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  • Morbida - Herringbone Milking Parlour

    Morbida Milkline is a herringbone milking parlour which allows the combination of modern milking technology with high performance and low investment costs. Milkline herringbone milking parlours are available in three types: 30° side milking, 60° and, 70° rear milking. Due to their shape and layout, the 60° and 70° parlours are ...

    By Milkline Srl based in Loc. Gariga di Podenzano (PC), ITALY. from Herringbone Milking Parlour Product line

  • Piper - Model PD340 - Milk Metering & Data Capture Systems

    The PD 340 flow transmitter is a precision meter for the volumetric measurement of liquids, which are electrically conducting. The meter is hygienic and has a 3-A approval. Designed so that changes in flow profile do not affect accuracy, the meter is accurate over a wide range of flow rates.

    By Piper Systems Ltd based in Bray Co Wicklow, IRELAND.

  • Osmonds - Model SP106 - Hoof Raiser

    Lameness is an issue on many dairy and beef farms causing serious performance and reproductive losses. Early diagnosis and treatment of affected animals is essential to minimise financial losses and ensure optimum weight gains and milk production. With the Osmonds Hoof Raiser, it is possible to safely and carefully examine the affected hoof to ...

    By Osmonds & Sons (Dublin) Limited based in Tallaght, IRELAND. from Hoof Raiser Product line

  • Cluster Purge Plus - Automatic Cluster Cleaning System

    Cluster Purge Plus is a proven automatic cluster cleaning system that disinfects every cow cluster safely after every cow, quicker than manual spray or dip systems. Cluster Purge significantly reduces the spread of contagious bacteria which if unchecked can affect the whole herd. This new program gives the option of having a fresh water rinse ...

    By Fabdec Ltd based in Ellesmere, UNITED KINGDOM. from Automatic Cluster Cleaning System Product line

  • Animal Soaking Systems

    It does not have to be 110°F for heat stress to occur in dairy cows. Studies have found at temperatures as low as 68°F, dairy cows will begin to cut feed intake and lose body weight. Milk production falls. Reproductive performance, health and lactational performance are affected. Heat stress will continue to affect performance even in the ...

    By Schaefer Ventilation Equipment based in Sauk Rapids, MINNESOTA (USA). from Animal Soaking Systems Product line

  • J-VAC - Escherichia Coli

    Infection by Escherichia coli (E. coli) is characterized by inflammation of the mammary gland in dairy cows, and typically occurs at calving time and during early lactation. The progression to mastitis leads to significant local and systemic clinical symptoms. When high producing cows are affected, the impact on milk output of a dairy ...

    By Merial - Boehringer Ingelheim based in Reims cedex, FRANCE. from Escherichia Coli Product line

  • LAKTO - Model PULS - Electronic Pulsator

    LAKTO  PULS pulsator  has  a very simple design that can fit all brands. Provides  perfect milking quality, does not get affected by vacuum level or environmental temperature. Due to indirect valve control by pilot valves, low powered coils (only 0,11 Amps.) are utilized. A cooling effect of the air intake on the coils is ...

    By LAKTO Dairy Technologies based in IZMIR, TURKEY. from Electronic Pulsator Product line

  • All-Trace - High Iodine Boluses

    A sustained release bolus containing 6 trace elements and 3 vitamins. Designed for grazing or forage fed livestock where an imbalance of iodine affects animal productivity. High Iodine All-Trace helps farmers manage the trace element status of their herd over critical periods of the production cycle. Low levels of iodine in pasture will generally ...

    By Agrimin Limited based in Kirmington, UNITED KINGDOM. from High Iodine Boluses Product line

  • Acorn - Silage Covers

    Cut in dry conditions to maximise dry matter. Delay cutting to the afternoon when grass sugars are at their highest. Get the sugar levels tested before cutting, aiming for a minimum of 2.5-3.0%. Aim to wilt the crop for a minimum of 24 hours but ideally 36 hours. If feeding high performing animals over a long period an inoculant will give an ...

    By Brett Brothers Ltd based in Co. Kilkenny, IRELAND. from Silage Covers Product line

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