Lely Juno      Automatic Feed Pusher24/ 7 feed pushing!www.lely.com
Content1.   Introduction2.   What is the Lely Juno feed pusher?3.   Why Juno?4.   Juno 100 – 150; the differences5.   New ...
Introduction • Movie Juno 100 – Juno 150
Content1.   Introduction2.   What is the Lely Juno feed pusher?3.   Why Juno?4.   Juno 100 – 150: The differences5.   New ...
What is the Lely Juno feed pusher? • Pushes the feed as often as you like • Totally automated • Based on routings • Low ma...
Content1.   Introduction2.   What is the Lely Juno feed pusher?3.   Why Juno?4.   Juno 100 – 150: The differences5.   New ...
Why Juno?From feed to milk• Cows spend 3 - 5 hours a day eating• They consume 7 - 10 meals a day• They ruminate 7 - 10 hou...
Why Juno?Feed managementIs all about• Feed bunk design• Feed quality• Feeding frequency• Feed push-ups
Why Juno?Feed push-ups• Prevents de-mixing/ selection of the roughage• ‘Motivates’ cows to eat• Constant feed available• I...
Why Juno?Activate cows to eat
Why Juno?Results 3 times a day                       8 times a day             10.9 % more visits to the robots           ...
Why Juno?Results
Why Juno?        Results                                                      Milk yield in kg                            ...
Why Juno?Results • Juno CO2 emission:       350 kg • Tractor CO2 emission:   1424 kg • Juno energy consumption:       500 ...
Why Juno?ResultsExample of energy and depreciation• Running costs of a tractor or quad: €10.65 per hour•      € 10.65 x 92...
Why Juno?       Results  Example of labour savings  91.25 hours X € 22.50 an hour = +/- € 2053,- annuallyDecreasing availa...
Content1.   Introduction2.   What is the Lely Juno feed pusher?3.   Why Juno?4.   Juno 100 – 150; the differences5.   New ...
Juno 100 – 150; the differences
Juno 100 – 150; the differencesThe power of Juno 100                       • More compact, making it                      ...
Juno 100 – 150; the differencesThe power of Juno 150                       • Excellently suitable for outside use         ...
Juno 100 – 150; the differencesE-link Juno 100                          Juno 150 • Outside, disconnectable         • Insid...
Juno 100 – 150; the differencesCollision detector Juno 100 1. No electric pulse device in the rubber ring of the collision...
Juno 100 – 150; the differencesProduct specifications Juno 100 & 150 • Push height: no more than 65 cm • Push width: less ...
Juno 100 – 150; the differencesThe differences                                           Juno 100                         ...
Content1.   Introduction2.   What is the Lely Juno feed pusher?3.   Juno 100 – 150: The differences4.   New software; dyna...
New software; dynamic pushingWhat is dynamic pushing? • No pre-determined distance to the feed fence • Based on the amount...
New software; dynamic pushing • Not every feeding place has the same amount of feed    • Because of number of cows eating ...
New software; dynamic pushingHow does it work? Movie dynamic pushing
Content1.   Introduction2.   What is the Lely Juno feed pusher?3.   Why Juno?4.   Juno 100 – 150: The differences5.   New ...
Customer satisfaction     How do customers rank the Juno in general?252015                                                ...
Customer satisfactionWhy do farmers recommend the Juno to fellow dairy farmers?
Customer satisfactionCustomer comments • With more than 1 cow per feeding place the demand for   constant feed availabilit...
Customer satisfactionCustomer comments  • No need to open the big doors during the cold winter    days for the tractor.  •...
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Lely Juno feed pusher

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It is well known that continuous availability of fresh fodder results in increased dry matter intake and increased milk production. In addition, frequent feeding has a positive impact on general animal health. Quite often, labour is the limiting factor in making fresh feed available to cows around the clock. Thanks to the Lely Juno, this problem is a thing of the past.

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Lely Juno feed pusher

  1. 1. Lely Juno Automatic Feed Pusher24/ 7 feed pushing!www.lely.com
  2. 2. Content1. Introduction2. What is the Lely Juno feed pusher?3. Why Juno?4. Juno 100 – 150; the differences5. New software; dynamic pushing6. Customer satisfaction
  3. 3. Introduction • Movie Juno 100 – Juno 150
  4. 4. Content1. Introduction2. What is the Lely Juno feed pusher?3. Why Juno?4. Juno 100 – 150: The differences5. New software; dynamic pushing6. Customer satisfaction
  5. 5. What is the Lely Juno feed pusher? • Pushes the feed as often as you like • Totally automated • Based on routings • Low maintenance and energy use • Proven success in terms of increased feed intake
  6. 6. Content1. Introduction2. What is the Lely Juno feed pusher?3. Why Juno?4. Juno 100 – 150: The differences5. New software; dynamic pushing6. Customer satisfaction
  7. 7. Why Juno?From feed to milk• Cows spend 3 - 5 hours a day eating• They consume 7 - 10 meals a day• They ruminate 7 - 10 hours a day• +/- 20 kg dry matter a day• Fibre particles remain in the rumen: 20 - 48 hours
  8. 8. Why Juno?Feed managementIs all about• Feed bunk design• Feed quality• Feeding frequency• Feed push-ups
  9. 9. Why Juno?Feed push-ups• Prevents de-mixing/ selection of the roughage• ‘Motivates’ cows to eat• Constant feed available• Improves cow health since cows do not need to push their shoulders against the feed fence• Improves feeding table hygiene due to more push ups
  10. 10. Why Juno?Activate cows to eat
  11. 11. Why Juno?Results 3 times a day 8 times a day 10.9 % more visits to the robots 3.5 % more intake of dry matter
  12. 12. Why Juno?Results
  13. 13. Why Juno? Results Milk yield in kg Body weight in kg Research done by the Institute for Research of Animal production (VÚŽV) Praha Uhřínêves, PragAuthors: doc.ing. Oldřich Doležal, DrSc. ing. Jitka Nêmeĉková ing. Josef KnížekTechnical design: David Procházka Martina Slavíková
  14. 14. Why Juno?Results • Juno CO2 emission: 350 kg • Tractor CO2 emission: 1424 kg • Juno energy consumption: 500 kWh • Tractor energy consumption: 5475 kWh • Juno has 4 times lower CO2 emission • Juno has 10 times less energy consumption
  15. 15. Why Juno?ResultsExample of energy and depreciation• Running costs of a tractor or quad: €10.65 per hour• € 10.65 x 92.25 hours = € 970 annually Price Trends of Diesel per liter in America Source: shell.com Source: dieselserviceandsupply.com
  16. 16. Why Juno? Results Example of labour savings 91.25 hours X € 22.50 an hour = +/- € 2053,- annuallyDecreasing availability of labour Average labour cost in Europe
  17. 17. Content1. Introduction2. What is the Lely Juno feed pusher?3. Why Juno?4. Juno 100 – 150; the differences5. New software; dynamic pushing6. Customer satisfaction
  18. 18. Juno 100 – 150; the differences
  19. 19. Juno 100 – 150; the differencesThe power of Juno 100 • More compact, making it suitable for every barn - perfect for smaller feed alleys - less obstruction • Attractive price • Can push the same weight, height and distance as Juno 150 with higher speed
  20. 20. Juno 100 – 150; the differencesThe power of Juno 150 • Excellently suitable for outside use - Drives on open feeding alleys (open ridges and open feeding alleys on the outside) - Performs routings between two barns • Charging and ultrasound sensor possible on both sides • Needs less space for approaching its charging station
  21. 21. Juno 100 – 150; the differencesE-link Juno 100 Juno 150 • Outside, disconnectable • Inside, underneath the cover • Storage tray can be mounted in the barn or in the office
  22. 22. Juno 100 – 150; the differencesCollision detector Juno 100 1. No electric pulse device in the rubber ring of the collision detector (different material and software solution) 2. Safety bar (child protection) not necessary, because diameter, type of rubber and space underneath the skirt are different
  23. 23. Juno 100 – 150; the differencesProduct specifications Juno 100 & 150 • Push height: no more than 65 cm • Push width: less than 200 cm • Push weight: approx. 350 kg max. (depending on feed type)
  24. 24. Juno 100 – 150; the differencesThe differences Juno 100 Juno 150Approaching the charging station (m) 5 3Departing from the charging station (m) 1 1,5Minimum width of feed alley (m) 1,25 + width of feed 2,00 + width of feedCharging unit: w x d x h (cm) 28 x 27 x 21 36,9 x 26 x 62,3Charging left both sidesE-link control disconnectable, outside storage inside the storage trayDiameter (cm) 111 156Height (cm) 104 106Weight (kg) 574 575Height of the push-blade (cm) 57 51Feed bunk: Height horizontal bar (cm)* 80 to 135 80 to 115* with High Level Sensor (cm) not an option 80 to 150Ultrasound Sensor 1 side, left 2 sides, left standard and right optionalInductive Sensor no yes charging station, collision and reset pointReset points on the route charging station/ navigates on metal stripsDetermination of distance sensor on rear wheels sensor on rear wheels / inductive sensorOutside no yes
  25. 25. Content1. Introduction2. What is the Lely Juno feed pusher?3. Juno 100 – 150: The differences4. New software; dynamic pushing5. Why Juno?6. Customer satisfaction
  26. 26. New software; dynamic pushingWhat is dynamic pushing? • No pre-determined distance to the feed fence • Based on the amount of feed/ back pressure • Merely involves pre-setting the route, minimal distance to the feed fence and filling in the time plan • Can be set for 4 different feed types: • Extra light • Light • Normal • Heavy
  27. 27. New software; dynamic pushing • Not every feeding place has the same amount of feed • Because of number of cows eating at specific feed place • Because of bringing feed on feed alley by tractor/ mixer wagon • When you do not have a regular feeding pattern • Because of variety (F.e. day 1 and 2 feeding once every 2 days, day 3 feeding twice a day, day 4 different feeding times every day.)
  28. 28. New software; dynamic pushingHow does it work? Movie dynamic pushing
  29. 29. Content1. Introduction2. What is the Lely Juno feed pusher?3. Why Juno?4. Juno 100 – 150: The differences5. New software6. Customer satisfaction
  30. 30. Customer satisfaction How do customers rank the Juno in general?252015 Count1050 1 Very poor 2 Poor 3 Average 4 Good 5 Very good
  31. 31. Customer satisfactionWhy do farmers recommend the Juno to fellow dairy farmers?
  32. 32. Customer satisfactionCustomer comments • With more than 1 cow per feeding place the demand for constant feed availability is high - the Lely Juno feed pusher is the solution. • Less cows on the attention list owing to improved cow traffic./ Stimulates the cows to come to the feed fence. • Low-ranking cows benefit from continuous feed availability. • More tranquility in the barn.
  33. 33. Customer satisfactionCustomer comments • No need to open the big doors during the cold winter days for the tractor. • No heavy or time-consuming work. • Reliable and gives the farmer even more flexibility. • The result is a nice, virtually empty feed bunk.
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