Automated technology saves time and improves conception rates on dairy farms

Jeanette Severs
January 25 2024 - 5:00pm
Kelvin Jackson doesn't use automated heat technology but with his son now his sharefarmer, believes change is only a matter of time. Picture by Jeanette Severs
Kelvin Jackson doesn't use automated heat technology but with his son now his sharefarmer, believes change is only a matter of time. Picture by Jeanette Severs

Dairy farmers have long been using observation in the dairy and the paddock, heat detection stickers, evidence of mastitis in the filter and testing milk for progesterone to drive their decision making around health and reproduction in their herds.

Jeanette Severs

Jeanette Severs

Journalist

I research and write articles across a broad range of topics for an agricultural and rural readership. My hours of work are part-time - generally Monday, Tuesday and Friday.

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