With over 10,000 Eli units now installed across Australia, New Zealand, Indonesia and the Middle East, more and more farmers are discovering the benefits of a locally-engineered milk harvesting and herd management system.
Based in the town of Warragul, Victoria, Eli's software and product engineers are on the ground in Gippsland's dairy farms daily, providing technical support and listening to the changing needs of farmers.
It's why we perform so many custom modifications for our customers, like milk sweeping, back flushing and in bail teat spray controllers to name just a few. Add-ons that may only take a few days for us to implement, as opposed to waiting on new product releases from other brands.
It's also why our products provide more functions and integrate more cohesively than their international counterparts. Because we understand the challenges that farmers face: the complex network of systems that need to work together seamlessly, the need for fail-proof automatic harvesting and drafting when you can't oversee every aspect of milking, the importance of catching potential illnesses early, the advantages of uploading information to your system from the bail... the list goes on.
Why does this make such a difference? Because when the people who are developing the software and producing the equipment are out in the field, they understand the whole picture. It's not just about writing a program or manufacturing a product; it's about providing a complete solution in your day-in, day-out, dairy farming needs. It's about getting the most out of your systems to improve your efficiencies and your product quality, putting you in the best position to increase your profits, because we could all do with a little more of that.