World record milking cow located in Israel
The world record milking cow is Kibbutz Sa’ad is located near the Gaza strip in the Negev desert in southern Israel.
The dairy farm on Kibbutz Sa’ad was the Israeli leader for productivity with an average of 13,785 liters of milk (3,032 imp gal; 3,642 US gal) per cow that year.
Word record holder cow giving 18,208 liters of milk!
A dairy cow named Kharta, was the world record holder, giving 18,208 liters of milk (4,005 imp gal; 4,810 US gal).
The Israeli cow is the world’s record holder in the production of the main milk components, responsible for its quality: 3.73% average protein and 3.32% average fat.
The 954 Israeli dairy farms achieved a world-leading average production of 11,775 liters. It is 2,590 imp gal or 3,111 US gal a year per cow.
The Israeli national average per cow was 10,336 liters of milk (2,274 imp gal; 2,730 US gal).
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Interesting data about the Israeli dairy industry
Interesting data about the Israeli dairy industry is that it is only 100 years old. You can read more about it at that link :>> DAIRY FARMING IN ISRAEL: 100 YEARS OF INNOVATION.
One of the main reasons that make Israel the bleeding in production is the use of technology. The Israel dairy manager uses a herd management system to monitor the herd and improve its efficacy. As we know improving dairy efficiency will improve dairy profits as well.
At the Israeli Dairy School, we believe that knowledge is power. That’s why our dairy managers use advanced herd management systems, just like the ones at Kibbutz Sa’ad. These systems collect real-time data on each cow, from milk quality to overall health. This data-driven approach allows us to make quick, informed decisions, boosting efficiency and, ultimately, profits. It’s not just about breaking records; it’s about setting new standards in dairy farming. Want to learn how to use technology to elevate your dairy farm? Contact us