Pascale Dumais handles Lely robot sales and startup assistance for Dynaco Cooperative Group located in La Pocatiere, Quebec. She has worked with Lely since 2009 and is now an FMS (farm managment support) Advisor and Lely Sales rep in her area. We asked Pascale a few questions about her experience and role as an advisor:
Recently the online community, The Bullvine, reviewed the value of crunching cow numbers in an article titled, The Future of Dairy Cattle Breeding Is In the Data.
On this Wordless Wednesday we share a photo of the Lely team at the 2014 Quebec City Farm Show. We hope to see you at one of the upcoming trade shows this season!
Today in the news The Country Today, featured Wisconsin dairy farmers (and brothers) Mark and Bruce Wichmann. According to the article, the family works about 650 acres of land south of Black Creek, WI, in Outagamie County.
Queen Máxima has officially opened the Lely Greenest Innovation Campus in Maasluis (Netherlands) on the occasion of its opening ceremony. With this campus Lely - as the worldwide market leader in dairy farm automation - paves the way towards sustainable and innovative business in the agricultural sector, making real innovation contribute to an enjoyable future for both people and animals.
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On this Wordless Wednesday we share a photo from Triangle Farms. Martin DeGroot watches as the third cow is milked in the robot. This is Living Life Lely!
The fascinating world of Lely robotics continues to grab attention in a recent article by Utah based publication, The Herald Journal. The author, Clark Israelsen, is a Cache County Extension agent specializing in agriculture.
Come learn more about how robotic milking and Lely innovation can improve your dairy operation. Ohio based Lely dealer, W.G. Dairy Supply, Inc., will host two meetings/farm tours at the end of January. The public is welcome to attend on either date available: Jan. 23, or Jan. 30. The itinerary will remain the same for both events.