HELPING FARMERS AROUND THE WORLD IMPROVE THE HEALTH OF THEIR HERDS
Fight mastitis and lower somatic cell count with the ADF Automatic Dipping & Flushing System. Herd health improves as healthier cows move up through the herd.
After milking teats are dipped and protected from infection in an instant. With the ADF System the risk of the negative pressure that is present in the udder immediately after milking drawing infection into the teat canal is dramatically reduced. Cross contamination between cows is controlled by sanitising liners between each individual milking. Every teat, on every cow, at every milking is dipped on time and benefits from sanitised liners. Improving cow health and increasing yield milk quality and profitability.
The ADF System has been tried, tested and proven by dairy farmers all around the world. Endorsed by industry experts over the last 10 years we know that the ADF System is an essential tool in mastitis reduction. We have thousands of happy customers who swear by the system – many of which tell us that now they have their mastitis cases and somatic cell counts under control they are achieving both higher milk yields and cow longevity.
Reduce mastitis cases, save time & money and increase the efficiency of your milking parlour. The benefits of the ADF Milking System start immediately post milking by protecting the teat at the right time, every time.
By automating the dipping and flushing process post milking you can speed up milking or reduce the number of staff members in the milking parlour at any one time, freeing up time to be used more productively on your farm.
Healthy cows are profitable cows. Saving on vet bills, antibiotics and labour costs increase profits. Improving your cow throughput, returning cows to the feed quicker, allowing more time for rest and milk production greatly aids efficiency and improves profitability.
ADF ensures that every teat on every cow is dipped at the optimum time after milking. Cow traffic runs more smoothly and milk let-down improves, taking the stress out of the parlour for the farmer and the cow.