News & Events


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Jan 2017

Dairy Growth in Tough Times.

Dairy Growth in Tough Times.

The herd of Pedigree Holsteins produce an average yield of 9,500 litres milking 210 cows, with butter fat at 4.35 and milk protein of 3.3 all on a calving index of 385days.  The new unit with the existing one will give them a total of 315 cubicles. This covers dry cow and heifer accommodation. The […]

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29

Jul 2016

Monitor Your Herds Behaviour Through Video Technology.

Monitor Your Herds Behaviour Through Video Technology.

Have you ever thought about your cows giving their opinion on your dairy unit? How they would actually prefer it to be in order to be less stressed and more productive. Wilson Agri. Ltd has a service that gives dairy farmers a bird’s eye view of their building and how it is performing by setting […]

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5

Feb 2016

Swedish Dairy Farm Has No Lame Excuse’s!

Swedish Dairy Farm Has No Lame Excuse’s!

Bengt Gustafsson runs a very successful dairy operation in Horn Sweden.

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26

May 2015

Scottish Flagship Unit Kennetsideheads Expansion

Scottish Flagship Unit Kennetsideheads Expansion

Jimmy & Sandy Mitchel expand their main dairy unit to house just shy of 1,000 cows on their Kennetsideheads Farm. Using C50 Cubicles, Pasture Mats with 40mm Premium Pad, Poly Pillow and Zig Zag Rubber all from Wilson’s.

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20

Feb 2015

Milk robot unit - nearly ready for the cows

Milk robot unit - nearly ready for the cows

The start of 2015 has seen a lot of new installations being complete.  We are excited to work on some of these large new units, and oversee the installation of Wilson Agriculture supplied equipment. This is a guided flow milk robot unit.  We have installed Cowcoon stalls, complete with the Gel mattresses and pillow brisket […]

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9

Jan 2015

Planning for the year ahead

Planning for the year ahead

  The start of the year is a great time to access your needs for the year ahead.  Perhaps now is an opportunity to contact us and have a chat about updating existing housing or planning for new housing. It is important to watch your cows while they are housed, and identify how well your […]

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