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Default Tied vs Untied animals

Hello everybody

Here in Pakistan, our traditional farming was to tie the animal in the sheds, now we are practicing to construct fencing around the shed alongwith partitions according to physiological stage of the animals, so that animals will be free to move inside the shed and towards open area according to their own will, as well as they will be free to drink water and eat their feed.

But yesterday I saw the pictures of a very good farm in Thailand but I was surprised that their animals were Tied

Can anyone share his/her views and experiences of keeping animals Tied vs Untied.....?

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M Nauman Manzoor
M. Sc (Hons.) Animal Nutrition
Farm Production Advisor

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