Worldwide, challenges such as climate change, a growing global population and a more demanding society leads to new perspectives on how to run a viable dairy farm in the future. In addition, dairy farmers face the impact of reduced availability of quality labor alongside a supply chain which is under increasing cost pressure.
Large dairy farms face all these challenges and more. As farms grow, it's no longer about duplicating processes, working harder or upscaling. It is about the efficient use of diminishing resources while facing the challenge of retaining qualified staff and ensuring regulatory compliance.
Our solutions for large dairy farming
Running a large dairy farm means coping with challenges such as adding value to the milk, managing slurry and nutrients effectively and – last but not least – ensuring society continues to accept our industry and our evolving methods.
By bringing automation and technology to your cows, repetitive work will be reduced significantly and you’ll benefit from a smaller, yet more skilled workforce. At the same time, animal welfare increases when your barn is designed around the cow and present her an environment to maximise her genetic potential.
Cohesion delivers results
Creating an environment where cows, technology and people work together allows them to excel in their area and will deliver increased results. By having cows and technology work for the farmer, time is freed up to focus on other routines and execute the right decisions. The nature of labor changes from repetitive work to focusing on only those cows that need attention.