LED Stable lighting By August Müller Lichttechnik

1 March 2022 | Int. Livestockhousing Guide |

For a balanced and good LED stable lighting in your cattle barn, the choice of the right lighting technology is of great importance.

Twilight vision is strong in cows, but the cow’s eye takes much longer to adjust to differences in light. This is the reason why cows and especially young animals can shy away from a shadow, a spot of light or a sudden change of colour. A even and flicker-free illumination of the animal stalls is therefore not only particularly important for cows. The release of melatonin (sleep hormone) is slowed down by good and bright light, which can increase milk production in cows.  A good lighting reduces the Accident risk and Sync and corrections by n17t01 the Performance potential of your personnel. The animals can be better inspected in accordance with the Animal Welfare Livestock Ordinance and injuries/illnesses can be detected at an early stage.  Good and bright light contributes to the well-being of humans and animals and is the basis for a Increasing productivity.

More information: www.augustmuellerlichttechnik.de

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