Transatlantic Calfblogger Talk with Dr. Peter Zieger, Germany

Successful calf rearing is a contemporary issue all over the world. Everybody should know that healthy calves are the future of dairy farms. But how important is professional calf rearing for US farmers? How important is it for the Europeans? For the Germans? Do we have similarities? What is different? What can we learn from each other? Have a look at a highly interesting discussion with my German counterpart, blogger and veterinarian Dr. Peter Zieger…

Successful calf rearing is a contemporary issue all over the world. Everybody should know that healthy calves are the future of dairy farms. But how important is professional calf rearing for US farmers? How important is it for the Europeans? For the Germans? Do we have similarities? What is different? What can we learn from each other? Have a look at a highly interesting discussion with my German counterpart, blogger and veterinarian Dr. Peter Zieger…

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Transatlantic Calfblogger Talk with Dr. Peter Zieger, Germany

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Successful calf rearing is a contemporary issue all over the world. Everybody should know that healthy calves are the future of dairy farms. But how important is professional calf rearing for US farmers? How important is it for the Europeans? For the Germans? Do we have similarities? What is different? What can we learn from each other? Have a look at a highly interesting discussion with my German counterpart, blogger and veterinarian Dr. Peter Zieger.

Bob James – Calf Blogger

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    • LIAMGANNON
    • September 7, 2021
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    You said the farmer in America had 8 pens of 20 calves on the feeder
    has he one or two machines for this number

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    The farm shown in the calfblog.com site has 8 pens of calves. Each pen houses 20 calves. One automatic calf feeder serves two adjacent pens.

  2. Reply

    Hello Liam: The farm featured in the calfblog.com site has 8 pens of calves with 20 calves in each pen. One autofeeder serves two adjacent pens of calves. They have four autofeeders.

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