March 13, 2017
Lely intends to sell the forage business to AGCO Corporation
Focus on agricultural robotics and data
The international family-owned company, Lely, plans to sell its Forage business, which produces forage harvesting machines to AGCO Corporation, a recognised worldwide as a leading player in the design, manufacture and distribution of agricultural machinery.
March 2, 2017
Increased confidence in robotic technology to milk their cows
Large progressive dairy farms seek partnerships with Lely
Lely started a ‘red cow community’ to celebrate the milestone of as many of 100 new partnerships. The partnerships have been built across countries such as Canada, Japan, USA, Germany and Turkey thanks to the proven success and experience of large herd management through the Lely Dairy XL concept.
Feb. 2, 2017
Lely closes a tumultuous year
This week, Lely published the financial results for 2016. Especially because of low milk prices worldwide ensuing in falling sales figures, the company shows a fall in turnover as compared with 2015. The turnover came to € 502 million.
Nov. 14, 2016
Lely and fodjan partner in developing feeding software for cows
Lely Group in the Netherlands and German-based fodjan enter into a partnership aimed at accelerating developments in feeding software by 1 November 2016. Feeding is an essential factor of success for dairy farms as efficient feeding has a positive effect on both cow health and milk yield. Therefore Lely and fodjan have made intelligent feeding a key priority.
Oct. 25, 2016
Lely’s milking robot and grassland machines added to Farming Simulator
In version 17 of Farming Simulator, the farm simulation game, you can now run your farm with various Lely machines. Four machines for working the land and the Lely Astronaut milking robot for the barn have been added to the latest version of this popular game. Lely is thus following in the footsteps of some 40 brands whose agricultural machinery is already used in the game. The milking robot is a first.
Oct. 24, 2016
Smarter management system for automatic feeding improves results
Lely today introduced new software for its Lely Vector automatic feeding system that has been on the market since 2012. The new Lely T4C management software is smarter and much easier to use. It offers dairy and beef cattle farmers more insights and control over their feeding process and results. This helps them to increase the return on their feeding investments. Lely has redesigned the entire software based on user experience. Ration settings and analysis can be performed on a desktop PC, while a smartphone is used for operational management. This software is available for all existing and new Vector users.