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cattle livestock Applications

  • Wastewater treatment for cattle carriers

    By Planotex GmbH based in Neuried b. München, GERMANY.

  • Textile Solutions for the Livestock Industry

    TenCate has a long history in modern agriculture, also in supplying technical textile solutions for livestock and especially the dairy cattle industry. TenCate products make the difference in various ways. For example, TenCate Nicolon cow mattress covers improve cow comfort which increases milk production and TenCate Nicosil silage covers improve the quality of a farmers fodder. Convince yourself by evaluating our agritextile products or contact us with your specific product request.

    By TenCate Geosynthetics Netherlands bv based in AE in Nijverdal, NETHERLANDS.

  • Organic Digestor

    The ORGANIC DIGESTOR is a microbiological product developed specially for the treatment of livestock manure, made by selected mixture of bacteria resulting in a very powerful biological treatment product that liquefy and degrade organic wastes in manure pits, lagoons, sewers and residual wastewaters which contain excessive organic matter. The ORGANIC DIGESTOR is a biological product intended for use in hog. dairy and beef cattle operations including barns. It is a solution for the treatment of organically overloade...

  • Feeding Solutions for Dairy

    Supplementing with fresh barley grass in a typical daily diet of a cow in mid lactation improves milk production, increases fertility and gives rise to a healthier animal requiring less veterinarian care. Barley grown hydroponically as a supplemental feed not only keeps dairy cattle healthy but can give premium prices from higher grades of butter fat in the milk. Each kilogram of barley fodder is equivalent nutritionally to 3kgs of lucerne. In one study of milk production, with a diet of barley fodder versus one...

    By Fodder Solutions based in Burleigh Heads, AUSTRALIA.

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    Gas analyzers and monitoring systems for Greenhouse gases from ruminants

    Ruminant livestock generate a significant proportion of anthropogenic GHG emissions, and thereby contribute to Climate Change. Ruminants such as cattle. sheep, goats and buffalo produce meat and milk through enteric fermentation – a digestive process in which microbes decompose and ferment food in the digestive tract or rumen. This process produces methane which is emitted via belching. The amount of methane produced is directly related to the type of food consumed and the level of intake, in addition to...

    By Gasmet Technologies Oy based in Vantaa, FINLAND.

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