June 11, 2020
10,000th Lely Juno feed pusher installed at Dream Hill Farm in Japan
Cornes AG Corporation, the Lely distributor in Japan, installed the 10,000th Juno feed pusher. The Juno takes over the repetitive labour of feed pushing at Dream Hill Farm. This farm started off in April with eight Lely Astronaut A5 milking robots and last week, two Juno feed pushers and another eight Astronaut milking robots were installed.
June 1, 2020
"Cheers to World Milk day!" from us at Lely!
We at Lely say: “Cheers to World Milk day!” Today we celebrate the importance of milk as a global food. We also thank all farmers across the globe for their hard work year-round, and especially during these special times. And did you know that +3.000.000.000 kg of milk is produced in 2019 with all Lely Astronaut A5’s we have in the field?
May 20, 2020
First Astronaut A5 installation in China
Lely is celebrating its first operational Astronaut A5 automatic milking system in China. A memorable event, not only as it’s the first installation for Lely since entering the Chinese market last year, but also because the startup was carried out remotely.
March 17, 2020
Lely facilitates employees to work from home because of Coronavirus
The Dutch Government issued guidance to slow down and prevent the spread of Covid-19 (Coronavirus). In response and until further notice, Lely chooses to let its employees work from home as much as possible and to minimize all contacts with external groups.
Feb. 28, 2020
Free Cow Traffic
The basic principle of the Lely Astronaut milking robot
Lely has made some nice videos in which the idea behind some of our products is explained in a light-hearted way. In this way we also show to people from outside the sector that with our innovative automation we are improving the lives of animals and farmers.
Feb. 25, 2020
Lely introduces obstacle detection sensors for the Vector feeding robot
The Lely Vector feeding robot is supplied to customers equipped with a fully integrated impact detection bumper. As soon as the bumper senses an obstruction, the machine will stop. With the new obstacle detection sensors, the machine will also stop before it collides with any restrictions in its path. The sensors further increase the safety of people and animals on the farm, and can also prevent damage to vehicles that are parked along the route of the feeding robot.