“Dairy farming without the right data is like driving a car with a broken speedometer and without a map. You don't know where you're headed or how fast you'll get there.” Listen as Thierry Perrotin, Vice President of Nedap U.S. Dairy, shares how to harness herd data to intentionally drive your herd forward.

Season 5, episode 53

Here’s the episode breakdown:

  • 0:30 – Welcome, Theirry Perrotin
  • 0:40 – Explanation of car analogy 
  • 2:58 – What makes data harnessing technology intriguing? 
  • 5:00 – How does Nedap help farmers make the most of their data?
  • 8:28 – How does improved data capture and analysis benefit the entire farm?
  • 10:29 – How should dairy farmers proceed with data integration?
  • 14:58 – Where can farmers learn more about Nedap and its technology?

Thierry Perrotin

Thierry Perrotin, U.S. Dairy Vice President for Nedap

Email: thierry.perrotin@nedap.com


This episode is sponsored by Nedap.

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Nedap develops technology for life. Technology that helps people be more successful and happier in their professional lives. For Nedap this means helping professional dairy producers run a profitable, sustainable and enjoyable business. The solutions Nedap creates enable users to automate everyday tasks and make informed decisions based on individual animal identification and data. Nedap empowers livestock producers to respond to the growing global demand for animal protein in a way that is profitable and aligned with rising standards for animal welfare, sustainability, transparency and the safety and quality of food. Learn more at https://www.nedap-livestockmanagement.com/dairy-farming/

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