Incredible modern farming milking harvest technology. Amazing automatic cow farming factory

Dairy farming is a class of agriculture for long-term production of milk, which is processed (either on the farm or at a dairy plant, either of which may be called a dairy) for eventual sale of a dairy product. Dairy farming has a history that goes back to the early Neolithic era, around the seventh millennium BC, in many regions of Europe and Africa. Before the 20th century, milking was done by hand on small farms. Beginning in the early 20th century, milking was done in large scale dairy farms with innovations including rotary parlors, the milking pipeline, and automatic milking systems that were commercially developed in the early 1990s

Improved technological solutions are required to meet the enhanced demand for milk products. Digital dairy farming offers a great opportunity to meet the increasing demand for milk products more efficiently with less manpower with automatic milking.
As world population grows, the demand for milk products proportionally increases. Therefore, the dairy industry is experiencing a constant increase in dairy herd sizes and a concurrent declining stockperson per animal ratio.
Additionally, cow milking, including barn sanitation, teat treatment, mastitis prediction and udder condition examination and milk quality testing are complex and time-consuming. As a result, the available time to monitor and manage individual animals properly will decrease, jeopardising animal health and welfare.
To face these challenges, improved technological solutions are required to meet the enhanced demand for milk products. Digital dairy farming using Internet of Things, artificial intelligence and data-driven techniques offer a great opportunity to meet the increasing demand for milk products more efficiently with less manpower with the automatic milking process.

 

 

Advantages of automatic milking
Manual milking on a dairy farm is labour-intensive and time-consuming. Additionally, the manual preserving process of milk can cause bacterial infection in milk. On modern dairy farms, automatic milking process significantly improves labour efficiency (20%-50%) by milking parlour equipment such as automatic cluster removal, and rapid entry and exit gates. Farmers are freed from the milking process and the associated rigid schedule, and labour can be devoted to the supervision of animals, feeding and other activities. Moreover, the automatic milking process is consistent for every cow and every visit. The vacuum level is regulated based on milk flow from each quarter resulting in less threat of udder injury. Increase in milking frequency enhances milk yield which may result in less stress on the udder and increased cow comfort.
Improvements in animal health and welfare are also considered likely outcomes of more widespread adoption of automatic milking systems by the dairy industry. Cows milked by automatic milking systems have more freedom and more opportunities to interact with their environment. Furthermore, evidence suggests that automatic milking system reduces physiological stress and discomfort compared with non-automated milking to a certain extent, and the system also monitors and detects cattle health and behaviour.

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