Press releases and news

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Category: News

January 2011

DeLaval to showcase the Dairy Barn at Berlin’s International Green Week

The company has been chosen to represent the 2011 Dairy Barn. The DeLaval Sustainable Barn will be part of the Farm Experience Hall and will feature a live robotic milking demonstration and present sustainable options for the production of quality dairy products that help reduce the environmental footprint of farms.

December 2010

DeLaval 16-VMS farm ranks among top in Russian region

Kazan, Russia. The largest voluntary milking system VMS dairy in Eurasia, the Rakhimovo Farm located in the Russian Federation’s Republic of Tatarstan, ranks among the top dairies for milk quality and animal welfare in the area, according to reports published by a Danone company, Unimilk Volga[1]. “Rakhimovo’s excellent results prove that the milking solutions we deliver support smart and successful dairy operations within all dairy segments, regardless of herd size,” DeLaval VMS Director Jonas Hällman told reporters visiting the Rakhimovo Farm.

November 2010

DeLaval AMR™, innovation of the year 2011

Hannover, Germany . The industry first automatic milking rotary, the DeLaval AMR™, wins again. The revolutionary automatic milking system for large herds collects yet another award at the 2010 EuroTier animal husbandry fair in Hannover, Germany.

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.