Barn hygiene and robotic milking

Posted by Team Lely on Jul 07, 2014

On dairy farms, udder and claw health are closely related to barn hygiene. Clean and dry bedding reduces the risk of mastitis when the cow is resting and prevents the teats and udder to become dirty. Clean passages avoid that cows bring manure into the cubicles, allow the claws to dry and hence reduce the sensitivity for infectious claw disorders, and avoid cows from slipping when walking.

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Topics: Dairy, Farm tips, hygiene, robotic milking

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