Exceptional Cow Milking is Our Passion
BECO’s philosophy can best be described in two words, “Eliminating Restrictions”. BECO believes in doing what is best for the cow, the dairyman, and for the dairy industry. It is in our core, as our tagline states “Exceptional Cow Milking is Our Passion”. Exceptional cow milking starts with eliminating any restrictions in the milk path of the cow.
At BECO we want to harvest milk safely, completely, gently, and quickly. The best way of doing this is having a milk path that allows the cow to reach her full potential. When milking equipment restricts the milk path, claw vacuum fluctuates and equipment does not function properly. The cow’s flow rate slows, durations are longer, and teat ends are exposed to harmful conditions.
Today with our industry’s high producing cows it is extremely important that dairyman choose milking equipment that will allow the cow to have increased flow rates, shorter durations, and a healthier milking experience. BECO accomplishes this by having 7/8” milking equipment. BECO’s claws, sensors, and accurate flow-through meters all have a 7/8” design. This allows BECO to be the only company that can eliminate all restrictions in the milk path.
At BECO we also believe in doing what is right for the dairyman and the industry. BECO started over 60 years ago in the San Joaquin Valley of California, in the heart of large dairies. BECO started because no other companies’ equipment would last in the rigorous demands of the 24 hour dairies, so BECO developed equipment that would meet those demands.
BECO designs equipment that is not only rugged and simple, but also technically advanced and user friendly. Do to the fact that BECO builds everything rugged, BECO also has an industry leading 5-year warranty. Contact BECO to see how “Eliminating Restrictions” can benefit your dairy today.
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