Dairy operation finds success switching to robotic milking system

We all know farming requires more than just a 40 hour work week, which can often take time away from family.

The tight labor market is making things worse, and that is why Matthew and Kristi Keilin installed a robotic milking system.

The Michigan Farm Bureau shares their story.

The Keilens are fourth-generation Michigan farmers. They care for 450 head of cattle and raise 1,900 acres of crops, most of which are grown to feed their herd.


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