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Machine malfunctions cause teat damage and increase the risk of mastitis infection. Having Best Practices for Developing Policies, Processes, and Procedures is great insurance. With Synergie Training Regular Testing, and Maintenance of milking equipment will improve the speed and completeness of milking, and will help reduce mastitis. Lower your costs and Stress on your herd and workforce.

Machine milking, is a good symbiosis, you need to compromise.

The main mission of machine milking !
Is to remove the available milk from each cow's udder quickly and completely, without slipping or falling, with minimum discomfort to the cow and minimum damage to her teats. Balancing these goals requires compromise because:
 Maximizing milking speed often results in less complete and/or less gentle milking.
 Maximizing completeness of milking generally results in slower and less gentle milking.
 Maximizing gentleness results in slower milking and may result in less complete milking.

We Use the Latest Testing Equipment to ensure your plant runs efficiently

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  • Milking Machine Testing

    THE MILKING machine is often blamed as a major cause of mastitis and milk quality problems. To minimise problems it is vital to test the plant while cows are being milked We find equipment problems on most dairies even though 90% or more of the farms that we visit are maintainedMilking Machine Test

  • Mastitis Control

    Mastitis is costing the UK dairy industry around £150 million a year and is the third most common reason for cows to be culled.Mastitis Control

  • Advisory Service

    If a client is not achieving premium payments for his or her milk we can investigate the reasons for this and help them to produce milk of a quality that will attract these payments. Such an investigation might involve analysing the incidence of mastitis in the herd, the tube usage, the individual somatic cell counts of the cows and reviewing the milking routine and the environment in which the cows liveAdvisory Service