Dip application performance utilizing GEA’s automated in-liner technology was measured during a commercial farm trial. In total 4,541 teats from 307 cows were observed for 4 consecutive days, demonstrating a highly effective dipping rate of 91.6%.
Robot Performance Data: Data gathered from U.S. herds over a 6-month period. Farms were robot rotaries or had 4 or more boxes and over 400 total cow milkings per day.
SCC Data: Averages based off a random sampling of GEA robot farms in the U.S. and Canada in 2019.
Dip Coverage Study: Results were measured by the percentage of teats with a drop of teat dip at the teat orifice. Berg W, Rose-Meierhöfer S, Ammon C, Kobbe C. 2014. Dipping efficiency and teat dip residues in milk using an automatic dipping system. Journal of Dairy Science. 97(6):3689–3693.
Results on individual farms may vary depending on factors such as (but not limited to): system configuration and settings, herd characteristics, management protocols and equipment maintenance. No specific results are guaranteed. This data does not constitute warranties of any kind.