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History

Pearsons have been Developing milking systems since 1948

History Founded by Eric Pearson in 1948 in Ireland, the company started supplying bucket milking plants to Irish dairy farmers. Once herds started to increase, Pearson introduced herringbone parlours with master pulsation.

1970’s

Pearson

increased

milking

speed

and

reduced

maintenance by designing a large bore high capacity pulsator. This innovation prompted exports into the European market.

1980’s

The early 80s saw the introduction of Pearson milking parlours into the Middle East and onto farms milking in excess of 2500 cows. Pearson expanded their product range by manufacturing In- Parlour Feed Systems to meet the demands of the Irish and UK dairy farmer.

1990’s

In the 90s relations started with a Dutch electronics company to produce complete farm management systems for milk meters and cow identification.

2008

The introduction of the Galaxy Starline milking Robot to the Market.

2009

Pearson Manufacture their new rotary parlour design incorporating nylon rollers into their decks.

2011

The Apollo milk meter is created to increase milking Performance and reduce the amount of wash water on larger milking plants.

2014

The New ProFarm Management Platform is launched to give total control to the farmer of as many aspects of their dairy farm as possible. This completed the package giving Pearson the range to provide dairy farmers with the most suitable solutions and efficient products for all types of dairy farming today. 2

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