Dairy producers throughout the world want to retain optimal production and high-quality milk while still focusing on the well-being and comfort of their cows. They want an operation that is animal-friendly and works efficiently while controlling costs.
As a dairy producer, you make choices to benefit yourself and your herd, while keeping your long-term goals in mind. You consult a veterinarian and feed advisors, rely on the support of barn equipment and technology, but in the end, the direction of your herd is up to you. Automation can help you reach your goals.
For more than 20 years, dairy producers all over the world have been successfully using our automated barn systems. They offer an efficient way of working, using free cow traffic as the guiding principle.
Free cow traffic
A healthy and comfortable cow is a productive cow. Free cow traffic ensures a natural rhythm. The cows decide when to eat, drink, relax or be milked. Their natural behavior determines the design of the barn and work processes.
Free cow traffic stimulates herd activity and leads to better milk production.
A more efficient way of working
Our barn solutions are all centered on free cow traffic. With this model cows aren't the only ones that get more freedom. As a dairy producer you also benefit from more flexibility in your day-to-day activities by working more efficiently with a lower workload.
Management systems link several business processes, such as milking and feeding, together. This results in real-time information on the herd, placing quick and efficient decision making within easy reach. This also provides producers with easy monitoring of optimal results and goals.
Freedom of choice
Dairy producers are working successfully with our systems for milking, feeding and cow comfort. We offer a long-term partnership centered on you and your specific goals.
Choose the automatic systems that help you achieve your goals and provide individual advice and technical support while you work.
We provide flexibility and well-being for dairy producers and their cows.