During World Dairy Expo in Madison, WI, The Bullvine sat down with Lior Yaron of DeLaval International to get a better understanding of how technology and robotics are changing the way we produce milk around the world.
Interview published with permission from The Bullvine, www.thebullvine.com
After ten consecutive drops in the average Global Dairy Trade auction, the
last four have resulted in a 63% increase, albeit on lower trade volumes.
The recent increases are a positive sign of the market recovery. A comment from Nikolai Porkov, Business Intelligence and Strategic Input at DeLaval International AB.
By Christian Poggensee
By Jan Agri, Sustainability Manager at DeLaval
More and more data is now being collected on farms through various technological innovations. But what do we do with all this data and what technologies should we invest in? Here we present what’s available.
Big data is coming to your farm. Sooner or later.
Today, there is a vast array of precision dairy farming solutions available with varying degrees of quality and precision. The digital revolution is taking root in dairy farming also. So, what does the future hold?
An ever increasing amount of data available and solutions on sale have dairy farmers facing the tough question of where to start. With the multitude of methods for measuring your farm and herd’s activity, it’s not an easy task knowing where to start for any farmer going down the road of precision dairy farming. But there are a few obvious areas where measurement has become very accurate and the cost of implementation is low compared to the benefits received.