Here is the tip:
Study has shown that cows prefer 16 hours of light and 8 hours of darkness. Light means 200 lux on cow level everywhere in the barn. You may verify this level by using a light meter, or a simple test is to see if you can read a newspaper any place in the barn. Dark means 50 lux or less, which is perceived as night by cows. Darkness can change their circadian cycle, possibly decreasing signs of heat. If we are not providing enough light or air, we need to consider breaking down walls, adding more windows or installing additional electric lights.
Usonic night simulators, blending white and red light to mirror nature's cycle. Hung at a comfortable 4.5-meter height, these fixtures offer serene lighting, aiding both cows and night workers without causing distress. Lasting 50,000 hours, they're a practical, durable choice for consistent, herd-friendly lighting.
For details reach out to Cindy Bay.
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