Our Farm Management Support specialists continuously investigate how to improve the milking process even further. They do this by running tests in the barn while using our customers’ knowledge of the Lely barn solutions. In this way they gain valuable insights, which help you to manage your dairy farm more efficiently and profitably.
Management, Grazing, Milking
Grazing and automatic milking - Brochure
Grazing and automatic milking systems have been proved to work successfully on many dairy farms across the world. A key element is to find a management style that suits each individual farm, each producer’s goals and preferences, and the environmental circumstances.
Management, T4C & InHerd, Cow health, Milking
Lely Astronaut hygiëne - good automatic cleaning cycles
Good hygiene is one of the basic conditions for successful milking. Hygiene is a preventive measure taken to avoid contamination of milk, animals, humans and the system. This article explains which parameters are involved for cleaning the milking robot.
Management, Cow health, Milking
Lely Astronaut hygiëne - what can you do as a farmer?
Hygiene is an important aspect in milking. Proper and timely cleaning around the robot is important in order to maintain udder health and milk quality and to avoid unnecessary robot maintenance. In this article, the optimal routine for twice-a-day robot cleaning is described.
Management, T4C & InHerd, Cow health
Introduction of the Lely Meteor App
Improving hoof health and thus enhancing animal well-being and farm economics are the most important goals of the Lely Meteor total approach*. The combination of the automation tools, consumables and Farm Management knowledge makes Lely Meteor unique and successful in achieving optimal hoof health. In order to be able to register and analyse the location and severity of disorders per hoof in detail, the Lely Meteor App has been introduced.
Management, T4C & InHerd
Missing ‘cows to collect’
Collecting cows that are too late for milking is part of a farmer’s daily routine. When using Lely T4C InHerd, this job becomes easy and efficient. However, occasionally it can happen that the number of ‘cows to collect’ in InHerd does not match T4C Report 11 on the desktop.
Management, Cow health
Research on the effect of Lely Meteor on digital dermatitis
Hoof health can have a significant impact on cow behavior due to pain and discomfort and is one of the main culling reasons for dairy cows. During the last national Cattle Lameness Conference in the UK, Lely presented a study* about Lely Meteor and its effect on digital dermatitis (DD) for milking cows.