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    Monthly Archives: March 2014

    Dairymaster on Sky TV…

    Sky TV’s Innovation in Agriculture programme visited the Dairymaster Global Headquarters and manufacturing facility in Ireland recently to investigate how our innovative technology can make dairy farming more profitable, enjoyable and sustainable. The show will be aired on Sunday 30th March at 11.30am on SKY channel 212 or BBC/ITV freesat 401.

    They witnessed first-hand that advanced technology is used in both products and processes in Dairymaster. The show will feature some of the Dairymaster team and its CEO Dr Edmond Harty. It will also discuss the latest in dairy technology and engineering of Dairymaster products and the impact they are having on the dairy industry.

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    Video: Cookstown Dairy Services Launch Success

    Dairymaster were delighted with the turn out at the launch of  the Cookstown Dairy Services new service depot at the Thomas Flynn and Sons Ltd open evenings. Thomas Flynn and Sons Ltd have partnered with Dairymaster and Cookstown Dairy Services to add a full Dairymaster Service Centre to their modern facility in The Downs, Mullingar, Co. Westmeath. The new service depot will allow dairy farmers the opportunity  to avail of expert advice and planning on existing parlour extensions and upgrades. The new service depot is fully stocked with the latest range of dairy consumables.

    Check out the video to see highlights of the Udder Race, and farmers talk about their experiences with Dairymaster and Cookstown Dairy Services, Thomas Flynn and Sons and much more! 

     

    5 Things to Consider When Choosing a Cow Heat Detection System

    5 Things to Consider When Choosing a Cow Heat Detection SystemHeat Detection is a task on the dairy farm that has become an art that requires a lot of skill and farm experience. To get the best results for your farm it can be very time consuming and requires working unsocial hours. Did you know that 75% of cows are coming into heat between 8pm and 6am and 30% of heats last less than 8 hours!

    The last few years has seen the development of activity based heat detection systems that has made the task of heat detection less costly, time consuming and much less daunting. These devices enables farmers to focus on other important jobs on the farm while ensuring your cows become pregnant sooner.

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