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Animal housing systems on litter - what animals need from the housing system

Animal housing systems on litter - what animals need from the housing system

KTBL Arbeitspapier ( 182): 9-18

Advantages of animal housing systems with litter are outlined, including moisture absorption, thermal insulation, lower resistance to hooves, environmental stimulation and animal welfare.

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