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This dry lot corral was groomed with a blade or a rake daily to remove most manure, incorporate the remainder into the soil, and level the surface. Corral-type dry lots for dairy cattle were most useful in areas with relatively low precipitation such as the southwestern United States. NAL #3387, #3388, #3390, #4573 and #4575 illustrate a variety of dry lots for dairy cattle.

Grooming a dairy cattle dry lot

Credit: Hoard's Dairyman

Digital Credit: Michel Wattiaux

Publisher: Unknown

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Description: This dry lot corral was groomed with a blade or a rake daily to remove most manure, incorporate the remainder into the soil, and level the surface. Corral-type dry lots for dairy cattle were most useful in areas with relatively low precipitation such as the southwestern United States. NAL #3387, #3388, #3390, #4573 and #4575 illustrate a variety of dry lots for dairy cattle.

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