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TECHNOLOGY

Learn how to manage and work with the newest technologies developed for the dairy industry, from robotic milking to high tech feeding options.

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This worker bee never shows up late or calls in sick. It quietly does its job consistently and reliably, pushing up refreshed feed to cows and delivering an extremely short payback period to farmers.

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For 135 years, DeLaval has nurtured a strong tradition of dairy innovation. Whether the aim has been to improve a physical process, such as harvesting milk, or ease a mental task, like a management decision, the goal has always been to help our customers do better.

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Storing milk in a vertical milk tower isn’t a new concept. It has been implemented for years at milk processing facilities and even on farms in the U.S., Europe and other countries around the world.

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Activity monitoring technology is beneficial to both you and your cows.

Thinking about investing in an activity monitoring system? Real-time activity monitoring is not just for heat detection. It brings actionable insights to your fingertips to help you save on labor and resources. And, investing in technology that can save you money is a smart investment at any milk price. 

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As more dairy farms adopt electronic monitoring technologies, managers find sensor-driven data goes well beyond activity monitoring, rumination monitoring, health status and milk measurement.

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The Western Canadian Dairy Seminar kicked off on March 5 with tours of three Alberta dairies, each showcasing new automated technologies. Highlights included the Vector feeding system at Crestomere Holsteins, a robotic bedding unit at Corenco Holsteins, and a newly constructed all-in, all-out climate-controlled calf barn with auto-feeders at Janna Dairy.

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