The Sweden headquartered milk equipment producer Delaval and the USA headquartered agricultural machinery producer Deere joins efforts to create the Milk Sustainability Center (MSC), a digital system with the objective of providing farmers with data needed for a holistic view of the dairy operations. Dairy farmers can use the MSC to monitor nutrient use efficiency for nitrogen, phosphorous, potassium, and carbon dioxide equivalent (CO2e), for their entire farm, specific fields, or their herd. The MSC will also provide data to allow dairy farmers to compare their performance to other dairy operations and identify key areas for improvement. MSC aims to serve dairy farmers independent of farm machinery brands and herd management software. After farmer authorization, data from DeLaval Plus and John Deere Operations Center will be automatically pulled into the MSC. MSC is cloud-based for desktop or mobile devices. Dairy farmers, consultants, dealers, and other partners can also be invited to view their data in MSC. The initial version of MSC will be released in 2024 in selected European Union countries.