Knowledge Blog

As UNIFORM-Agri strongly believes that knowledge is the key to successful dairy farming, we do our best to educate dairy farmers worldwide the best we can. Below you can read some blogs about trends in the dairy industry.

Are your cows asking for comfort?

Have you ever noticed that your cows tell you what is going on with them? Read a text written by André Navarro Lobato, who explains a big challenge they have in Brazil and how our software helps him to detect gaps expressed by the cows. […]

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Impact of heat stress on animal performance

Did you know that second calf cows seem to be most sensitive to heat stress? Camilla Groenhoff studied the effect of heat stress on animal performance in the Netherlands at UNIFORM-Agri during her graduation project. […]

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Evaluate milk production using SPP

Imagine that you arrived at farm and faced two cows. The unique information that comes to you immediately is: one produces 25 L / day and the other 31 L / day. So, you are asked: which cow is the best in production? […}

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Internet of things

Innovation in agriculture is constand and necessary for the sake of productive efficiency. We currently work with highly specialized hardware and standalone equipment that are extremely efficient with real-time information gathering. […}

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Dutch Dairy Farming

The small, giant Netherlands as a reference to Brazilian Farmers. The Netherlands, along with many other European countries passed through important phases related to the progression of dairy farming. […}

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The new era of dairy farming

A projection for the population by 2050 is that we reach 9.7 billion people on earth., approximately 2 billion more people to feed. […]

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International Farm Comparison Project

Dairy farming has developed over recent years into a more professional and intensive process. There are still many differences among regions around the world. […]

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Conception rate: how to analyze

All milk producers certainly have a similar desire “to have pregnant cows”. This is abvious, considering the product that brings the money, milk, comes after calving. […]

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