loose housing

loose housing

accommodation in which the animals, usually cattle, are not tied-in nor in pens but are free to roam between sleeping-loafing area and feed bunks and are driven to a parlor to be milked.
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This is divided into: Loose housing facilities (including brackets, toiletverhogers, shower chairs, pakpalen) and standard housing adaptations (including paving, threshold helpers, run-on spigot) and automatic sliding and swing door operators on the basis of rent (supply, installation and any maintenance and repairs).
The traditional outbuildings are chiefly stone and part brick comprising shippon with former granary above, loose housing and former dairy.
A new PS280,000 loose housing facility with central feed passage has been built for 180 milking cows as well as 3,000-tonne silage clamp.
In 1998 the Hudsons built a new dairy unit, installing 176 cubicles, loose housing, a new collecting area, 14:28 herringbone-milking parlour and new bulk tanks.
HOPING TO FIND A pounds 1M MEGASTAR Horses have always played a large part in the life of Maurice Jones' wife Aisla and there are around 50 horses stabled in loose housing at Jamesford, one of the family's three holdings.
Key Words : Housing System, Tethering, Loose Housing, Meat Quality, Hanwoo Bull)
and Jonathan Davis have completed the first "herring-bone" loose housing dairy, on Redstone Hill Road, Sterling, affording their herd of 125 cattle more freedom than previously was available.
A confinement housing system will allow you to closely control and maintain your animals, but it is less natural, and has a higher cost than loose housing.
The demand of the UK market for stall and tether free pigs for its bacon pulled a lot of Danish producers into loose housing systems.
There is also a cattle shed, hay barn, covered five-bay cattle loose housing shed and many more farm buildings, in fact, all you would need to run your own agricultural business.
If required, the herd has room for continued expan-sion due to the total availability of 700 cubicles, loose housing for 310 cows and a slatted area suitable for 150 head.
American Humane Association noted that the adoption of loose housing systems for sows requires not only new equipment but also training of workers and managers to handle animals humanely.