The Verder Group, a Dutch family-owned business specialising in the manufacture and distribution of industrial products, acquired in its entirety the 230 year old UK based Fullwood Packo Group, experts in milking machines, milk cooling and specialist products for the food and pharmaceutical industries.
The Fullwood FC2 ACR is a new generation of cluster removers, designed with the needs of animal and operator in mind. The compact design of the flow sensor ensures that cluster removal takes place at precisely the correct milk flow, preventing "over milking" and therefore safe guarding udder health and milk quality.
The Fullwood FC2 is based on FarmCAN™, which combines power and communication to link all components together. The build in self-diagnostics will inform the user and service engineer about the working of the individual components. This simple, modular solution, ensures designing, installing, configuring, servicing and daily operation of the parlour, are all much easier and faster.
A 10 minutes presentation video about the highlights of Crystal is now available on Youtube!
After starting the video, one can select fullscreen and/or select a better quality (depending on download speed available). The video contain spoken English, but subtitles are available in English and Dutch. After starting the video you will be able to select the Dutch or English subtitles from the bottom bar with the button named Captions.
Fusion Electronics BV develops, manufactures and markets process control and herd management systems for dairy farming and other livestock applications. We market our products in more than 50 countries through a dedicated network of qualified distributors.
Dairy farming is more and more becoming a complex and sophisticated business. Due to a growing world population and increasing consumers demands both the quantity and quality of products produced need to grow. On the other hand a growing scarcity of resources and increasing environmental restrictions force producers to minimize inputs. Therefore need to have accurate, up to date information on which to base herd and business decisions is essential. In addition to this, growing consumer interest, animal welfare, traceability and food quality increase demands for accurate record keeping in relation to farm activities. It is impossible to satisfy all these demands from manual records.