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GEA adds proven AI solution to portfolio with CattleEye acquisition Dairy farmers can improve cow health and production through the early detection of lameness. GEA Farm Technologies acquires Northern Ireland-based agricultural software company CattleEye Ltd., adding a pioneering artificial intelligence system to its existing...
Source: Michigan State University On March 29, 2024, the Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development (MDARD) announced that highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) has been detected in a dairy cattle herd in Montcalm County, MI. This news came on the...
Source: Nedap news release How can you get more from your data investment and positively impact your farm's bottom line? Begin by tracking and acting on the right information. Matt Lange, dairy business consultant and owner of Intagral Financial, says the...
Source: University of Kentucky By: Jeffrey Bewley, Ph.D. Maintaining a low bulk tank somatic cell count has always been a good dairy management strategy. Low somatic cell counts are associated with improved milk quality, increased shelf life and cheese yield after...
Source: National Farm Animal Care Council Code of Practice for the care and handling of farm animals – Dairy Cattle, Section 2.8 Of all possible stall improvements, the provision of large amounts of dry bedding has one of the greatest impacts...
Source: Pennsylvania State University Introduction Feed management is a key practice in livestock nutrient management. It includes ration formulation for optimal supplementation of nitrogen and phosphorus, consistency and accuracy of feed delivery, regular feed testing, and diagnostic tools to monitor results....
Source: Oaken Oaken, an Agtech company setup by Purdue University's DIAL Ventures, announced the launch of a new cloud-based landpartner CRM application for farmers. This first release gives farmers an easy way to manage their landpartner interactions from contact management,...
Source: University of Massachusetts Amherst Introduction Nutritional management requires that dairy cows and their replacements be considered in three distinct groups of animals; a.) mature, non-lactating or dry cows, b.) lactating or milking cows, and c.) growing replacement animals. Each of...
Source: Alabama Cooperative Extension System, Boyd Brady, Leanne Dillard, and B. R. Moss To be successful, dairy producers must master all aspects of dairy management. Managing the dry cow is not difficult but is often neglected. How you take care...
Source: DeLaval DeLaval, a global leader in dairy farming solutions, has launched the next generation of its automated teat sprayer, the DeLaval teat spray robot TSR2. The re-designed solution optimizes the task of pre- and post-teat spray application for rotary...