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Anton Stokman

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Modern Dutch dairy farmer powered by innovation, The Netherlands

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  1. 1. CAPIGI GeoAgri May 25 2016 Anton Stokman
  2. 2.  1st computer 1975  Veenet, Taurus,  2 x Lely 1997  Denzo  2009 free choice (4 x Lely)  Smart Dairy Farming  300 cows, 2 people  1 full time employee 2
  3. 3. All integrated choices Cow Welfare Environmental Nature Energy Explanation Economy
  4. 4. Free choice for individual cow
  5. 5. Waterbeds Rubber floorparts, Larger Living area Fresh air & massage Light therapy in Winter
  6. 6. “JaKoeZie”
  7. 7. 6 weeks holliday in nature for every cow
  8. 8. Fresh Manure as input for biogas Emission into green energy
  9. 9. Smart dairy farming Economy
  10. 10. Explanation
  11. 11. Modern dairy farming makes 300 cows a 2 person operation. With excellent cow welfare Economically within top 10% in EDF
  12. 12. Daily Dashboard
  13. 13. individual sensor data: 160 out of 260 Sick cows
  14. 14. No chair in front of the computer
  15. 15. Fertility advise: ready to use for us after 15 years of development.
  16. 16. Good info for heat detection. Still decisions to make: yes/wait/no?, choice bull? sexed semen?
  17. 17. automatic cow directions
  18. 18. Presenting data in graph: mastitis
  19. 19. 5 concentrates to the herd not influenced by any individual cow data……..
  20. 20. Not using -Genomic profile of individual cow -History of each cow -Farm goals Not using -cow sensor data like:  Rumination  Milking data  Feedintake  Activity  Fat/proteine  Temperature  Weight  Milk production feeding all cows the same
  21. 21. Discusion Data must lead to action: No action?  all efforts waisted Integrated data needed for integrated decisions Not integrated?  wrong actions Use cow sensors for individual cow management: Not for “herd” management.

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