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  • DeLaval is a full-service supplier to dairy farmers. DeLaval develops, manufactures and distributes equipment and complete systems for milk production and animal husbandry. Service, sales of a wide range of accessories, knowledge sharing and consultancy are also key aspects of our operations.
    DeLaval operates in more than 100 markets and cater to customers with livestock size ranging from 1 to 50.000 animals.
    Reduce the risk of damaging the teats
    During hand milking the milk is pressed out
    -Can damage the cow’s teats
    During machine milking the milk is sucked out
    -Opens the teat canal in exactly the same way as a sucking calf
    Reduce the risk of mastitis
    Dirty hands as well as too slow milking can cause mastitis
    The bucket milking system speeds up the milking
    -Milks 6-8 cows per bucket
    The robust system helps the farmer to produce high quality milk
    -Durable hoses and liners, efficient cluster
    Increase the milk yield and improve the cows health
    Irregular milking times is bad for the cow and causes a decrease in the volume of the milk
    Entry Line systems are consistent and stable
    -Enables the farmer to create a consistent milking routine, which increase the milk yield
    Attach the cluster and let the machine do the job
    Not having to sit in the harmful hand milking position
    Saving the back
    Less risk of cow trampling and kicking
    Save the hands
    During the milking of 20 cows the milkers have to press the hands together and open them again 10000 – 12000 times
    Less lifting of heavy buckets
  • Milking timeHand milkingMachine milking (MMU)Difference
    1 cow121h 30min 91h 25min30h
    20 cows2 433h1 825h608h
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    • 1. Affordable Milking Technology Dr. Joyce Bwire
    • 2. DeLaval …offers complete solutions for milk production and animal husbandry …empowers the dairy farmer with improved control over milk production …caters for customers worldwide with herd sizes ranging from 1 to 50 000
    • 3. Positives and Challenges . Positives Challenges Seasonality High cost of production • • Increased number of dairy farmers in business. • • • Quality of both raw milk and milk products Improve dairy herd genetics • Better dairy cattle herd health • Increased milk yield
    • 4. Benefits milking systems ealth ow s H the C roves Imp • Reduce the risk of damaging the teats • Reduce the risk of mastitis • Increase the milk yield and improve the cow h ing cowsWork the health roves ment nviron E Imp Attach the cluster and let the machine do the job • Not having to sit in the harmful hand milking position • Less risk of cow trampling and kicking • Save the hands • Less lifting of heavy buckets A B
    • 5. Benefits milking systems uality oved Q Impr • Research shows that bucket milking result in a higher milk quality than milking by hand • The cell count decreases Yield Higher • Research shows that milk yield increases when going from hand milking to bucket milking Source: Effect of milking systems on the milk somatic cell counts and composition National Dairy Research Institute, Karnal - 132 001 (Haryana), India, Published 1 June 2007 Milk yield
    • 6. Benefits milking systems ving ime Sa T • Using a Mobile Milking Unit (MMU) a farmer can save • 30 working hours per cow per year • 608 working hours/25 days per 20 cows per year rowth ables g En • According to IFCN we will see more and more small farmers going directly from basic equipment to more advanced equipment Taking the 1st step for a small farmer increase the possibilities to take the 2nd step IFCN (International Farm Comparison Network )
    • 7. The Entry Line Assortment - Products • Mobile Milking Units (MMU) • Bucket Milking Systems (BMS) • Bucket Milking Modules (BMM) • Accessories
    • 8. Mobile Milking Unit Product Range MMU 22 MMU 11 Specificatio n 1 bucket and 1 cluster 2 buckets and 2 cluster Capacity (cows/hour) 8 16
    • 9. Upgrade your single MMU Turn a MMU11 into a MMU 22 in 15 min! Kit includes: • Hot galvanized frame and cluster arm • SS bucket 25L + lid • MC 11 cluster Article no 945850 80
    • 10. Bucket Milking System Product Range BMS 2 BMS 1 BMS 3 BMS 4 1 bucket 2 buckets 3 buckets 4 buckets Vacuum pump DVP170 Specification Vacuum pump DVP340 Vacuum pump DVP340 Vacuum pump DVP340 8 16 24 32 Capacity (cows/hour)
    • 11. BMM - Upgrade for growing herd Kit includes: • SS bucket 25L • MC11 • AP19 pulsator • PVC tubing • 1 vacuum tap
    • 12. Parts MC1 Claw Pulse tube & Milk tube Vacuum regulator Pulsator Other components -Vacuum pump - Electrical motor and box - Trolley frame - Vacuum tank, lid&gasket - Muffler - Vacuum gauge - Bucket & Lid - Teat Cup - Wheels, handles, feet Liners - PVC air tubes
    • 13. GOAT MMU UNITS
    • 14. Bulk milk cooling tanks
    • 15. Why Cool Milk? •To inhibit bacterial spoilage •To extend storage on the farm •To decrease milk transport costs •To improve raw milk quality delivered •Increase profit for farmers and dairy industries •Increase milk quantity per farm •Improve ergonomics
    • 16. Consumables
    • 17. life easier ake your M h machine wit milking