Robotic Automation and Its Role in Milk Production

Published on: 07/08/2020
Author/s : Jackson Nay / Australia's Livestock Exporters

Those days are long gone when cows were enclosed within a pen to restrain their movement. Now they are set free at the farm until brought inside the milking area. As for the milking of cows is concerned, it is no longer a back-breaking job. Nowadays, milking is done with the help of robotic automation, without involving humans. This method significantly alleviates the workload of dairy farmers. ...

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Dr.Syed Amjad Ali Dr.Syed Amjad Ali
DVM (Doctor of Veterinary Medicine) & M.sc (Hon) in Livestock Management in the Subject of Livestock & Dairy Development
July 8, 2020
It's good practice to minimise labour cost but on other hand it contribute Un employment at large.
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