Those who have visited farms using the CoPulsation™ Milking System consistently comment that they have never seen cows milk like they do with the CoPulsation Milking System. They note the calmness of the cows at milking time, the lack of liner slip and the fact that the teats are not milk-wetted upon machine removal. The most notable fact is that the milk flow rate is very high, remains at a high flow rate throughout the milking and when the milking ends it does so quickly leaving well milked out and even udders.

Consider the following comments:

1) From a visitor from Japan to a large dairy in Wisconsin using CoPulsation™:

2) From a dairy farmer in Germany using CoPulsation™:

3) From an organic dairy specialist and an animal welfare veterinarian:

Now watch for yourself and see cows milking with the CoPulsation™ Milking System:

Video showing the high volume milk flow in a claw milking a cow with CoPulsation™. Note the high flow rate, true rest action between milk pulses, and even milkout of the udder while the cow calmly stands.

Video showing a group of first calf heifers milking that had just calved in the prior couple of weeks. Note that they stand with their feet on the deck without kicking at machines.

Video showing a cow milking at a sustained high flow rate while calmly chewing her cud. Now that is a calm cow being milked with the only truly humane milking system in the world!

Video provided by an individual from Japan who visited a farm in the US using CoPulsation™. The farmer demonstrates and explains that the teats are dry and not milk wetted upon machine removal and why CoPulsation™ prevents cross contamination that is common with other milking systems.

Conventional milking machine performance:

Now compare the superior performance of CoPulsation™ that is shown above to the typical poor performance of other milking systems that provide a harmful milking experience for the animals.

Cows milking in a modern Boumatic parlor. Watch this group of cows kick and dance as they are obviously not happy with their milking experience. Note that the udders simply do not appear to be milked out when the machine is removed.

Group of cows just exiting a modern Delaval parlor after the machines have been removed. This group of cows have udders that look as though they have not yet even been milked.

Group of cows milking in a modern GEA parlor. Watch this group of cows kick and dance down the entire line. It is obvious that these cows do not like being milked and that their milking experience is not comfortable.

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