We communicate with many representatives of agribusiness and often come across the opinion of farmers, especially Russian ones, that despite the technologies introduced, employees continue to work incorrectly.
Results of the Forum "Economic and Technological Efficiency of Dairy Production - 2020" - Smart4Agro
On September 9, in Moscow Region, an international forum “SEYMARTEC MILK. ECONOMIC AND TECHNOLOGICAL EFFICIENCY OF DAIRY LIVESTOCK - 2020 ".
Analyzing data on a dairy farm allows you to improve milk yield, work out the structure of the herd qualitatively and improve the financial situation of the enterprise.
A dairy farm is a complex agricultural enterprise, one of the goals of which is financial stability. In this article, we'll show you how to use farm audit data for financial planning, cost optimization, and loss reduction.
In one of the previous articles, we talked about the need for an audit on the farm, which can be carried out using Dairy Production Analytics. We received the following questions.
Probably, every farm owner is looking for ways to optimize production and may wonder why farms that look the same at first glance have different results. He begins to evaluate his competitors and compare with himself: we opened about one year, we have equipment and software of the same vendors, the number of livestock and staff is comparable, etc.
Herd management systems, automation of milking and feeding processes, various types of monitoring systems are excellent tools that should increase the efficiency of the farm. At the same time, automation and the ability to monitor often lead to the fact that the farm staff sits at the computer, and does not work with animals in the field.
We have previously indicated that farm employees are a determining factor in success. Therefore, the result of their activities should be understandable and measurable. We are talking not only about the quality of milk, its volume and increase in livestock, but also the specific results of the work of each employee.
Over the past month, we talked to a large number of consultants, experts and professionals in the dairy industry and came across an opinion that we fully share.
Let's continue our research on the effect of THI on milk yield. We settled on the fact that at normal THI values (below 69), our client's milk yield per dairy cow should have reached the level of 25-26 kg.
The Temperature Humidity Index (THI) is an indicator that takes into account the combined effects of ambient temperature and relative humidity and is a useful and simple way to assess the risk of heat stress.
According to UN FAO Russia is still among the countries with the highest milk shortages. At the same time, Russian producers are actively engaged in the export.
In this article we will try to reveal the idea and essence of digital counterparts in dairy production, their benefits, especially in a pandemic.
Digital transformation is not the installation of modern equipment or software, it is, first of all, fundamental changes in approaches to management, corporate culture, external communications.
DPA service allows you to reduce costs associated with maintaining the health of cows, labor costs and reproduction, to solve the strategic tasks of the business: to expand production, opening new units.
ALAN-IT has completed the migration of Smart4Agro IoT service for agriculture from Microsoft solutions to Open Source technology.
In the period from October 16 to October 18, the international forum "Digital Agricultural Holding: Technological Innovation and Economic Effects - 2019" was held in Krasnodar.
On October 9, an event dedicated to the digital transformation of the agro-industrial sector was held - the Digital Agroindustry Forum.
On October 1, 2018, the DairyProductionAnalytics service was put into commercial operation at Voshkazhnikovo.
On November 1, within the framework of Agro Day, a meeting of representatives of the agricultural business and the ALAN Company was held together with partners from Microsoft, Hexagon Geosystems and DunavNET.
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