CINCINNATI, OH, June 24, 2013 /CNW/ - Dairymaster will be showing dairy
producers how they can make their operations more efficient at the
first Precision Dairy Conference to be held in the USA, at the Mayo
Centre in Rochester, Minnesota this week. The Company is not only a
leader in integrating technology into farming, but its products are
proven to increase yields, improve animal health and keeps milk fresh
for longer, safer and with less expenditure on power.
"Our milking parlors have been tested and those tests showed that they
produce 5% more milk, milk each cow an average a minute faster. They
also reduce squawking and, in turn, that cuts down on mastitis. Because
of advanced technologies our rotaries are operating with fewer labor
units. This is science applied to make producers' lives easier and more
profitable" said Dr Edmond Harty, CEO & Technical Director,
Dairymaster. "This is why we are proud to be a platinum sponsor of the
United States' first ever precision dairy conference."
The effectiveness of Dairymaster's solutions is demonstrated through
their strategic partnership with Select Sires, one of the country's
largest AI companies. Dairymaster's heat detection system - the most
accurate heat detection system on the market is sold as Select Detect
in the USA.
Dairymaster's Select Detect Mobile app revolutionised the dairy
industry, allows dairy producers more freedom and flexibility, while
still allowing them to increase pregnancy rate. The app has changed
the way fertility is managed and is very successful to date.
Dairymaster focus is on improving performance and it has focused on how
to use technologies as diverse as accelerometers, nanotechnology and
motion sensors combined with an intimate knowledge of dairy farming and
the behaviour of cattle. That has produced a suite of high performance
products for milking, feeding, cooling, manure scrapers and heat
detection that allows for almost every aspect of herd management to be
"Automating herd management is only scratching the surface of what our
equipment can do," says Harty. "What it can do is treat each cow within
the herd as an individual. She can be milked, inseminated, fed and
medicated according to her individual needs which means more profit for
Earlier this month Dr Harty was a finalist for World Entrepreneur of the
Year by Ernst and Young in a prestigious competition which has been
dubbed the Oscars of the business world after successfully winning the
national competition, "This award is recognition of Dairymaster's
strategy for sustainable growth, innovation and capability to optimise
product differentiation in the marketplace and provide unrivalled speed
to market" said Harty.
"At Dairymaster we talk about making farming more profitable, enjoyable
and sustainable" said Harty. "There are dairy farms across the country
and the world who are using our technology and finding just that. We
want to invite everyone visiting the Precision Dairy Conference to
visit our booth and see how they can too."
For further information:
Lisa Herlihy, Marketing Manager +353-87-9529291