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February 03, 1984 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-02-03

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, February 3, 1984 37

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Advanced Technology for the Dairy Cow

HAIFA — "Electronics,"
computers," "monitors,"
"sensors," "remote control."
These are the words that
Prof. Ram Sagi associates
these days with the dairy.
Sounds strange? Perhaps —
but not for an expert who
contends that the dairy is

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undergoing an industrial
revolution.
"Our goal is to apply
technology from the field of
computers and electronics
to agriculture," says Prof.
Ram Sagi, of the Faculty of
Agricultural Engineering
at the Technion — Israel In-

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stitute of Technology. "We
are very close to the day in
which milking instructions
will be given by a computer.
The milking process, milk
transport and delivery will
be automated under the
supervision and control of a
computer.
The Bi-National U.S.-
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tablished a joint program
between the Faculty of Ag-
ricultural Engineering at
the Technion and the Uni-
versity of Illinois for the de-
velopment of a corn-
puterizd system of man-
agement in the dairy. The
research, when completed,
will serve as a tool for guid-
ing the development of an
Israeli-made system. Prof.
Sagi believes it will take a
year to produce a working
model, and four years to
create a commercially-
viable system.
The large size of dairies

1,000 or more cows —
has made further auto-



mation a necessity. Says
Prof. Sagi, "Every mis-
take, even the smallest
one, can be harmful to the
entire dairy. For exam-
ple, when the price of
food reaches 60-70 per-
cent of the total expendi-
ture, it is very important
to give each cow the
appropriate portion, in
terms of quantity and
composition. In dairies of
this size, there is no way
to fulfill such a task with-
out the use of a very
sophisticated corn-
puterized system."
"Remote sensing" is one
example of the use of high
technology in the dairy. It is
possible by electronic
means to identify each cow
in the dairy and receive in-
formation regarding her lo-
cation, the quantity of food
she ate and how much she
needs to eat, the milking
output, the temperature of
the milk, and a sample of
her physiological data and
physical activities. This
data makes it possible to
computerize the cow's milk-
ing timetable and deter-
mine a proper dietary
schedule.
Additionally, this infor-
mation enables the identifi-
cation of a problem before
the actual clinical signs ap-
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dairy are thus able to take
preventative measures in a
dangerous health situation.
One component of the
computerized system is the
electronic "milk meter."
Prof. Sagi and Eli Palo have
developed an electronic
milk meter at the Tzahan
factory at Kibutz Ofakim.
The electronic milk meter
measures the quantity of
milk given by a cow (using a
similar principle to a gas
station pump) on a continu-
ous basis, as compared to
the once-a-month reading
as practiced today. The
project is being supported
by Israel's Ministry of In-
dustry and Trade.
Predicts Ram Sagi, "there
is no doubt that the day is
near in which we will be
milking cows by remote
control."

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