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.
Management, Cow health, Feeding
Lely Vector feed quality research
Cows are selective eaters and search for the best. Therefore we strive for high-quality feed. However, various factors have an influence on feed quality. In this research, performed by Lely Farm Management Support, we investigated, among other things, whether we could quantify the extent of feed losses in the feed kitchen.
Management, T4C & InHerd, Cow health
Dedicated Farm Management training for veterinarians
Feed advisors, veterinarians and Lely Farm Management Advisors - we all have our specialised fields but with a common target: to help our farmers move forward. Combining and sharing knowledge is one of the key elements. For this reason, Lely Farm Management Support has developed dedicated training for veterinarians in order for them to become more familiar with our management systems and data interpretation.
Grazing, tips and tricks
Practice has proven that robotic milking and grazing is a successful combination. Nevertheless it requires a different management approach and a correct focus, whereas visit behavior plays a vital role. In this article we will discuss about researches, influencing factors and various tips and tricks.
Management, Cow health
Meteor total hoof health approach
Lely Meteor* is a hoof health approach for dairy farms composed of three aspects: Farm Management Support, specific aids and care products. Lely Meteor stands for striking the right balance between these three areas. The Lely Meteor hoof health approach spans the entire farm to include dairy cattle, dry cattle and calves
Since its introduction in 2012 various updates have improved the Lely Vector automatic feeding system in terms of hardware, software and user friendliness. With the most recent update it offers dairy and beef cattle farmers more insights and control over their feeding process and results. The entire software redesign is based on user experience. Let us have a look at the highlights.
Giving good SMART advice means giving advice according to the farmer’s needs, which is well understood and implemented by the farmer. But what should an advisor focus on when visiting a farm? This is where the advantage of data management kicks in. With the introduction of the FarmScan, a new report for Farm Management advisors is available.