Written by PD Editor Karen Lee
Friday, 26 April 2013 11:40
Never in his wildest dreams did Jake Peissig think he’d see a 30-pound-per-cow increase when he and his father built a new robotic milking facility.
Now, according to a DeLaval press release, JTP Farms in Dorchester, Wisconsin, achieved the highest production for any VMS (voluntary milking system) customer in the world – and possibly any producer milking robotically.
In a seven-day period this winter, the dairy – owned by Tom and Peggy Peissig and Jake and Tolea Peissig – harvested an average of 6,453 pounds of milk per milking station from their 247-cow herd, equaling 104.5 pounds per day.
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