Best Farm Procedure Utility Belts are the result of spending many hours at the coal face of the Dairy Industry…cupping on cows!
I am Jenny. I Nursed for 25 years before entering the Dairy Industry. I was used to working in an environment that was structured and driven by Procedures and Protocols. Time Management and Health & Safety was an integral part of daily working life. This work ethos followed me into the Dairy Shed.
It was not long before it became apparent that milking time and efficiency could be improved, hence the inception of the first proto-type, the Milking Belt!
My Husband Mark has been in the Dairy Industry for 40 years. Learning the ropes in his Dads Shed at 15, progressing to Share Milker on smaller Units and in later years as an equity Shareholder/Manager on a 1500 Dairy Unit Conversion in North Otago. A 60 Bale Rotary Shed on the main Milking Platform and a 36 aside Herringbone on the smaller Unit.
Our goal is to work closely with farmers and all associated with Agricultural Procedures to research and develop products and tools that meet expectations for best practice.
Utility Components added to the belt can be Mixed n’ Matched to meet the specific requirements of your Farm.
My Daughter Emily left school and worked as a Herd Assistant/Milk Harvester. Completed ITO Levels prior to becoming a Vet Nurse for Oamaru Vets in North Otago. Later progressing to Territory Manager for East Otago, Beef and Sheep.
Introducing Best Farm Procedure to market requires exposing the farming industry to new ways of improving health and safety for our agricultural workforce. Emily, with her close connections across the farming community wants to inspires young farmers to improve the way we farm through the adoption of best procedure.