Quality control at every udder quarter

GEA DairyMilk M6850 cell count sensor

GEA’s DairyMilk M6850 is the first somatic cell count system in the world to focus on each udder quarter individually during the entire milking process. This early detection system alerts you at the very first sign. That helps you minimize treatment time, safeguard the healing process, and ensure the continuous productivity of your healthy herd. Suitable for GEA’s new DairyRobot R9500, former Monobox or DairyProQ, its’ superior monitoring technology gives you key benefits for ultra-efficient animal management – now and in the future.

Four-fold precision for better oversight

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Starting today, you can automatically stay four times ahead for ultra-efficient animal management. GEA’s innovative M6850 sensor uses EPT technology, a patented, physical method to measure somatic cell counts in milk, with no resources or reagents. This state-of-the-art technology gives you unmatched efficiency – with no extra costs and guaranteed transparency.

Full overview of udder health

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The innovative M6850 somatic cell count sensor is miles ahead of other measuring methods. Based on patented EPT technology, the system analyses milk flow at each udder quarter individually and continuously, giving your GEA automated milking system unmatched efficiency. Boost your early detection capabilities to protect the health of your herd better than ever before.

The ultimate in udder health

Healthy, contented cows are the foundation of your efficient and cost-effective dairy business. GEA’s M6850 somatic cell count sensor monitors each udder quarter individually throughout the entire milking process, providing you with key benefits for ultra-efficient animal management. Boost your early detection capabilities by upgrading your system now. It’s easy to install and can be integrated into your GEA Monobox, new DairyRobot R9500, former Monobox or DairyProQ at any time.

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