Technology is no longer the future of dairy; it is an integral part of a modern dairy. Rotating cow brushes increase comfort levels, automatic feed pushers provide constant feed and mobile barn cleaners offer a solution for cow housing hygiene. Advancements in barn technologies, such as these, make it easier for both producers and cows to do their job, and do it well. Having just one piece of the puzzle is extremely effective however; utilizing several components at once certainly affects the outcome. So, how does your Juno, Vector or Discovery affect milk quality and overall cow health when used with your milking robot? There is a circle of efficiency involved.
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.
Topics: Agriculture, Animal Care, Dairy, Dairy Farm, Dairy Industry, Dairy News, Farm Life, Lely A4, Lely Discovery, Lely Juno, Live Life Lely, Robotic Milking, robotic milking, Sustainability, sustainability, Technology
On this Wordless Wednesday we share a collection of photos from Leedle Farms located in Lake Geneva, WI. They sure have one cute little farmhand! Visit their Facebook page to see more photos of the family Living Life Lely!