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Lely's new milestone in automated milking, the Lely Astronaut A5, will debut at the National Fieldays.
Automation company Lely says fully robotic farms are the future for the booming global dairy industry.
Dairy automation company Lely says its new milking robot will be available in New Zealand within months.
While robotic (voluntary) milking systems appear to be gaining in popularity, the Fisher Farm, between Cambridge and Te Awamutu, has a head start on today’s converts.
Younger generations are growing up surrounded by technology and the advancement of these technologies is ferocious.
A UK research company suggests the market for agricultural robots and drones, now about $3 billion annually, will balloon to $10b by 2022.
Robotics will play a huge role in the future of horticulture, but it is no use building robots no one can afford, says Steve Saunders, founding director of Newman Park Innovation Centre, Tauranga.
A 6500-head dairy farm in Chile will become the world's largest robotic dairy after signing an agreement to install 64 DeLaval VMS milking robots.