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Category: News

November 2010

Boost dairy production and cut energy costs with DeLaval Optifeeding™

Hannover, Germany. Dairy farmers can increase production efficiency and on-farm sustainability by cutting the amount of inputs and outputs. “Our Optifeeding™ system can ensure the right balance for each cow, or group of cows, according to their stage in the lactation cycle. Guaranteeing the right nutrition results in lower feeding related costs and less environmental impact,” Fernando Mazeris, DeLaval Feeding and Herd Management Director said at the EuroTier 2010 exhibition in Hannover.

Boost dairy production and cut energy costs with DeLaval Optifeeding™

Hannover, Germany (November 18th 2010). Dairy farmers can increase production efficiency and on-farm sustainability by cutting the amount of inputs and outputs. “Our Optifeeding™ system can ensure the right balance for each cow, or group of cows, according to their stage in the lactation cycle. Guaranteeing the right nutrition results in lower feeding related costs and less environmental impact,” Fernando Mazeris, DeLaval Feeding and Herd Management Director said at the EuroTier 2010 exhibition in Hannover.

Cut costs, improve animal welfare and reduce environmental impact with Herd Navigator™

A new study shows that boosting production efficiency is key to reducing the dairy industry’s role in climate change.

Hannover, Germany (November 17th 2010). Higher fertility and reduced health problems in dairy herds can cut greenhouse gas emissions per litre of milk produced and help dairy farmers run more sustainable and profitable operations, a new study published in the Journal of Dairy Science concludes. “Increasing productivity per cow by improving pregnancy rates and reducing milk loss related to illness is exactly what the Herd Navigator™ management system is already doing for dairy farmers today. We are very happy to be able to link the conclusions of this new study to the results that farmers already using Herd Navigator™ are seeing,” DeLaval Fernando Mazeris, Feeding and Herd Management Director, told a veterinarians meeting during the EuroTier animal husbandry exhibition in Hannover, Germany.

Cut costs, improve animal welfare and reduce environmental impact with Herd Navigator™

Hannover, Germany (November 17th 2010). Higher fertility and reduced health problems in dairy herds can cut greenhouse gas emissions per litre of milk produced and help dairy farmers run more sustainable and profitable operations, a new study published in the Journal of Dairy Science concludes. “Increasing productivity per cow by improving pregnancy rates and reducing milk loss related to illness is exactly what the Herd Navigator™ management system is already doing for dairy farmers today. We are very happy to be able to link the conclusions of this new study to the results that farmers already using Herd Navigator™ are seeing,” DeLaval Fernando Mazeris, Feeding and Herd Management Director, told a veterinarians meeting during the EuroTier animal husbandry exhibition in Hannover, Germany.

DeLaval AMR™-details on the world’s first automatic milking rotary unveiled

Tumba, Sweden (November 12th 2010). The DeLaval AMR™ will suit herds exceeding 300 cows, the first commercial rotaries will have a 90 cow/hour capacity, and up to five robots will simultaneously operate the system, DeLaval announced today. “Dairy farmers have been asking for an automatic milking rotary for a long time. We developed the DeLaval AMR™ with three key customer benefits in mind; profitability, farm management and flexibility,” DeLaval Vice President Capital Goods, Andrew Turner said.