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Expanding on more than 135 years of dairy innovation and expertise, DeLaval celebrates the opening of a training center at its Kansas City, Missouri, facilities. The DeLaval Training Center is the result of a $1 million facility renovation investment in robotics and food safety. It features the all-new Voluntary Milking System VMS V300. The DeLaval Training Center will be the home base for the Dairy Management Advisory training program on the new VMS V300 as well as Herd Navigator, the advanced analysis system that detects both pregnancies and herd health issues such as mastitis and ketosis. DeLaval Cleaning Solutions, a division of DeLaval Inc., brings the food safety aspect to the training center. The food safety trainings come from an existing DeLaval training course, the DeLaval Cleaning Solutions Academy. DeLaval is a leader in milking equipment and solutions for dairy farmers, which make sustainable food production possible, warranting milk quality and animal health. For more information, see a representative or visit www.delavalcorporate.com.

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