Get your Animal Handling sorted for the new season

While most sheds are finished milking for the season, the winter quiet is the perfect time to get it set for more efficient cow handling. Animal health is of vital importance and that means looking after the hooves they walk on. Lameness prevalence is generally much greater in Mainland herds than those in the North so it is important to have good facilities staff or vets can treat cows easily and safely. The cow needs to be well restrained with a Headbail, belly girths to stop her going down, and a secure way of winching and holding the hooves. Hoof treatment can then be conducted quickly and safely without fear of the cow kicking or hurting herself or the operator. Getting to lamecows ear

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