Just one touch gets it going...
In a fully automated Swiftflo Swing parlor when the operator is ready for milking entering one function number into any milk meter will switch the plant from cleaning to milking mode. As each cow enters the plant the auto id reader identifies her. This works in conjunction with VoiceAssist Dairymaster's Parlor sound system and relays a sound message so that the operator hears any messages associated with each cow on entry to the plant and again when the swing over arm is activated.
Dairymaster's Swiftflo Bailing is the ultimate means of individual cow control as it ensures that all cows load into position quickly and safely and that they line up for milking in the exact order in which they enter the plant. When milking is complete the bailing system lifts clear of the cows ensuring they have the optimum amount of space in order to make a rapid exit.
The operator can easily milk the herd with the help of labour saving devices such as Automatic Cluster Removers. During milking as the operator swings across the arms, the Weighall Milk Meter is automatically activated and feeding is initiated taking the hard work out of milking. This not only saves valuable time for herd management but allows one operator to manage large plants with ease and speed. At the touch of a button the operator can divert milk to a separate receiver. This can be used to divert milk effortlessly for calf rearing.
Technology that makes your life easier...
The benefits of a Swiftflo swing parlor are that the pit is much clearer which provides a better working environment by reducing the space the droppers and clusters take up in the pit. Milk hoses are shorter which means better milking, reduced maintenance costs and better cluster alignment. The AquaJetz wash line is located underneath the cow standing area. This parlor is extremely labour saving as many tasks can be completed by using one function.
In recent scientific trials the Dairymaster cluster yielded 5% more when compared to another commonly used commercially available cluster. Dairymaster high performance Swiftflo clusters have been designed to have the lowest levels of liner slip, excellent milk out, faster milking and lower shear forces on teats. Dairymaster's electronic pulsation system mimics the natural way of milking and the vacuum profile of a Dairymaster milking unit is very similar to that of a calf suckling.
Dairymaster's objective is the make milking easy and the operator can easily milk the herd with the help of labour saving devices such as Automatic Cluster Removers. During milking as the operator swings across the arms, the Weighall Milk Meter is automatically activated and feeding is initiated taking the hard work out of milking. This not only saves valuable time for herd management but allows one operator to manage large plants with ease and speed. At the touch of a button the operator can divert milk to a separate receiver. This can be used to divert milk effortlessly for calf rearing.
Efficiency at your fingertips.
Progressive dairy farmers choose this milking system based on its ease of operation and high throughput in terms of cows per hour and litres/pounds of milk per operator per hour. Operator and cow comfort are second to none as these parlors are designed to provide maximum comfort with a view to increasing efficiency and throughput.
Extensive scientific research has proven the performance of the Dairymaster Swiftflo Parlor design and satisfied farmers worldwide are further evidence of its success.
The opportunity to possibly increase milk payments…
As farms are getting larger the
Dairymaster ClusterCleanse is an immense aid for improving milking
hygiene and is of great assistance for farmers fighting the battle
against the spread of contagious mastitis during milking such as
The Dairymaster ClusterCleanse rinses each cluster after each cow is milked which results in a more hygienic cluster for the next cow. This reduces the risk of "cow-to-cow" cross infection and contagious mastitis. Lower SCC means higher milk quality payments and better herd health.
Normally when a cow that is infected with Staph Aureus bacteria is milked, these bacteria remain in the liner in large quantities and can be spread to subsequent cows. Usually this is controlled by segregating cows with an infection and milking them last. The Dairymaster ClusterCleanse eliminates this requirement.