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Larsson, Fredrik (2004) Byggnads- och investeringskostnader. Other thesis, SLU.

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This project is based on my fathers farm which lays outside Löberöd, twenty kilometres south of Eslöv in Skåne. While my family for some time have thought about building a new milkingstable with AMS(Automatic milking system) I decided to compare the AMS with a conventional milkingstable. We are abit concerned about how many cows we should have in the new stable. Because of that I calculated with two different number of cows. I have compared three different types of milking stables: One alternative is 180 cows milked in a double eigth hearing bone milking stable. The second alternative is 128 cows milked with two DeLaval VMS-robots. The third alternative is 171 cows milked with three DeLaval VMS-robots. One salesman from DeLaval and one salesman from A-betong helped me to get marketprices on the milkingrobots, building, ventilation and prices on all the concrete. In all the costs labour is included. The rest of the costs are calculated in a softwareprogram called K-data 03 which is a program with predicted costs. The calulations from the program showed that the price in the milkingpit system was 51 000 sek per cow. The stable with two milkingrobots the price per cow was 72 000 sek and in the three-robotsystem the price per cow was 62 000 sek. While I got prices from professional salesmen in the business I am pretty sure that the prices are correct. The prices from K-data are predicted and it is the first time I am using this program, therefor these costs may be a bit high or a bit low. But the purpose with this project is to compare the different buildingcosts with each other and not what each building will cost. The calculations shows that if you only look at the economic part it is hard to motivate the volontary milking sysem. You have to count on other aspects as better workingenvironment, timespare and social aspects. But it is only the timespare you can count in money. The productionscost in the three robotsystem was 0,44 sek per litres, in the two robotsystem 0,48 sek and in the stable with the milking pit one litres milk cost 0,40 sek.

Item Type: Thesis (Other)
Keywords: mjölkkor, ekonomiska aspekter
Subject (faculty): Faculty of Landscape Planning, Horticulture and Agricultural Science
Divisions: SLU > Faculty of Landscape Planning, Horticulture and Agricultural Science
Depositing User: Users 85 not found.
Date Deposited: 05 Jan 2005
Last Modified: 18 Aug 2015 09:31
URI: http://ex-epsilon.slu.se/id/eprint/302

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