Knowledge base

We work closely alongside farmers, veterinarians and scientists to constantly expand our knowledge, which we are then happy to share with you.

| Hygiene

The extent with which hygiene rules are followed varies from farmer to farmer. However, the key is to make certain actions a habit, which you then consistently stick to.

| Housing, Hygiene

It is important that the calf pen remains clean and dry. It appears very obvious but if calves become damp, even if it only affects their legs and lower belly, they quickly feel cold and run a greater risk of airway problems and diarrhea.

| Housing, Hygiene

A hygienic work approach prevents problems and eventually saves time. Time the livestock farmer spends cleaning and disinfecting pens and equipment is repaid with problem-free rearing. All-round the best outcome!

| Diarrhea
| Housing
| Diarrhea
| Colostrum
| Hygiene
| Housing

It is difficult to assess calf growth when the animals are still young. The rate of growth is even more difficult to estimate during the period from the start through to the moment they are placed on grates. Read more for tips from our specialist.