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Smarter Milking Equipment – Future of Dairy Processing and Cattle Practices

As new technologies continue to change how dairy producers manage and operate their farms, it is good to keep an eye on the horizon to see what might be available in the next five to 10 years. Everyone’s attention on the dairy industry was seeking the future road on to see the sector advancing with innovative growth.

Robotic Milking Machines

Robotic milking equipment will continue to be an area of growth and interest across the dairy industry. In the very near future, farming Technologies is poised to bring automated milking to rotary parlours, with cows-per-hour numbers that are more in line with the efficiency seen in traditional parlours today. And the longer-term goal is to bring this technology to parallel milking parlour types as well.

Automated post-dipping

Area of considerable growth and advancement will be automated post-dipping. The concept of automated post-dipping is available today, but it will become even more commonplace in five years; currently, more than 5,000 cows in the U.S. are post-dipped automatically in the liner. This automated technology is a labour-reducing tool that improves udder hygiene and milk quality.

Automated Cow logistics

The next big area of growth will be fully automated cow logistics. This is an area many people are not even aware of, but the technology exists that allows dairy farms to bring cows from their housing to the milking parlour and then return them to the housing area in a completely automated manner.

It’s quite impressive to see this system in action and see how much calmer and less stressful cow movement is. Also, labour savings will be a tremendous benefit to this system.

Our footprint in the Dairy sector industry

All users surveyed agreed that technology contributed to overall work pleasure. As technology continues to expand in agriculture, we commit to helping dairy producers find practical ways to manage this wealth of information to fully benefit their operations.

Is its new concepts and technology? Yes, in fact, it has a lot to do with. However, the technology is only as good as the information gathered and the accessibility to which it is delivered allowing producers to make timely and accurate decisions.

Our Modern Dairy Machines in the past couple of decades, we are continuously looking toward the future. We are constantly working on the next revolutionary idea that will improve dairy producers’ lives and will enable them to profitably and enjoyably extract milk in a rapidly growing world, in a sustainable way.

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