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A robotic feed pusher installed on a South Island dairy farm is reportedly increasing production and offering significant labour savings.
Robotics has moved out of the talking stage and into the early doing stages, says the chief executive of Plant and Food Research, David Hughes.
Nestled in the hills on the edge of the Canterbury Plains is a small and surprisingly high tech buffalo farm.
Ngāi Tahu Farming is trialling two different trellis systems installed with an eye to eventual robotic harvesting.
Is a robotic milking system an option for your farm? According to DairyNZ it depends on many factors.
The University of Auckland is leading a collaborative project to build multi-purpose robotic systems for orchards.
A new device which combines robotics, mechanics and chemistry is set to hit the market to combat one of the biggest problems on dairy farms – nitrogen leaching from cow urine patches.
THE OWNERS of the world’s largest robotic farm under one roof, Aad and Wilma van Leeuwen, say they were particularly attracted to the DeLaval robotic milkers due to the Herd Navigator technology.