Designed for your comfort, and the comfort of your animals.

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Designed for large scale commercial goat milk farming, the OPTIMA External Goat Rotary Milking Solution has been designed to maximise comfort for the operator and the animals, and to reduce stress levels so the goats let their milk down easily. The system features rubber matting and enticement feeding, and the unique cluster presentation arm ensures the cups and controls are at the optimal height so it’s easy, fast and comfortable to use for the operator.

The OPTIMA External Goat Rotary Milking Solution is capable of milking up to 1330 goats per hour, and can be easily operated with minimal labour - providing you with large savings on labour costs. The system is available in seven sizes of 60 to 120 bails, in 10 bail increments, to optimise the platform’s rotation period for the relatively short milking time required for goats - and has been designed to ensure your goats fit comfortably and correctly in the bails on the platform.

Constructed with an unparalleled build quality to ensure many years of trouble-free operation, the system allows you to add from our range of world-leading dairy automation technologies to elevate your dairy’s overall performance and productivity.

THE CAPABILITY TO MAXIMISE YOUR GOAT FLOW AND MILKING EFFICIENCY


The AGILI Goat Rapid Exit Milking Solution maximises your throughput with its self-indexing gate system and split-row release option. As the goat enter the milking parlour in single file from outside the shed, they are managed into their stalls automatically with a self-indexing gate system that ensures only one animal can enter a stall at a time. Once the lead goat turns to enter the first open stall, it triggers the gate of the neighbouring stall to open, allowing the next goat to enter. This process continues until all of the stalls are occupied - making it an easy and fast way to load animals into the individual stall.

Once milking is complete and the animals are ready to leave the parlour, the operator activates the Rapid Exit gate to release the goat. The vertical lift Rapid Exit gates allow all goat to exit the stalling at the same time within seconds. The next row of animals can be loaded immediately.

The exit gates operate smoothly, quickly and quietly, add ing to a relaxed working environment. The solid chain-drive uses a pneumatic compressed air system which requires minimal maintenance for long lasting and reliable performance.

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EASILY INSTALLED, AND EASILY ADAPTED.


The AGILI Goat Rapid Exit Milking Solution can be easily installed on-site as a new system or can be adapted into an existing bovine Herringbone or In-line parlour for a cost-effective milking system.

The system can be configured in bail sizes of eight, up to 128, to suit the size of your farm and milking requirements.

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INTEGRATED STAINLESS STEEL FEED BINS


The AGILI Goat Rapid Exit Milking Solution features long-lasting stainless steel feed bins for enticement /supplement feeding that are integrated into the milking system, rather than as attachments.

The stainless steel feed bins are hygienic, and easy to wash and maintain - and can’t be chewed or damaged by the animals like plastic alternatives. The feed bins are hinged so they tip forward for easy cleaning. NB: the feed system is not included. Any third party feed system will work with our system.

Once the gate is in the up position, the feed bins sit underneath the feed outlet and the operator can decide to refill the bins for the next group of animals before the gate is moved back into the down position.

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A UNIQUE DESIGN WITH SPLIT-ROW RELEASE


The AGILI Goat Rapid Exit Milking Solution can be customised so the Rapid Exit gate can be used in two sections, providing the operator with split-row release to maximise goat flow.

By releasing some of the animals, while keeping others in their stalls, the operator can stagger their exit to clear the exit lanes when milking a large group of animals, or to make it more efficient if there are narrow exit lanes out of the parlour.

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