MG Milker herd management system

Description

Automation is a real aid to good management practices. With the right information on cattle health, welfare, milk production and costs, the farmer can make the correct herd management decisions. Automation also frees time from mundane manual tasks allowing the farmer to concentrate on what matters-managing his farm.

• Herd management increases productivity and reduces workload.
• Data can be entered both automatically and manually.
• Adapts to parlor dimensions and requests.

Advantages:

An antenna located at the entrance of each side of te parlor identified each cow which go through the gate. The cow number will be shown on the display. When the milking starts, the date are shown on the respective displays and will be send to the computer. Milk flow detectors are used to sense the end of milk flow and activate automatic cluster removal. Best results with ICAR approved milk meters. The system can detect mastitis and other diseases, so precautions can be made to further spread. If a diseased cow is detected then the milking process will be not started. This will save you many hours of work each week, while giving you better control of you herd and each cow – to improve productuvity and profitability.

For standard ICAR approved terms, the milk meter works along with these parts:

• Electronic pulsator with initial massage
• LCD display
• Electronic milk meter unit with sensor that detects milk temperature so the conductivity basis of all diseases can recognized early
• A sampler cup is also mounted on this unit.
• Automatic cluster remover
• Clusters

The temperature and conductivity of the milk are measured by a sensor mounted on the milk measuring instrument to determine whether there is a disease in the milk. A sampler cup is also attached to the milk gauge and this contrainer can be removed when needed. With this system, information about the herd can be collected by taking samples manually.

As each milking head appears in the upper left photo; a digital milk meter, a piston and two electronic pulsators. Another pulsator controls the two adjacent pistons. As a result, three pulsators are used in total. These pulsators do not have electronic cards. Two from the left pulsators control the milk meter and piston. At the start of milking, the pulsators activate milk meter and the piston and at the end of milking, the milk pulsators deactivate milk meter and the piston. The pulsator on the right connects to the milking group and provides a quick and trouble-free milking with the signal received from the electric panel.

Automatic washing system for milking parlors

• Display show the washing cycles
• Motor and circuit protective function
• Acid and alcaline cleaners are independently dosed
• 3 basic washing cycles with prewashing, washing and final rinse.