tie-stall

tie-stall

a stall just large enough to accommodate one animal which is usually tied in by a neckchain if it is a cow, or by a halter if it is a horse. See also stall.
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Season and bedding impacts on ammonia emissions from tie-stall diary barns.
Starting at only a few months old--depending on each calf's personality--we begin walking them up and down the aisle of our tie-stall barn.
2007) observaram que as vacas tendem a descansar mais em tapete de borracha do que em baias com a base de concreto com adicao de 0,5 kg de palha por baia, em instalacoes tipo tie-stall.
With explosive growth in the use of TMR mixers and advances in milking parlor and tie-stall equipment we are witnessing a dramatic decrease in the amount of physical labor necessary to milk cows.
Milking-cow housing changed from tie-stall or stanchion barns, in which cows are tethered in stalls, to freestall barns, in which cows are confined in pens and allowed to walk to feed bunks to eat, water tanks to drink, and stalls to lie down.
Energy efficient fluorescent light fixtures were used for the free-stall barn, milking parlor, the two tie-stall barns, the offices and milking rooms.
When summarizing the findings of other authors who compared the effect of tie-stall (TS) or free-stall (FS) housing on cows' milk performance, health, fertility and behavior, Zdziarski et al.
With the help of local contractors, Connie designed the small tie-stall barn to make milking as easy as possible for him and the kids.
A tie-stall is a type of cow stall in which the cow is constrained by a strap around her neck.
This operation is owned by a family that had milked 45 cows in a tie-stall barn, but now milks 110 cows with the same family labor.
The researchers compared performance and health within the two stall types in response to a ban on the construction of new tie-stalls.
It also stressed that while the use of tie-stalls continues, cows should have daily exercise that involves walking freely.