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Easier milking and lower labour input appeal to the owners of a new rotary milking platform recently installed in Waipa district.
The days of rapid, large-scale dairy conversions in New Zealand are at an end, says Waikato Milking Systems chief executive NZ Campbell Parker.
Waikato Milking Systems product and project manager Andy Geissmann believes there’s plenty of scope for Kiwis working in the emerging sheep and goat dairy sectors to export.
Waikato Milking Systems (WMS) will use Fieldays to promote its expansion beyond milking systems into effluent and environmental products.
More farmers are buying dairy technology that gives them a fast payback, says Waikato Milking Systems.
More farmers are buying dairy technology that pays for itself promptly, says Waikato Milking Systems chief executive NZ Campbell Parker.
Adding modern technology to a dairy farm is an effective way of increasing efficiency, boosting productivity and better managing your cows.
Two 80-BAIL Waikato Milking Systems (WMS) rotary platforms are at the heart of a new 10,000 cow dairy farm in China.