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Positive findings: emission reduction potential of profiKURA 3D

Positive findings: emission reduction potential of profiKURA 3D

Walking alleys equipped with profiKURA 3D are significantly drier, as
liquids are drained quickly via an integrated slope. This is definitely good for the claws. But how much are ammonia emissions reduced by this? The Dutch emissions expert Gert-Jan Monteny has now calculated that.

Read more about it in our current focus issue »

CaBoMat for elevated calf pens / boxes

From 01.01.2023 on, calves in Germany may only be transported from the age of 28 days. On many farms, this doubles the time that the calves stay on the farm and thus also the space required as well as the requirement of bedding material.

This is where our CaBoMat comes in.

NEC Directive and German TA Luft – current impact on cattle farming?

NEC Directive and German TA Luft – current impact on cattle farming?

In connection with reducing emissions there is often talk of the NEC Directive and TA LuftAmmonia emissions in particular are a major theme in cattle farming. In this case, emission reducing floor coverings provide practicable options.

Which regulations are already binding, which measures are eligible for funding and why cattle farmers should be prepared, you can find out in our current focus issue »

How to install the KEW Plus cow mattress

How to install the KEW Plus cow mattress

Our 3-layer cow mattress system KEW Plus stands for premium lying comfort in the dairy barn for almost 20 years.

With two new installation videos we now show you - clearly and compactly - how to install the product options KEW Plus and KEW Plus Solo.

Here you can watch the videos »

Healthy cows are climate-friendly cows

Healthy cows are climate-friendly cows

Animal health ist probably the biggest determining, to reduce the factor that our dairy cows have on climate change. Only healthy cows are efficient and, therefore, climate-friendly. Soft rubber flooring are the basis for a fully working „dairy cow system“.

Read more about it in our current focus issue »

Cleanliness in calf husbandry – ventilation matters

Cleanliness in calf husbandry – ventilation matters

Moist soil in fully slatted pens and dirty calves usually have nothing to do with the condition of the floor, but indicate deficiencies in the air quality. Optimal slit widths and curved surfaces can improve the dryness and
cleanliness
of the floor.

Find out more in our new focus issue »

The history of the

The history of the "rubber mat": better than concrete in the past, soft as a bed today

The first solid rubber mats were an achievement for tying stalls at that time. Modern, highly developed rubber mats are no longer comparable to this. They meanwhile show that they are among the softest systems on the market.

What characterizes a rubber comfort mat? Read more about it in our current focus issue »

Puzzled walking alley mats prove their quality

Puzzled walking alley mats prove their quality

Our walking alley mats have now been installed in barns for almost 20 years. The standard design as solid puzzle mats has proven its worth thousands of times over in practical applications. A good reason to take a closer look at walking areas in terms of the natural properties of rubber...

More information can be found in our current focus issue »

Tailor-made slatted flooring for every floor – how does this work?

Tailor-made slatted flooring for every floor – how does this work?

Our rubber mats are tailor-made for every slatted floor. Find out how you can imagine the process from measuring in the barn to the exactly fitting slits in the mat and watch the video ».

Elevated feed stalls - What are the advantages and what is important?

Elevated feed stalls - What are the advantages and what is important?

Elevated feed stalls have many advantages: For example, they reduce ammonia emissions simply by reducing the dirty walking surface in the barn. We recommend our special rubber mat LENTA to provide maximum relief for the claws during feeding and to improve comfort for the cows.

Our colleague Jürg Wiesendanger explains what is important with elevated feed stalls in the video »