News about KRAIBURG animal house floorings made of rubber
News about KRAIBURG animal house floorings made of rubber

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KRAIBURG focus: Deep litter cubicle cushion POLSTA: straw consumption, time for maintenance, animal comfort

KRAIBURG focus: Deep litter cubicle cushion POLSTA: straw consumption, time for maintenance, animal comfort

How can you reduce the straw requirement and maintenance effort of deep litter cubicles and simultaneously improve the lying comfort? This is no problem with the deep litter cubicle cushion POLSTA!

Read more about the first studies with positive results in our current focus issue »

KRAIBURG focus: Vegetable oils make our rubber mats soft

KRAIBURG focus: Vegetable oils make our rubber mats soft

Some cattle house mats available on the market contain inferior mineral oils as plasticizer, which are polluted with high quantities of harmful PAHs. We use vegetable oils to provide for the softness of the rubber mats.

Find out why this makes the crucial difference in our new focus issue »

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KRAIBURG focus: Prevention of sub-clinical laminitis

KRAIBURG focus: Prevention of sub-clinical laminitis

Sub-clinical laminitis - the most frequent laminitis form in dairy cattle - causes a multitude of economically significant claw diseases, e.g. sole ulcers, double sole or white line disease.

Find out how you can prevent in our new focus issue »

DIN 3763 - the new norm for elastic floor coverings in cattle houses

DIN 3763 - the new norm for elastic floor coverings in cattle houses

The new DIN 3763 was recently published, which sets standards for floor coverings in the walking and lying areas of cattle houses. The basis is the test specifications of the DLG test center. We have had our products successfully tested there for years - which is why they are, of course, compliant. The new standard could serve as a basis for decision-making for support programmes as well as become internationally relevant.

Read more about it in our new focus issue »

KRAIBURG focus: elevated cubicles help against heat stress

KRAIBURG focus: elevated cubicles help against heat stress

Our former “KRAIBURG Practical Experiences” now appear with a new face and a new name: KRAIBURG focus. The first issue examines the summerly topic heat stress.

Read more about how you can prevent this in our new focus issue »

Opening hours shipping department

Opening hours shipping department

From 18.05.2020 on we will return to our usual opening hours in the shipping department (Mayerhofen). The following loading times apply:

Mon to Thu: 7.00 a.m. – 3.30 p.m.

Fr: 7.00 a.m. – 12.00 p.m.

We are at your service!

We are at your service!

The corona virus keeps us all in suspense!

We have taken many measures to be at your service in the usual quality in the coming days and weeks.

Please read along here for the current information.

We wish you the very best! Keep well!

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New: KRAIBURG EMIRA – the slatted floor cover for dry walking areas

New: KRAIBURG EMIRA – the slatted floor cover for dry walking areas

The slatted floor cover with curved surface and slope towards the slit dissipates liquids quickly and reliably from all directions. This increases cleanliness and promotes dry claws – with proven animal-friendly KRAIBURG softness and sure-footedness. 75 % of the slits are covered. Ammonia emissions are reduced by around 47 %.

For further information please visit the product page »

POLSTA – preference test and customer satisfaction

POLSTA – preference test and customer satisfaction

In an operation with 85 deep litter cubicles (42 with the deep litter cubicle cushion POLSTA, 43 without POLSTA) the preference behaviour of 80 dairy cows was tested. In addition, 25 farmers that have POLSTA in the cattle house were asked about their experiences with the deep litter cubicle cushion.

Read more about it in our current Practical Experience »