CERES, CA – Green Source Automation announced another new customer coming on board in the Midwest United States. VDS Farms has fully embraced dairy automation and is installing two RotaryMATE robots on its 40-stall rotary parlor, one robot for the Pre-milking position (RotaryMATE EXPS) and one robot for the Post-milking position (RotaryMATE EXPD).
"We have seen the dairy industry moving in this direction for many years now and have been preparing for this at our dairy," said Camille Vanpee, Director of VDS Farms. "Green Source Automation is the clear leader in rotary parlor automation and we were very impressed with what they’ve accomplished at other dairies. We’re excited to bring the robots to our barn and take advantage of the consistent, reliable processing of the herd and all the benefits that come from that."
Jim Frias, President of Green Source Automation, said, "We are thrilled to be working with VDS Farms on their automation strategy. We are seeing more and more customers with rotaries of all sizes coming to us to start automating their barns. VDS Farms is the perfect example of how dairy automation makes sense for dairymen whether you are operating a 106-stall rotary or a 40-stall rotary or any number in between. Their enthusiasm for automation and forward-thinking approach to their business ensures they are prepared for the future while also taking full advantage of the opportunities they have today."
Green Source has deployed RotaryMATE Pre- and Post-dip robots and other dairy automation technologies throughout the United States and has more real-world field-testing than any other manufacturer. Green Source is able to provide solutions for customers with rotary parlors from any manufacturer and with any number of stalls.
Video Footage of RotaryMATE EXPS in action!
Click here: The EXPS cleans, sanitizes, and stimulates the cows prior to milk cups being attached.
Video Footage of RotaryMATE EXPD in action!
Click here: The EXPD identifies each teat in real-time and applies post-dip chemical accurately and consistently after the milk cups have been detached.
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