Daily hygiene must prevent the unwanted growth of infectious agents in the herd. Milk production and calf rearing are the places where hygiene measures will most easily yield results, both for animal health and for the contribution margin.
Healthy calves give healthy and high-performing cows
Giving the calves the best start in life lays the foundation for healthy animals, with good growth. An important part of this is to give the calves an environment with low infection pressure. This is ensured through good routines for washing and disinfection, both of individual bins and group bins. After proven coccidiosis in calves, the infection pressure from oocysts in the environment is reduced by using the special disinfectant KenoCox.