By A. Meijering, H. Hogeveen, C. J. A. M. de Koning
This e-book displays the data on computerized milking generated worldwide because the 12 months 2000. Its is a compendium of the current nation of information within the box of computerized milking
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The introduction of automatic milking has a large impact on the farm and affects all aspects of dairy farming. Because milking is voluntary there is large variation in milking intervals. Both farm management and the lifestyle of the farmer is altered by automatic milking. AM-systems require a higher investment than conventional milking systems but increased milk yields and reduced labour may lead to lower fixed costs per kg milk. Successful adoption of automatic milking depends on the management skills of the farmer and the barn layout and farming conditions.