The suckler cow husbandry consists of the Limousin and Pinzgauer breeds.
Rearing the young
The calves stay with the mother cows until they stop giving milk - this is about eight months. During this time, the calves already start eating hay and grass. After the lactation period, the young animals are placed in a separate group where they grow up until they are ready for slaughter or breeding.
Feeding and husbandry
All animals are fed grass and hay in summer and hay and lucerne-clover grass silage in winter. Of course, all animals have free run and are kept on straw.