sustainable dairy Videos

  • Rosendale Dairy Biodigester: A UW-Oshkosh, MilkSource, BIOFerm partnership in renewable energy, sustainability

    Tons of milk and tons of manure—two things the 8,500 cows at Wisconsin’s largest dairy (Rosendale Dairy) can be counted on to produce. While the milk side of the cow has been relied on to economically sustain the operation with delicious dairy products, an anaerobic digester at Rosendale Dairy is now is now maximizing benefits from ~350 tons per year of ...

  • Protecting Champlain - Blue Spruce Farm Video

    Marie Audet, co-owner of Blue Spruce Farm in Bridport, Vt. implements innovative sustainable farm practices on their family farm. One such practice is fertilizing their fields by aeration which injects liquid manure directly into the soil. This helps to keep a potential source of pollution from contaminating the watershed. This interstitial was an opportunity for a local dairy farmer to respond ...


    By DVO, Inc.

  • Dairymaster Fast Exit - All In One Technology

    Dave Stewart milks three times daily averaging 36 litres per cow per day. Watch in 2 1/2 minutes as 457 cows are milked harvesting 5,484 litres of milk in the Dairymaster Swiftflo Fast Exit parlour. Dairymaster's seamless all in one technology makes dairy farming more profitable, enjoyable and sustainable. For more information on Dairymaster's product range subscribe to our YouTube Channel or ...


    By Dairymaster

  • Dairymaster Fast Exit Milking Parlour with Feeding - The Whittall Story

    Farmers -- do you want better quality of life? The Whittalls talk about how the Dairymaster Swiftflo Fast Exit milking parlour has changed life on their farm. Dairymaster milking parlours benefit farmers like the Whittalls by using science and technology to make dairy farming more profitable, enjoyable and sustainable. For more information on Dairymaster's product range subscribe to our YouTube ...


    By Dairymaster

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