Nov 28, 2013
As modern farms become increasingly advanced, remote support is rapidly gaining popularity according to DeLaval, leading supplier of solutions that improve milking performance on farms. With DeLaval Remote Farm Connection, RFC, dairies can reduce on-farm visits from their advisory team and improve the rate at which they receive fast, actionable advice.
Oct 01, 2013
MADISON, Wis. (Oct. 1, 2013) — Featuring a breakthrough design, the DeLaval Clover™ liner’s thin, concave side walls and smooth, rounded corners deliver a firm, yet gentle grip of the teat throughout the milking cycle. This design helps ensures the liner stays in the proper milking position and provides excellent massage, offering the cows maximum comfort while being milked. Additionally, it provides a low and stable mouthpiece vacuum – without the possible hygiene issues and susceptibility to plugging of a vented mouthpiece liner.
MADISON, Wis. (Oct. 1, 2013) — DeLaval continues to make strides in innovative udder health technology with the launch of two new teat dips at this year’s World Dairy Expo. Both solutions offer dairy producers unique benefits in sustainability. LactiFence™ is an all-natural, lactic acid-based germicide which is naturally found in milk helping producers earn a premium for their product without leaving residues in the bulk tank. As an iodine concentrate, Multi Dose MD™ can be dispensed into four different formulations resulting in a reduction of on-farm chemical storage, fewer deliveries and less waste.
MADISON, Wis. (Oct. 1, 2013) — For the second year in a row, DeLaval will support the U.S. Dairy Sustainability Awards as a gold level sponsor. The awards are organized by the Sustainability Council at the Innovation Center for U.S. Dairy, which was established under the leadership of dairy farmers. DeLaval has been a member of the Council since 2010. The awards mirror the vision of DeLaval: to make sustainable food production possible.
Sep 19, 2013
VERNON HILLS, Ill. (Sept. 19, 2013) — Automated milking systems are quickly becoming the norm as dairy producers around the globe look for greater flexibility, reliable controls and better milking performance to make their operations more sustainable. DeLaval recently sold its 10,000 th Voluntary Milking System VMS™ to Glenirvine Farms in Fergus, Ontario.
Aug 20, 2013
STOCKHOLM, Sweden. (Aug. 20, 2013) — For the first time ever, twelve of the leading dairy farming scientists and experts meet to discuss and elaborate on issues regarding cow comfort and best practices to increase lifetime productivity. In a conference hosted by DeLaval, at Hamra Farm outside Stockholm, Sweden, Aug. 28-29, this team of excellent minds aims to bring awareness to a subject that keeps dairy farmers’ minds busy: How can I make my cows live longer, keep the culling rate down and maintain productivity at the same time?
Aug 12, 2013
VERNON HILLS, Ill. (Aug. 12, 2013) — Profitable farming has been redefined by issues like rising feed costs, labor shortages and changing government policies. Knowing more about herd health on a daily –or even hourly – basis may be the key to securing dairy profitability.
Mar 14, 2013
VERNON HILLS, Ill. (Mar. 14, 2013) — JTP Farms in Dorchester, Wis. recently achieved unprecedented milk production with its four DeLaval voluntary milking systems VMS™. In a seven-day period this winter, the dairy – owned by Tom and Peggy Peissig and Jake and Tolea Peissig – harvested an average of 6,453 lbs of milk per VMS station from their 247-cow herd. These results are the best yet for any VMS customer in the world – and possibly any producer milking robotically.
Mar 07, 2013
VERNON HILLS, Ill. — The 2013 World Ag Expo Forage Challenge was another great year for DeLaval customers using the company’s Feedtech silage inoculants. First place entries in the standard corn silage and brown midrib (BMR) corn silage categories were inoculated with DeLaval Feedtech Custom Chop Plus, featuring the exclusive MiLab 393 bacterial strain designed to inhibit the growth of yeasts and molds in forages.
Feb 12, 2013
TULARE, Ca. — Teat dip concentrates are an effective way to decrease transportation and distribution costs, reduce plastic container waste and cost-effectively manage a herd’s udder health program. DeLaval is previewing at World Ag Expo – the largest annual agricultural exhibition in the world – its new range of on-farm dispensing systems for concentrated teat dips.
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