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Robots Hard at Work on the Dairy Farm



Minnesota Department of Agriculture

Minnesota Department of Agriculture

Posted: May 6, 2012


About 20 Minnesota dairy farms are now using robots to do their daily milking chores. One such farm is the Johnson Dairy Farm near South Haven, MN, where four high tech robots milk 220 cows every day.


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