Split herd cracks persistent trouble

Lawrence, Chrissie
June 2006
Farmers Weekly;6/2/2006, Vol. 144 Issue 22, p46
Trade Publication
The article provides information on the decision of herd manager Andy Mathews, of Baileys Farm in Dorset, England, to install cubicle housing and split the herd to help reduce mastitis and cut the herd's high cell count. With considerable investment required from the farm to do the conversion, extensive research into cubicle design was carried out, Mathews having a hand in the design.


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