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By A. Meijering, H. Hogeveen, C. J. A. M. de Koning
This publication displays the information on computerized milking generated around the world because the 12 months 2000. Its is a compendium of the current nation of information within the box of automated milking
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However, about 52% of the farms with an AM-system apply grazing, showing that grazing in combination with AM is less common, but still possible (Van der Vorst & Ouweltjes, 2003). Grazing is critical to low cost milk production in New Zealand, and while there is no commercial use of AMS in that country at this time, the “Greenfield” project uses automatic milking in a 100% grazing system under very different circumstances than those found in Europe. In North America, the more continental climate favours diets of whole plant corn and alfalfa silage, which by their growth characteristics, are more easily fed from storage.
Demands and opportunities for operational management support. , J. Bony (2001) Comparison of hygienic quality of milk collected with a milking robot vs. with a conventional milking parlour, in: H. Hogeveen and A. Meijering (editors) Robotic Milking, pp. 122-123, Wageningen Pers, Wageningen, The Netherlands. , 2003. nl 36 Automatic milking – A better understanding Rodenburg, J. F. Kelton (2001) Automatic milking systems in North America: Issues and challenges unique to Ontario; in: National Mastitis Council Annual Meeting Proceedings, pp 163-169, NMC, Madison, WI, USA.
Both farm management and the lifestyle of the farmer is altered by automatic milking. AM-systems require a higher investment than conventional milking systems but increased milk yields and reduced labour may lead to lower fixed costs per kg milk. Successful adoption of automatic milking depends on the management skills of the farmer and the barn layout and farming conditions. A better understanding of the characteristics of automatic milking systems will help farmers to make the right decision.
A better understanding Automatic Milking by A. Meijering, H. Hogeveen, C. J. A. M. de Koning