June 29, 2021
Lely releases annual review 2020
Today, Lely publishes its annual review – an online report that focuses on developments and Lely’s most important achievements and launches in 2020. We share some key figures, take you around the globe, and preview the roll-out of our sustainability programme – the first steps of which were taken in 2020. We also take the opportunity to explain our vision of future farming and offer plenty of practical examples of our solutions and working methods that underline this vision.
May 4, 2021
A successful open farm day on the hybrid barn of Bruce Dinnington
On the 28th of April, over 90 people attended the open farm day at Bruce Dinningtons. Bruce has the first hybrid farm in New Zealand, which combines barn and pasture farming on a 210 hectares farm at Dacre near Invercargill.
March 31, 2021
Lely on the 2021 South Island Agricultural Field Days
Kirwee March 24th – 26th
Lely attended the South Island Agricultural Field Days, which is New Zealand’s largest and oldest agricultural Field Days.
March 24, 2021
New Lely Vector features keep farmers future-proof
What's the secret behind the success of the Lely Vector automatic feeding system? Continuous innovation and further development, based on expertise and excellence. With the latest features added to the system, Lely is helping farmers stay profitable, sustainable and future-proof. The Lely Vector is now successfully used in a wide variety of dairy and beef cattle farms in 31 countries. This year, the system celebrates its 10th anniversary.
March 15, 2021
Lely installs ‘Commodity feeder’ on every new Lely Astronaut A5
Lely has standardised the installation of the 'Commodity feeder' on the Lely Astronaut milking robot, which makes it possible to feed non-pelleted feed. Two years ago, the Commodity feeder was introduced as an option and it is currently used by hundreds robotic milkers worldwide.
March 11, 2021
Lely reports solid growth in 2020
An excellent performance in a dynamic and challenging year
Despite COVID-19, 2020 was another strong year for Lely with record-breaking sales of € 615 million (€ 606 million in 2019). This growth in turnover is a result of the continuously increasing worldwide adoption of dairy automation. Next to the established markets in Europe and North America, additional growth came from Asia and Latin America. Main driver behind this strong development was the success of the robotic products, especially the Lely Astronaut A5 milking robot. Next to milking, ever increasing numbers of farmers are now also investing in Lely’s robotic feeding and manure handling solutions. Furthermore, a growing base of installed robots also resulted in strong sales growth of consumables and services.