WEIGHED ANIMAL CARE UNIT TRV

WEIGHED ANIMAL CARE UNIT TRV, Livestock Machinery
WEIGHED ANIMAL CARE UNIT TRV, Livestock Machinery

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Weighing Animal Care Unit TRV Product Code: TRV Stock Status: In Stock Description AREAS OF USAGE All operations such as hoof care, hoof clipping, surgical intervention, artificial insemination, medical spraying can be carried out easily without the use of tranquilizers, without harming the animal, without tiring the person who will perform the operation. using for. BENEFITS In cattle, especially dairy cattle, an increase in the incidence of foot and nail diseases has been detected in parallel with the industrial development. It can be said that the prerequisites for high meat and milk yields, good development, and long-term use productively depend on the fact that animals have a healthy foot. In recent years, the importance of foot diseases has increased due to the fact that animals are tied and immobile in closed barn systems, while the necessary care is not given to nail care. The main losses caused by foot and nail diseases can be listed as decrease in milk yield, loss of live weight, infertility problems and treatment costs. Researchers report that foot and nail diseases rank third after mastitis and fertility problems in economic losses in businesses. For this reason, foot and hoof health in cattle is extremely important for optimal productivity, animal health and the success of daily business management. In animals living in barns, there is not enough wear on the nails due to the lack of movement and the constant presence of the feet in feces and urine. Moreover, nails grow more than normal. As a result, excessive growth of nails and nail deformations are formed. Hoof trimming is a useful procedure in the prevention of various problems in cattle. Nail clipping has two purposes. The first is to distribute the body weight evenly on the nail, and the second is to eliminate the pressure created on the living tissue by the overgrown nail. For this purpose in dairy cows, nails should be trimmed at least twice a year. It is not correct to cut nails at the time of birth (two-three months left). FEATURES Electrostatic painted solid platform is resistant to heavy farm conditions. Neck fixing mechanism Front and rear legs fixing mechanism Locked door opening to both sides 2 tensioning mechanisms to suspend the body Rear clamping rope Carrying like a trailer with wheel system and drawbar (option) Electronic weighing system (option)