n The Dairy Mail - Why is a sixty day dry period essential? - : advertorial

Volume 18, Issue 4
  • ISSN : 1561-4301


Over the last eighty years, the worldwide dairy industry standard duration for the dry period has been eight weeks, or sixty days. It constitutes a period of rest and recuperation ('recharging') for dairy cows, to prepare them for a healthy and productive subsequent lactation.

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