Remote Data Acquisition at the Dairy Farm

Principal Investigator:

Donald J. McMahon, Utah State University

Co-Investigators:

Milan Shipka, Utah State University

Project Summary:

A remote data acquisition system, located in a farm milking parlor, that is capable monitoring, recording and transmitting data related to milk volume and temperatures has the potential for linking farms to the processing facilities. The aim of the project is to provide demonstration of the equipment to dairy industry personnel so that its value to the U.S. dairy industry can be determined.

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Published Abstract:

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Presentations:

Uttinger, M. Linking the dairy farm to the cheese plant by remote data acquisition, 13th Biennial Cheese Industry Conference, Utah State University, Logan, Utah, August 10-12th, 1998.