Our Farm Management Support specialists continuously investigate how to improve the milking process even further. They do this by running tests in the barn while using our customers’ knowledge of the Lely barn solutions. In this way they gain valuable insights, which help you to manage your dairy farm more efficiently and profitably.
Manage calf rearing with CalfCloud
CalfCloud is a web page with all the data from the Lely Calm feeder. With the overview, the daily work can be done efficiently. Read more to discover the possibilities.
Lameness in dairy cows [2/3]
In our previous article in this series, we talked about the economic impact of lameness. As a follow-up, this article provides more knowledge about the causes behind lameness and foot problems to help reduce the incidence of lameness and its associated costs.
T4C & InHerd
T4C update 3.12
As of 18 November 2019, the new Lely T4C update has been rolled out in the different countries. In this update, Report 10 has been improved and there are better functionalities for Lely Vector customers with beef cattle.
Lameness in dairy cows [1/3]
The Efficient Deep Learning (EDL)1 program brings together Dutch academic and industrial partners to research efficient learning and efficient computing for industrial deep learning applications. Lely is an integrator of the EDL program and works together with researchers at Wageningen University to apply deep learning to automatic lameness detection using video monitoring of cows.
T4C & InHerd
The importance of Report 56-Milking-Robot performance
The T4C management software offers a range of reports. One of these reports is ‘Report 56 – Milking – Robot performance’. This article is a deep dive into the functionality and essence of this report.
Management, T4C & InHerd, Tips & Tricks
Optimising Nine Cow Touches with T4C [2/6]
With Nine Cow Touches that each take from 5 minutes to 45 minutes, Lely T4C is a valuable support tool that optimises these and makes the farmer’s life easier. One of the features that can be used is ‘Treatment Plans’. You can find the ‘Treatment Plans’ in T4C at: Data Entry > Libraries > Treatment Plans