An article in Progressive Dairyman explains how researchers around the world have found dry compost animal bedding to be of benefit to cattle. The article says:
At the 2015 European Federation of Animal Science meeting in Warsaw, Poland, scientists representing the U.S., the Netherlands, Belgium, Germany and Austria presented research in compost-bedded pack barns from their respective countries.
University of Kentucky researchers Joe Taraba, Jeffrey Bewley and Elizabeth Eckelkamp discussed compost-bedded pack barns in Kentucky, stating that well-managed compost-bedded pack barns can provide the following benefits:
A comfortable resting surface
Ease of lying and rising
Allow animals to express more natural behaviors
Easily house different sizes and breeds of animals
Read the rest of the article in Progressive Dairyman here.
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