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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.
Large numbers turned out to a recent 'show and tell' at a Lely robotic-milking farm near Morrinsville, owned by the Cameron family.
Post-milking teat spray is known to improve udder health by helping reduce infection by the highly resistant staphylococcus.