References

WATER -
THE MOST IMPORTANT FEED IN LIVESTOCK HUSBANDRY

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In cattle farming, a sufficient supply of water of the best possible quality, as well as a supply of feed, is of essential importance for the economic success of a barn. A cow’s body consists of up to 70% water. The water content of milk is as high as 87%. Water is of central importance for the health of cows. It fulfils vital functions such as nutrient transport, digestive processes and thermoregulation.[1]

Cows have a particularly high water requirement. In summer, cows consume more than 130 litres of water per animal per day. With higher milk yields and higher feed requirements, the water requirement is even higher. As water intake decreases, the animals’ intake of dry feed matter also decreases.[2] Water can therefore be described as the animals’ most important feed, and it should always be available in sufficient quantities and of good quality.

Water is a crucial nutrient for pigs. Its role is vital because the loss of 10% of body water can cause the death of the animal.[1] Water plays a major role in maintaining body temperature, acid-base balance, controlling satiety and animal behavior.[1]

Good water intake also promotes the intake and utilization of dry feed matter and thus the performance of the animals. Therefore, water is one of the most important feedstuffs that should always be available in sufficient quantity and of good quality, as it is essential for the economic success of a stable facility.

Water is a crucial nutrient for poultry. Its role is vital because the loss of 10% of body water can cause the death of the animal.[1]

Water plays a major role in maintaining body temperature, acid-base balance, controlling satiety and animal behavior.[1] Good water intake also promotes the intake and utilization of dry feed matter and thus the performance of the animals. Therefore, water is one of the most important feedstuffs that should always be available in sufficient quantity and good quality, as it is essential for the economic success of a livestock facility.

Reference projects

Type: WV 30/1/25 Nr.1860

Capacity: 45m³/day

In operation since 2011

Type: WV 50/3/31P Nr.1913

Capacity: 100m³/day

In operation since 2013

Type: WV 40/2/31P Nr.1950

Capacity: 43 m³/day

In operation since 2014

Types: WV 50/3/31P Nr.1911 and WV 40/2/25P Nr.1830

Capacity: 41 m³/day | 40 m³/day

In operation since 2013  |  2010

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