Efficient Farming Systems and Profitable Solutions

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Efficient Farming Systems and Profitable Solutions

Choosing the most efficient harvesting system is about planning and maintaining the overview – about starting with the end.

Seasonal effects, such as field conditions, changing crop intensity during the season and - in particular - the weather requires a flexible harvesting system, which can be quickly adjusted to the conditions facing you today.

You need capacity to get the job done in time during a dry spell, before the weather changes again. An adaptable system of implements that complements each other is imperative, when making the complete harvesting process as efficient and accurate as possible.

South of Stenungsund, Anrås Gård is run, so far as a leasehold, by Pontus and Mathilda Sandén. The milking parlour, with a tied-up system of short stalls and tube milking, was rebuilt after a fire in 1994 and has room for 55 yearling cows and recruitment. On a nearby farm that the couple also leases, there is a stable with room for 120 bulls that are raised for slaughter. These are partly the farm's own dairy bulls and partly bulls that are bought half a year old in the autumn and sent for slaughter about a year later.

Confidence with Kverneland

Pontus and Mathilda Sandén believe in a future in agriculture. The planning of a new stable with robotic milking and a substantial increase in the numbe...