About Us


Advance Milking

Advance Milking is led by directors Tom Greenham and Dan Humphries, Veterinary Surgeons working exclusively with dairy herds and specialising in udder health and milk quality.

Our key focus is on maximising milking efficiency, milk quality and cow health and wellbeing.


Advance Milking was born out of an industry need for combining knowledge of dairy cow anatomy and physiology with knowledge of milking machine technology and function. 

Our work builds on our previous success leading the pioneering Precision Milking team.

Our Values

Practical: We recognise that for a concept to work, it needs to be easy to deliver.

Knowledgeable: Our work uses the latest research to keep our clients at the cutting edge.

Independent: With no commercial affiliations you can trust our advice to be free of bias.

Our Work

Our work falls in to three key areas.

On Farm: A large proportion of our work is providing solutions and advice on mastitis, milk quality and milking efficiency to dairy farms in the UK and Ireland.

Industry: With many different businesses servicing the dairy industry we are increasingly busy providing training, knowledge transfer and independent support.

Research: Combining backgrounds in scientific research with regular fieldwork puts us in an ideal position to run, facilitate and collaborate in trial work.

Our Training

Milking Team Training: Are you trying to achieve greater consistency across your team? Are you looking to take that attention to detail to the next level? Ask us about our DairyPro approved 'Advanced Milking Process' courses.

Veterinary CPD: We run three distinct courses to help you offer your clients the best advice on udder health. Ask us about our 'Essential Machine Test', 'Advanced Milking Time Testing' and 'Advanced Udder Health' courses.

Industry Training: Give your team the knowledge they need to succeed with our course 'Cows, Milking Process and Machine Milking'.

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