A Guide To Optimal Feeding Management & Production
Feeding Signals answers the four practical questions that every dairy farmer and worker in every dairy farm asks:
1. What should I feed and how much?
2. What is the best way to make sure every animal gets the right ration?
3. How do I check that every animal is eating what it should be eating?
4. How do I make adjustments and solve particular problems?
The authors of Feeding Signals are Jan Hulsen from Vetvice and Dries Aerden from LIBA. With a team of eight vets, Vetvice trains and advises dairy farmers and farm consultants. Dries Aerden is a farm economics consultant and nutritionist at LIBA, a Belgian consultancy operating in the Flemish and Dutch dairy sector.
Cow Signals® Concept and training
Feeding perfect rations is only possible when you understand feed analysis, the properties of the feed, the way a cow works and her milk production.
From mouth to rumens and intestines, Feeding Signals shows you the cow’s feed requirements and ensures her daily rations.
Feeding Signals has a portrait size of 20,5 x 26,5 cm, includes 80 pages, more than 300 photos and illustrations
Jan Hulsen grew up on a farm with dairy cattle and pigs. He began studying agricultural science and then switched to veterinary medicine. After three years working as a farm vet, he started to focus on education and consultancy. To that end, he became involved in journalism, marketing and business management.
With his company Vetvice, Jan developed the CowSignals® concept, and wrote the successful CowSignals books series.
INTRODUCTION: Behavioural needs and feeding behaviour
SECTION ONE: Eating
SECTION TWO: Storage, loading and feeding
SECTION THREE: Ration calculation
SECTION FOUR: Measuring and managing via the cow
SECTION FIVE: Measuring and managing as manager
SECTION SIX Feeding-related cow problems
This book weighs: 440g
|USA and Canada||£7.00|
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