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Whole milk feeding – Implemented correctly! Next

The Holm & Laue CalfExpert revolutionizes a farm in the Ukraine Next

A Holm & Laue MilkTaxi becomes a cross-media deployment device Next

Adlibitum feeding and pair housing in organic calf rearing Next

Heat stress is a big problem for cows. As a result of their body size and high metabolic energy turnover, cows are very sensitive in summer, especially at the peak of lactation. This is a well-known fact. But what is the situation with calves? Next

There are many ways to determine the quality of colostrum. But none is currently more accurate than the determination with digital refractometers. The possible fields of uses are even greater. Find out in this article what else you can measure with the Holm & Laue refractometer. Next

If calf hutches are scarce, many farms keep two calves in one calf igloo. Practice confirms scientific observations that the calves develop better than in individual housing. Later in larger groups, calves which where previously kept in pairs show better social behavior. Next