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Inside and outside of dairy, electrical work is a growing trade. According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, electrician jobs are expected to grow by 6% from 2022-2032 – faster than the average for all occupations.

Demand for electricians is rising due to an ever-present evolution in technology and overall increase in use of electricity. As more dairy systems and processes are automated, the dairy industry is contributing to the increased demand for electricians.

Even as solar power projects pop up, dairy farms will always rely on expert electrical services to keep cows comfortable and everything running like it should – likely contributing to the projected increase in demand for electricians in the next ten years.

We also know electricians only scratch the surface of the skilled labor that dairy farms require. Apart from regular employees to milk, feed, manage heifers and other daily operations, we see dairies depending on an entire network of specialists to optimize production and profitability. Nutritionists, reproduction technicians, veterinarians and technicians from equipment dealers and manufacturers all contribute to a farm’s success.

So, our question to you is, “Have you considered streamlining the number of people involved on your dairy?” It may be a place where you can increase efficiency – and it may be a place where we can help.

Fiske Electric has been in the electrician business for more than 40 years, managing industrial, commercial, residential, healthcare, and agricultural projects. More recently, a division of Fiske Electric has specifically addressed dairies, providing more than electrical service.

HPR is a full-service dairy equipment dealership that also employs milk quality and robotic milking specialists and maintenance technicians. Thanks to the relationship between Fiske Electric and HPR, our customers see a single point of contact for services that cover most of their dairy.

Our HPR staff have worked with one of the largest robotic dairies in the world, and we’re ready to bring everything we know about efficiency, profitability and sustainability to your farm, too.


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