The elastic rubber brisket board

Young cattle

Dairy cattle

Very elastic
and comfortable
Suitable for free stall widths
greater than 115 cm
For elevated
Can be combined with
various lying mats

The elastic rubber brisket board

Rubber brisket boards – designed as gentle limitation in the free stall – enable comfortable lying with free space to the front and perfectly complement the control devices of the free stall. ergoBOARD is ca. 18 cm high, extremely elastic and ergonomically shaped. The pleasantly soft mat allows cows to adopt natural lying positions, for example with an outstretched foreleg. This also puts less strain on carpal joints when getting up. ergoBOARD is suitable for free stall widths greater than 115 cm and can be combined with various lying mats. ergoBOARD is installed in front of the lying mat and can, as a result, also be easily retrofitted.

  • Very elastic

  • Enables comfortable, natural lying and protects the carpal joints when standing up

  • Can be easily retrofitted

  • For free stall widths greater than 115 cm

ergoBOARD fact sheet
18.5 cm
9 cm
115/120 cm

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No injuries and comfortable to lie on

"We used to use wooden posts as a brisket boundary, but over time they caused open sores on the cows. Using ergoBOARDs means that we don’t have this problem any longer."

Ranninger farm, Feldkirchen, Austria

ergoBOARD as an animal-friendly feed guard

"The ergonomic shape is very animal friendly. The cows are held back while eating and shove less feed into the walking alley."

Muff farm, Gunzwil, Switzerland

Unrestricted lying possible

"The cows love to lie down with their forelegs stretched out over the ergoBOARD. I don’t think we could imagine life without this brisket board now."

Bichler farm, Siegsdorf, Germany