In-line Milk analyzer
Why BROLIS HerdLine?
By detecting diseases and improving the quality of milk produced by your dairy cows, BROLIS HerdLine delivers greater control and oversight over your dairy herd. It’s also a powerful diagnostic tool that can help to improve the genetics of your livestock.
Now you’ll be able to make decisions that increase farm productivity through improved milk quality, detect early stages of disease, and – significantly – reduce business inputs, boosting productivity and profitability.
BROLIS at EuroTier 2022
BROLIS will participate in a world-leading trade fair for professional animal husbandry and livestock management, EuroTier 2022 which will be held on 15–18 of November in Hanover, Germany.
Benefits – a productive advantage
The BROLIS HerdLine in-line milk analyzer is like a mini laboratory on your dairy farm. Easy to install and use, our leading edge technology gives you vital information about the health and productivity of your dairy herd.
First, we take a look at the infrastructure on your farm to determine compatibility of our in-line milk analyzers with your existing milking equipment in order to maintain milk production without unnecessary interruptions.
BROLIS HerdLine is self-contained – an important feature of our technology – and can be used with on-farm milk volume meters. That means you won’t have to use additional reagents or take milk samples to assess milk characteristics. The system is cleaned during milking line washing procedure.
Once we’ve assessed the compatibility of your existing milking infrastructure, our specialists will install BROLIS HerdLine. We test the system to ensure everything works according to specification. Before long, your milking schedule will soon yield information-rich data that’s needed to run a modern farming operation.
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Profit from BROLIS HerdLine technology
Central to our technology is the synthesis of advanced III-V materials, chip development, hybrid integration of III-V components into silicon photonics, and system design and assembly. Of particular significance is how we apply artificial intelligence to integrate sensors that provide the customer with information, suggestions and solutions.
Right from when we started in 2011, we’ve created a group of laser sensors that can be applied in various fields, including: beverage production; sports; personalized medicine, agriculture; and especially dairy farming, a leading agricultural sector.
Because dairy farming continues to rapidly modernize, it needs increasingly intelligent solutions to help farmers manage their herd more accurately and efficiently, increase farm profitability and reduce environmental damage.
The efficiency and sustainability of dairy farms depend heavily on the genetics and health of the cattle. Milk is a data stream that encodes important information about cattle health, genetics and metabolism. BROLIS HerdLine sensors analyze the milk from each dairy cow and measure the amount of substances it contains, such as protein, fat, etc.