Top level sensor-based technologies for milk
In the conventional milking parlor, monitoring milk flow and measuring milk volume gives you valuable information on each cow’s performance. In GEA’s automated milking systems, this takes place in more detail by measuring milk volume and determining conductivity per individual udder quarter. The cell count sensor GEA DairyMilk M6850 is a top performer and can be easily installed in the GEA DairyRobot R9500 and the DairyProQ. As the world’s first real-time system, the sensor technology analyzes the cell count classes in the milk during each milking of every cow at each individual teat.
With the analysis per udder quarter you can immediately detect a beginning mastitis. By initiating appropriate measures faster, you can bring the cow back to her usual performance level more quickly. Early detection and shortened treatment periods are the key factor for effective udder health management. Learn more about GEA’s leading herd management tools that will successfully help you reduce milk loss and treatment costs!