Dairy farming can be a stressful job. Long days, labor shortages, fluctuation in commodity prices, and animal well-being are just some of the sources of stress for dairy farmers.
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Dairy production has evolved over the last century, heck it’s evolved a lot over the last five years! Automatic milking systems (AMS), also called voluntary milking systems (VMS), are monitored by herd management software. This system has many parts and can measure milk quality, cow health, and much more.
A happy employee produces better quality work, supposedly. This is equally true for cows.
We’ve heard it all. Almond milk this, soy milk that, oat, hemp, cashew, coconut… To quote the comedian Jack Whitehall, "Can we stop milking things already?!" But the big question we often get asked in the dairy industry is: