|Series||Publication (Canada. Agriculture Canada) -- 1714, Publication / Agriculture Canada -- 1714, Publication (Canada. Agriculture Canada) -- no. 1714.|
|Contributions||Canada. Agriculture Canada|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||48 p. :|
|Number of Pages||48|
|ISBN 10||0662113543, 06623113543|
Figure 2 An example of tie-stall housing for dairy cows. Although tie-stalls appear to have some Although tie-stalls appear to have some advantages in reducing competition between cows and in. In those cases and with those restrictions, stanchions should be allowed as a temporary restraint for dairy cattle (headlocks). -Advertisement- Properly designed tie stalls are a completely. The following table summarizes a variety of design information or suggestions useful when planning calf and heifer housing systems for Holstein dairy cattle. Due to variations in management goals, herd size, and calvings this information represents a starting point in the design process. impacts of tie stall and stanchion housing for lactating dairy cattle. Specifically, this review will examine the health and performance of tie stall or stanchion housed herds compared with herds housed and managed in alternative systems, to address the concern that tie stall or stanchion housed cows have poorer welfare than cows in other systems.
MATERNITY/TREATMENTPEN MANUREPUMPENCLOSURE 7FREESTALLS(h»if»rs) a, 5FREESTALLS(calves) LLS Figure2Face-out,tworowtie-stalldairybarn. B . Bedded packs or loose housing still need to be cleaned or picked daily and they require a lot more bedding than properly designed and managed tie stalls do in order to keep the cows clean. Cows housed in a bedded pack or in loose housing each need up to square feet of floor space in order to stay clean. The Bob-White Systems Micro Dairy Barn. Full text of "Tie-stall dairy cattle housing" See other formats 1+ Agriculture Canada Publication I TIE-STALL DAIRY CATTLE HOUSING * 'MS g OTTAWA QttTAmo g K!A 0C3 3 LIBRARY • BffiUOH&foLE A FEDERAL/PROVINCIAL PUBLICATION TIE-STALL DAIRY CATTLE HOUSING This publication is a compilation of research results, producer experience, and engineering . Barn design and stall dimensions contribute to a functional and efficient tie stall. Size stalls to meet the needs of your first-lactation heifers, older milking animals and dry cows. Understanding the spatial requirements of a dairy cow is crucial when designing or upgrading a tie stall facility.
texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection. National Emergency Tie-stall dairy cattle housing by Munroe, J. A; Canada. Agriculture Canada. Publication date Topics Cattle, Dairy barns, Etables à boeufs, Etables à vaches. Living place or house of cattle is simply known as cattle housing. Good housing is required for raising cattle. Because suitable housing is needed for keeping the cattle safe from storm, rain, sun, hot temperature, excessive cold climate and other adverse weather conditions. The cattle also need to be kept inside the house if you have not sufficient amount of grazing place. Additional Physical Format: author. Tie-stall dairy cattle housing.  Material Type: Government publication, National government publication. Housing. Housing factors account for a great deal of the variation in udder health status between herds. In both tie-stall and free-stall barns, short and narrow stalls are associated with increased incidence of teat tramps and mastitis. An appropriate partition between stalls is beneficial.