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.
Jan. 30, 2015
Lely Aircon on the New Energy 2015
A new year has started and the New Energy 2015 is in front of us. Like last year we will show our high quality products on a 70m² exhibition area. The New Energy will take place from the 19th- 23rd of March 2015 in Husum, Germany.
Jan. 5, 2015
Movement of Lely Aircon into a new production facility
We moved to our new premises!
The production and administration are now under one roof together in Leer (East- Frisia). Since the establishment of the company in 2003, the administration was already located in Leer (East-Frisia). The production facility was located in the 12km far away industrial area Tjücher Kolken in Ihrhove.
Dec. 2, 2014
Danish Lely farmer wins prize for best working environment
We would like to congratulate Sandagergaard (near Skals in the North-Western part of Denmark) for winning the Agricultural Working Environment Award 2014. Gunnar Forum and Solveig Klith Forum run the farm, which they bought in 1989.
Dec. 2, 2014
Lely releases push message when cows are in heat on Lely T4C InHerd
Lely has now released a new T4C InHerd update with additional features. With the Signals tool farmers can now receive a push message when cows are in heat. Next to this new feature it is now possible with the Cow tool to milk cows under supervision. Also the general performance and speed of T4C InHerd have been improved further.
Nov. 27, 2014
Continuous Quality, Capacity & Comfort
Farmers bringing forage from field to farm face many new challenges. Shorter harvest windows created by more extreme and rapid weather changes, continually increasing fuel prices, growing requirements for better quality forage and faster results, and pressures to improve efficiency, save time and reduce stress, emphasize the need for better forage harvesting techniques.