home    about    browse    search    latest    help 
Login | Create Account

Kälberaufzucht in der modernen Milchviehhaltung

Langhout, Jos and Wagenaar, Jan-Paul (2005) Kälberaufzucht in der modernen Milchviehhaltung. [Calf rearing in modern dairy systems.] Paper at: 12. freiland-tagung, chancen und grenzen einer tiergerechten nutztierhaltung, veterinarmedizinischen universitat wien, 29. september 2005. [Unpublished]

[img] PDF
62Kb

Summary

Generell sind die Richtlinien für die Kälberaufzucht in der biologischen Milchviehhaltung minimal. Säugesysteme haben potentielle Vorteile bezüglich Gewichtszunahme, Wertsteigerung von Milch und Tieren, die andernfalls ausgesondert werden müssten sowie Tiergerechtheit und Natürlichkeit. Die Vorteile der
Aufzucht von Kälbern mit Kontakt zur Mutter können genutzt werden, während die Nachteile solcher Systeme durch die Verwendung von Ammenkühen reduziert werden können.

Summary translation

In a pilot study between late 2002 and early 2005, the Louis Bolk Institute evaluated the possibilities of calf rearing systems in which dairy cows raise their calves. The evaluation included system practicalities, weight gain, milk consumption by calves and weaning. The benefits of rearing calves with the mother’s involvement are underestimated. In case of calf rearing at dairy farms at least three different methods of suckling can be distinguished: single suckling during the colostrum period or with additional milking and multiple suckling with a nurse cow. The growth in suckling systems is result of a higher intake and better ingestion of colostrum and milk. In single suckling systems milk consumption of calves is up to 10 kg per day per calf in the first 14 days and up to 15 kg thereafter. In multiple suckling the consumption varies
between 5 to 10 kg per day.

EPrint Type:Conference paper, poster, etc.
Type of presentation:Paper
Keywords:Säugesysteme, Kälberaufzucht, calf rearing, single suckling, multiple suckling,
Subjects: Animal husbandry > Production systems > Dairy cattle
Animal husbandry > Health and welfare
Animal husbandry > Feeding and growth
Research affiliation: Netherlands > Louis Bolk Institute
Deposited By: Steinbuch, Luc
ID Code:8092
Deposited On:13 Apr 2006
Last Modified:12 Apr 2010 07:33
Document Language:German - Deutsch
Status:Unpublished
Refereed:Not peer-reviewed

Repository Staff Only: item control page