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frabrne 374990 138 dairy farm (still in construction) either
dairy farm (still in construction)
this is new farm building for the 40 dairy cows
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in croatia we call this model fish bone it is 2x3 places
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this feeding barn inside view (from the same farmer) with feeding bulls
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Looks really nice:-)
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in dutch its a fich bone too :-P

why all the wood and no iron for the buiding ??

but it looks realy nice :-P
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outview of feeding barn with dairy barn in back.

thanks, Einachser, indeed it's modified wolf system.

willem in croatia we usually apply german (especially from bavarien because our climate is very similar to bavarien climate) or austrian solution's mostly wolf or haas system (or modfied it's system from croatian builder) and they use mostly wood solution. and the othjer reason is that the croatia haves about 40 % territory under the woods, so it's cheaper, faster construction and easier service. and you must know if you make a good wood protection, it can be longevity then metal structure.
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Nice barn, would be a great place to work in,however here in SW Missouri, which once was home to many dairies, the last few years and mainly 2006 put a lot of farms of business, due to our low prices of 10$ milk and now milk starts upward in price and we have high price grain, still no better, I don't know when the last time a new barn was built here. How are the economics of milking in your region?

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looks great yes.

but i think the milking parlour is a bit small, for 40 cows i would get a 2x4, but rather a 2x5 (or 2x6 swing-over) for the future, if you want more cows.
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Nice barn you have there, frabrne :-)
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in my county is now (130 000 inhabitants) in construction or reconstruction about 40 farm (from 30 to 100 cows), i was going to see with my brother that farm and hear from first hand from this farmer his experiences with company which build his farm. brother mean start build it's farm in spring so is good to hear other farmer experiences. this barn will be cost about 330 000 $ or 260 000 € when will be finished. in this time is wonderfull conditions for building dairy farms because the milk price is about 44 $ cent pro litre or 34 € cent pro litre plus goverment subvention which is about 17,5 ˘cent or 13,5 € cent pro litre this price is for extra quality clas milk. what will happend with the price if we one day come in EU nobody knows. i don't understand for what quantity is the price off 10 $.
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On our farm do we milking at a fich bone 2*5, for 40 cows

On some other farm I work they are built now a 2*8 side-to-side system, for 50 cows :-P
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wtf for 50 cows???
were i workt a year ago they have a 2x8 for 90 cows :-)
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indeed DEcoster :-P milking will be faster then cleaning :-P
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