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Record number 347855
Title Voerstrategie en bezoekgedrag aan het automatisch melksysteem = Feeding strategy and visit behaviour on the automatic milking system
Author(s) Klop, A.; Bos, C.H.; Duinkerken, G. van; Koning, C.J.A.M. de
Source Lelystad : Animal Sciences Group / Praktijkonderzoek (PraktijkRapport / Animal Sciences Group, Praktijkonderzoek : Rundvee ) - 22
Department(s) Livestock Research
Research Institute for Animal Husbandry
WIAS
Publication type Research report
Publication year 2005
Keyword(s) rundveevoeding - melkkoeien - diergedrag - machinaal melken - robots - melkveehouderij - voedersystemen - cattle feeding - dairy cows - animal behaviour - machine milking - dairy farming - feeding systems
Categories Feeding Systems, Feed Rations / Cattle / Animal Behaviour and Ethology
Abstract By use of an automatic milk system (AM-system) it is desirable that cows enter the AM-system their selves voluntarily on a regular basis. Forcing cows to visit the AM-system to overcome long milking intervals is laborious. Such cows are identified as “lazy cows”. The number of lazy cows can be decreased by feeding most of the concentrates in Automatic Concentrate Feeders (ACF). In comparison to feed the concentrates in the Total Mixed Ration (TMR) the number of lazy cows halved if the concentrates were fed in ACF. Starch content of the ration had no effect on visit behaviour of cows to the AMS
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