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Robots in the barn

Automated milking stations in place at Washington County barn

A new robotic milking system at O.A. Borden dairy farm in Easton.
Photographer: Patrick Dodson
A new robotic milking system at O.A. Borden dairy farm in Easton.
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Get the latest business news from The Daily Gazette in Outlook 2014 At O.A. Borden & Sons, most of the Holsteins can line up for milking any time they feel like it — and never be touched by a human hand. The historic Washington County dairy farm, now run by the sixth and seventh generations of Bordens, has become the first in the Capital Region to completely automate a milking barn. A Lely Astronaut robotic ...

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