One of the most impressive things I’ve seen at the expo has been Lely’s Astronaut A4, the Dutch company’s latest-generation robotic milking machine.
For the tattered-clothed young men in this remote community, milking a camel’s stubby udders at sunrise is not a novelty, but a daily chore to get milk valued by their tribe for generations.
But what if, despite the poor rainfall, Ethiopia stopped importing thousands of tons of foodstuff and attempted to reverse the trend?
Called the Milkmaid, the clear glass jug monitors the pH balance of a liquid such as milk and sends the owner a text message indicating that the milk has spoiled.
“We wondered if maybe others in the United States wanted a taste of the authentic as well,”
One of the most impressive things Iâ€™ve seen at the expo has been Lelyâ€™s Astronaut A4, the Dutch companyâ€™s latest-generation robotic milking machine.
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