A good dairy housing facility meets three basic needs: a clean, dry, comfortable resting area, adequate ventilation, and easy access to feed and water. The adolescent management group also needs a means for restraint to facilitate health checks, possibly AI service, and hoof care.
Facilities should provide:
– A clean, dry environment
– Plenty of fresh air, feed, & water
- Transition Housing for Heifers - House post-weaned calves properly to keep them Healthy and growing efficiently
Curt A Gooch