On our farm, we bead primarily dairy cattle and, to a lesser extent, meat cattle. In the Vysočina Region, cattle breeding is understood as an ideal complement to crops cultivation.
Breeding dairy cows and milk production is our core business. We breed 700 dairy cows. Over the past 5 years, we have managed to achieve a 29% increase in milk yield. We have obtained the highest Q quality certificate in the national milk quality monitoring. We are proud that our breeding is successful thanks to the use of our own feed and care for the best animal welfare.
Everything we do we try to do as thoroughly as possible. We trust our products.We have registered our milk for national quality monitoring.More about Q Program
Our farm is gradually passing through a cross-breeding from Czech red-haired to Holstein cattle.More about animal genetics
Everything we do we try to do as thoroughly as possible. We trust our products.We have registered our milk for national quality monitoring. We have obtained a Quality Certificate Q, which means that our milk meets the strictest hygienic, qualitative and nutritional values. The certificate is a guarantee for our customers to get quality. The certificate is at the same time a confirmation of the effectiveness of our feed, the quality of our stables and an important appreciation of the work of those who care about dairy cows at our farm.
Our farm gradually introduces a cross-breeding of Czech red-haired to Holstein cattle.When selecting a breed, we do not take into account only the immediate yield. Animal health condition and longevity are crucial for us. The yield of farm animals is steadily improving thanks to our care of animals and the way we feed them.
Breeding dairy cattle and milk production is our core business that we are constantly trying to improve. We achieve good results and we have the courage to try new practices.More about living conditions
Livestock production helps us maintain soil quality. Soil enriched with organic nutrients allows fodder to grow to a greater extent.More about forage crops cultivation
Breeding dairy cattle and milk production is our core business that we are constantly trying to improve. We achieve good results and we have the courage to try new practices. For this reason we have decided on a large modernization of housing. Old cattle barns are replaced by new ones with controlled ventilation. In order to achieve the maximum optimum cow comfort while resting, while significantly improving udder hygiene, we chose sandboxed boxing. Sand is an inert material that does not provide nutrient for micro organisms and fungi. In addition, it provides the cow with maximum comfort while lying. Another benefit is the safety of cows when moving around the stable because sand is a non-slip material. We were rewarded by improving health and performance of our cattle.
In our Vysočina Region, the crop-growing areas are interspaced with the poorer fields in the hills, where there are more stones than the arable land. Ideally, these areas are used for cattle grazing. The Aberdeen Angus breed was chosen to graze in our pastures.
The Aberdeen Angus is a breed sought after for high-quality meat, ideal for making steaks. Appreciated by its consumers.More about the breed
Natural conditions of our breeding are reflected in satisfied cattle grazing on the meadows, lounging and chewing in the shade of the trees.More about living conditions
Natural conditions of our breeding are reflected in satisfied cattle grazing on the meadows, lounging and chewing in the shade of the trees. The cattle is put into pasture in May, depending on the grazing condition. The cattle returns back to the wintering place in Chlístov in autumn. This is where youngsters are born from February to April, and then they leave for grazing with their mothers.
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