May 15, 2013
“we’ll 2013” paves the way for agricultural solutions to feed the world
The international agricultural symposium “we’ll 2013” in ‘s-Hertogenbosch ended today with almost 400 enthusiastic participants from 25 countries. They learnt from inspiring visionairs and industry experts that solutions are needed to feed nine billion people worldwide by 2050.
May 13, 2013
Almost 400 participants will attend the symposium
As the international symposium “we’ll 2013” is coming closer, almost 400 participants from 25 countries all over the world are excited to visit this leading agricultural event in ‘s-Hertogenbosch.
May 7, 2013
Experimental food market at symposium “we’ll 2013”
The demand for food will only increase. During “we’ll 2013” we will try to find answers how we should prepare now to feed the world in 2050.
April 25, 2013
How to feed the world in 2050?
Contrary to our earlier invitation, the programme of the “we’ll 2013” symposium is being reduced to one day: Wednesday 15th May. We have made this change to fit in better with our international partners’ schedules. On the Tuesday evening before the day of the symposium there will be a networking programme and a dinner for participants and press. Full details of the revised programme for 14th and 15th May are enclosed.
March 15, 2013
Ready access to the Lely Astronaut robotic milking system brings real added value
Access to automatic milking systems is a major factor in determining capacity. In 2010 Lely took a big step forward in improving access when it introduced the Astronaut A4 with I-flow concept. This made the Lely Astronaut the first robotic milking system that allowed the cow to walk straight in and out of the box without any obstacles.
March 4, 2013
Lely Aebi: the new line of compact front mowers for Aebi Terratrac tractors
Lely introduces the Lely Aebi 260 FA and Lely Aebi 300 FS front mowers with modified pendular headstock to fit Aebi Terratrac tractors. Because of their compact build, low centre of gravity and modest power requirements, these disc mowers – with working widths from 2.60 to 3.00 m respectively – are ideally suited to alpine regions.