Milking Robots Overview
The Hard Data on the Impact of Milking Robots
Get all the stats and concrete details on how robots can improve your operation.Learn More
Here at Trouw Nutrition/Shur-Gain we want to help farmers innovate and thrive in a rapidly changing world.
Robots and AMS will inevitably be a huge part of the coming new technologies shifts. But right now, there are still a lot of questions.
We've got our Dairy Nutrition Advisors working on answering those
questions and providing Canadian dairy producers with the insights they need.
An important KPI to consider for an AMS herd is the time needed to milk the cows. This is a combination of the time needed to prepare the cow before milking (stimulation time or treatment time), the milking time, and the post milking time.Learn More
Critically evaluating the different cow traffic systems is difficult as each has its ardent advocates. All three cow traffic systems work well, so it is important for
producers to select the system that best suits them, promotes
cow well-being, and meets their goals.
A fetch cow is a cow that does not come to the robot voluntarily to be milked within a certain interval defined by the producer. They can have a serious impact on your herd's performance. Here's how to handle them.Learn More