Longevity for dairy cows is increased

A long duration of use and high milk yields lay the foundations for economically viable dairy farming. You should ensure the well-being of the animals in order to fully exploit the genetic potential of cattle.

Hoof problems and udder disorders, as well as fertility problems, are nowadays some of the most frequently encountered issues in dairy herds. Frequent clearing of gangways (at least twice a day) is a proven way of minimising damp and reducing the risk of infection on walking and lying surfaces in sheds. To maintain hoof and udder health, it is sensible to spread hygiene lime on walking and lying surfaces every day and apply a teat disinfectant after milking using products from the Desintecrange. Individually:

Use biocides carefully. Always read the label and product information before use.