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Eurotier 2018

 

Program Advanced Dairy Farming - Seminar
Tuesday 13 November - 14.00 hours

This seminar takes place on November 13, from 14.00h – 16.15h during the Eurotier 2018 in room New York 2.
Entrance is free, but we like you to pre-register so we can reserve your seat and a free magazine.
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Advanced Dairy Farming
Dairy farms are getting bigger and this challenges the craftsmanship of dairy farmers to keep the cows healthy and productive. An increasing amount of technology and tools are coming to market that help dairy farmers to do just that. Think of sensors or new and more efficient ways to run the farm and pastures. In this seminar, we take a look at a selection of current and near future applications and ideas in advanced dairy farming that help dairy farmers make better decisions in their daily work.

  Agenda Tuesday 13 November 14.00 - 16.15 hours - Advanced Dairy Farming

Emmy
Opening by host Proagrica,
Emmy Koeleman, chief editor Dairy Global
 Dairy Global

   
Kristine Piccart

Progress and challenges in precision dairy farming
Kristine Piccart, PhD, Precision livestock researcher at ILVO

  • Overview current state of affairs in precision dairy farming
  • The challenges hampering the adoption of new technologies in practice
 ILVO

   
Roxie Muller

Nedap brings Augmented Reality to the dairy farm
Roxie Muller, Innovation Manager at Nedap

  • How Augmented Reality can improve the interaction between technology and dairy farmers
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 Valentin Nenov

Transition cows - break the vicious circle of metabolic disorders & systemic inflammation to increase milk profit
Dr. Valentin Nenov, DVM, MBA, Global Ruminant Manager at Phileo

  • The weeks around parturition are the most challenging during the life of the dairy cow with great impact on the cow's productivity throughout the whole lactation
  • Systemic inflammation during the first weeks post calving is correlated with higher incidences of metabolic disorders and reduces milk yield
  • New studies demonstrate that controlling the inflammation around calving can significantly improve the metabolic adaptation and increase milk yield


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