April 17, 2015
LIC and Lely combine sensor technology resources
Lely Group in the Netherlands and New Zealand-based Livestock Improvement Corporation (NZX: LIC) have entered into a new partnership aimed at accelerating developments in sensor technology and increasing utilisation on farms worldwide. The partnership includes the acquisition of Lely Sensortec by LIC.
April 10, 2015
Lely presents awards to suppliers during theme day on chain cooperation
During the yearly Lely supplier day at the company’s headquarters in Maassluis, Lely presented two of their suppliers an achievement award. Over 120 (supplier) participants worked together during a meeting regarding chain cooperation and innovation on April 2nd.
April 10, 2015
Lely Group reports strong 2014 results
Focus on customer value through improved operating efficiency and further development of the farm automation market proves successful. This week the Lely Board of Directors reported the financial results for 2014. Lely recorded significant growth of 5% with a turnover of €617 million. Growth was seen in its Dairy, Forage and After Market divisions.
April 1, 2015
The end of milk quotas will impact everybody differently
When you have a clear picture of the opportunities for your farm and you have set yourself a clear direction, making the right decisions becomes easier. However, before considering changes, be aware that efficient milking is only possible when basic farm management is performed correctly.
March 24, 2015
Choose your favourite insight now
We have brought the 20,000 Experts campaign into a new phase. The national competitions are over and the winning insights have been chosen by our jury. The winners will be informed in each country within a few days.
March 20, 2015
Caring for milk quality together
Udder health is important for cow health and good milk production. The use of somatic cell count (SCC) has proven to be a highly useful insight to predict a case of mastitis. However, cows naturally tend to fluctuate on SCC which makes it hard to monitor and treat. To avoid use of medicines it is critical to treat cows at the right time.