come without its challenges – including pandemics and crises. Throughout two world wars and several pandemics and outbreaks, DeLaval has adapted to continue providing world-class solutions to dairy farmers around the globe.
Shaping a new growth model for future generationsAs the dairy industry faces unique challenges, an 80/20 approach could be the key to a sustainable and profitable future.
With DeLaval, It All Revolves Around YouAs the year begins, it is time to think about driving our businesses in the most sustainable and profitable ways.
It Doesn’t Need to Be New, It Needs to Be GoodThe smell, the feeling, the NEW is always something we love to have or do, however it is not always possible or convenient.
Challenging the Status Quo of Robotic MilkingThe evolution of robotic milking continues. And today, it’s changing in a big way. It all revolves around you.
Making the most of your investment in roboticsOne of the first DeLaval milking robots installed in North America is still running, more than 16 years later. It has delivered more than 15 million kilograms of milk, running on average 20 to 22 hours each day. It’s still running smoothly and is on track to reach its one millionth milking this summer.
Agritourism Embraces Robotic Technology in the United StatesRobotic milking has been important to North American dairy farms for many years, bringing benefits such as greater yields, better cow health and decreased labor costs. In recent years, the agritourism industry has begun to embrace the trend, using the benefits of robotics as a platform to engage with consumers.
The journey from conventional to robotic milking and feeding - Part 1Transitioning from conventional to robotic milking is a critical process that can be successfully executed as long as you plan your work and work your plan. It requires consistent work and methodic execution.
The journey from conventional to robotic milking and feeding - Part 2Once the robots are fired up and the real journey has begun, it is time to focus on the right areas by planning for a bright future. Keep in mind that with a good plan in place, the sky can be the limit.
Robots a Reality for Large Herds - Part 1This is part 1 of a 2 part series. As technology improves, larger dairies are beginning to transition to robotic milking. An upcoming installation in Ancali, Chile will contain 64 Voluntary Milking Systems (VMS)™. These facilities are beginning to see the benefit of the parlour going to the cow, instead of cow going to the parlour.