By A. Meijering, H. Hogeveen, C. J. A. M. de Koning
This booklet displays the data on computerized milking generated worldwide because the yr 2000. Its is a compendium of the current kingdom of data within the box of automated milking
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Only few farmers disagree that AM has improved their health, while about one third has experienced no changes on their health. Two thirds of all farmers state that their quality of life has increased. Noteworthy is that the improvements in quality of life are relatively unaffected by the chosen growth strategy. Introduction Socio-economic research on the adoption of a new technology usually follows two lines. One line investigates who innovates and why they do so, in other words the determinants of innovation.
The agreement seems to be independent from herd size category, as also the large majority of the group(+) farms (89%) agree. 5% says to have less time for hobbies. In Belgian and Germany no farmer disagrees with the statement. In total 62% of the farmers says to have more time for hobbies. Again, the effect seems independent of herd size change category. Two thirds of the farmers say the quality of life of their family has improved. The Dutch farmers see their quality of life least improved (54% agree), the German farmers most improved (91% agree).
In The Netherlands grazing is common practice (>80%). However, about 52% of the farms with an AM-system apply grazing, showing that grazing in combination with AM is less common, but still possible (Van der Vorst & Ouweltjes, 2003). Grazing is critical to low cost milk production in New Zealand, and while there is no commercial use of AMS in that country at this time, the “Greenfield” project uses automatic milking in a 100% grazing system under very different circumstances than those found in Europe.
A better understanding Automatic Milking by A. Meijering, H. Hogeveen, C. J. A. M. de Koning