Calf Hut

One way to ensure the continuity of dairy farms and to increase the yield of future flocks is to prevent calf losses and prepare the animal for high yields since it’s born. After the birth calves should be taken to calf huts as soon as possible since they are likely to infect each other in the same environment. Single huts allow us to observe and evaluate our calves individually. One of the purposes of single huts is to see more easily the amount of fodder that the calf eats and the amount of milk it drinks. In this way, you can notice any possible problems in advance and take the necessary precautions. So you can protect the health of other calves.