10 products found


  • Dairy Herd Management

  • AfiFeed  - Model TMR  - Individual Feeding System

    AfiFeed - Model TMR - Individual Feeding System

    In a non-TMR feeding environment, concentrated feed supplements are critical in meeting the nutritional needs of high-yielding cows, especially those that graze. It is crucial that control of individual feed dispensers, either in the parlor during milking or the housing area, is in the hands of the herdsman. Individual feeding, in which each cow receives her own supplementary menu, presents an excellent opportunity for optimizing feed consumption....

  • Milking Parlor Automation

  • Model MPC & AfiLab  - Milk Analyzer

    Model MPC & AfiLab - Milk Analyzer

    Afimilk introduces a new dimension to dairy farming by implementing the In-Line Milk Lab - the industry’s power couple AfiMilk MPC and AfiLab. Managed by AfiFarm dairy farm management software, data is used for earlier detection of health problems and nutritional deficits, better control over milk quality and improvement of the entire milking environment for precision milking.

  • IDeal  - Cow Identification System

    IDeal - Cow Identification System

    Data integrity is a primary condition for reliance on automation systems for management decisions. In the hands of a good manager, a trustworthy system is a powerful management tool, yet systems allowing low quality data may cause more harm than good. Data quality results from three main factors:

  • AfiSort  - Cow Separation System

    AfiSort - Cow Separation System

    On average, 10% of all animals in the herd require special attention on any given day. Breeding, health care and scheduled treatments such as hoof trimming and vaccination are all part of the routine dairy operation. Identifying cows that require treatment and managing their traffic and care is second in importance only to milking. The AfiSort automated cow sorting system reduces labor by automatically selecting and scheduling cows for...

  • Automatic Walk-Over Weighing System

    Automatic Walk-Over Weighing System

    Body condition indicates cows' general physiological status. Without automated methods for evaluating body condition, dairymen cannot use this vital parameter in their decision-making. In the form of automated scales, the AfiWeigh system gauges cows' body weight en route from the milking parlor. The system also evaluates eligibility for breeding, efficiency of feed intake and other post-partum problems reflected in body condition. As a...

  • Cow Monitoring

  • AfiAct  - Model II  - Cow Heat Detection Leg Tag

    AfiAct - Model II - Cow Heat Detection Leg Tag

    Good fertility management means that cows calve at optimal intervals, maintaining milk production at the highest possible level. Years of research and field experience have demonstrated the strong, direct correlation between the timing of estrus and cows' increased walking activity. Based on this crucial finding, the Afimilk team developed AfiAct, the world’s leading automatic heat detection system.

  • Milking Parlors

  • Parallel - Milking Parlors

    Parallel - Milking Parlors

    Our parallel stalls provide milkers easy access to the udder between the cow’s back legs. This enables quick cow positioning and milking, and ensures safety for the operator.

  • Herringbone - Milking Parlors

    Herringbone - Milking Parlors

    Herringbone milking parlors, the most common type in use, have proven their efficiency for decades. These parlors ensure a stress-free environment for milkers and smooth cow traffic. Convenient animal positioning makes it easy to view the cow and access the udder.  In rapid exit herringbone parlors, the brisket bar is lifted after milking and all cows can leave the parlor simultaneously. This reduces load times considerably and increases...

  • Rotary - Model R600 - Milking Parlors

    Rotary - Model R600 - Milking Parlors

    These labor-efficient milking parlors, which enable a constant daily cow routine, suit dairies that require high hourly throughput. Rotary parlor operators remain in one place to put on the cups, while the constant cow flow allows milkers to focus on essential tasks in a safe environment.