The new six red machines now allow crops to be cut, raked and collected with Lely grassland machinery. In addition, the milking robot can be used to help out in the barn.
Farming Simulator, where players simulate running farms, is available in PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC versions. The game has several levels, beginning with the most basic machines. By running a farm well, for example by sowing, looking after, harvesting, and selling crops, players can earn money, which can then be invested in new, bigger machinery. It is also possible to run a livestock farm, where cows have to be bought, fed and milked, the barn mucked out, and milk automatically collected when the milk tank is full.
Farming Simulator is the biggest and best-known simulation game in recent years, with more than 2 million units sold of the previous version.
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The next generation Lely Juno
Lely introduces the next generation of Lely Juno, the automated feed pushing solution. The first generation Juno was launched in 2008. Over the years the model has been optimized with new benefits to take it to a next level. In the meanwhile the Lely Juno has become market leader within the feed pushing market with an installed base of more than 14,000 Juno’s in 45 countries all over the world. The past learnings have been used to further optimize the current introduced Juno model with the main goal to lower the running costs for the end users.
June 6, 2023
Lely presents vision Farm of the Future 2035
How can innovation contribute to the major challenges of the agricultural sector?
Maassluis, 6 June 2023 - To mark its 75th anniversary, Lely, market leader in robots for dairy farming, today presented its new vision for the Farm of the Future. A growing world population means wise choices have to be made for food production. Cautious estimates show that demand for food will increase by 70% over the next 30 years. How innovation can contribute to the major challenges of dairy farming, Lely shows by means of five themes that are central to the Farm of the Future.