A cow must be able to rest as often and as often as she wants. This requires a comfortable and dry berth where they can lie down and get up without any problem. If a cow does not have enough opportunity to lie down, she will burden her claws too heavily. Cows that lie enough, rest well and are healthier. The laying time for a cow must be at least twelve hours a day, fourteen hours is optimal.
The ideal berth for the cow therefore depends on size and shape. The right design keeps the livestock in shape. The cubicle sizes can be adjusted to the size of the animals. A good size leads to straight cows, so that the manure enters the manure corridor and the box remains hygienic and dry. This contributes to the health of your cows! In addition, the berth must be safe; animals from the adjacent boxes must not be able to enter this space.
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