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The Lely Astronaut automated milking system gives you the tools you need to run a precision pasture based system without the need to increase staffing numbers. In fact, one employee can manage, on average, 27 more milking cows per person with robotics than other conventional systems.
The Lely Astronaut is available 24/7 to milk your cows when they want to be milked, for years to come. It is flexible and fully trained to prepare the cow for milking, to attach teat cups, to reattach in the event that is required, to detach after milking and to carry out post milking treatment.
Many factors can be monitored on a cow basis, factors that cannot be provided in a conventionally milked herd. Successful robotic milking is a new style of farm management whereby the decisions are transferred from the farmer to the cow. It is all about the early signals. You can treat your cows individually again and that results in improved cow health, shorter calving intervals, a reduction in feed costs and of course staff efficiencies. Allowing you and your employees more time to manage essential on-farm functions, such as; pasture and feed requirements, farm maintenance, animal health and the day-to-day running of your complex business.
We believe farmers should spend the majority of their time on-farm looking after their herd. Farm management is not an office job; therefore Lely T4C provides two interfaces based on the same system. The PC version offers the comfort of a perfect overview, whereas the mobile InHerd app version presents your strategic information as operational, all your need-to-know data with the tools to check, act and improve your herds overall performance. Anywhere, anytime.
No longer are you restricted by set milking times or the everyday routines of milking through a conventional system. With the Lely Astronaut you can organise your work day the way you want, allowing you to be more flexible and no longer having to stick to fixed milking times. The time saved by not having to physically milk cows can be spent monitoring your herd and making critical business decisions.
‘I can look after 300 cows by myself, running our dairy unit virtually on my own.’