Rinderzucht Augustin: Modern Dairy Farm Where Top Cows are not Bred until 200-250 Days in Milk


The average calving interval is between 430-440 days, and that turns out to be intentional. In the brand new free stall barn owned by Rinderzucht Augustin in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, where there is a lot of emphasis on animal well-being, labour efficiency, and the environment, the time of breeding for high-producing cows is significantly postponed. This results in higher productions and lifetime productions. In short, breeding and management at an elite level on the shores of the Baltic Sea.

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