Tangorra, Francesco Maria and Pazzona, Antonio Luigi and Murgia, Lelia and Moroni, Paolo and Leonardi, Stefano and Caria, Maria and Bronzo, Valerio (2010) Robotic milking of buffaloes: a preliminary survey on milking capacity of automatic milking systems. In: First North American Conference on Precision Dairy Management: session 3, 2-5 March 2010, Toronto, Canada. [S.l], Precision Dairy Management.  p. Conference or Workshop Item.
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Automatic Milking Systems (AMS) represent a steady technology in dairy cows with more than 8500 milking units (MU) installed worldwide, especially in North Western Europe where are located about 80% of the automatic milking farms. Main advantages of AMS in cows are better labor organization, improved animal behavior and increased milk yields (Hogeveen, H., 2001). In dairy buffaloes AMS are a worldwide absolute novelty and the first milking robots (4) were installed in a farm located in South Italy (Campania) since May 2008. Aim of the present survey was to evaluate the milking capacity of AMS in dairy buffaloes.
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