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Contribution to the technological and construction optimisation of a milking unit and milk treatment in a specialised dairy production unit for rearing dairy cows with free housing



Contribution to the technological and construction optimisation of a milking unit and milk treatment in a specialised dairy production unit for rearing dairy cows with free housing



Acta Technologica Agriculturae 27: 361-380



Initial investment and running costs were calculated for several arrangements in a dairy for 600 cows. The farm houses cows in 3 separate pavilions of 200 cows each; heifers are tied in, milking cows are in the free standing sections.

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