When calves raised in isolation (individually) are placed in large groups there is almost always a setback in health and weight due to competition for food and group social pressure. Placing similarly sized calves into a Multi Max is the best way to prevent these setbacks.

 Advanced testing has shown that 4 or so calves housed in a single Multi-Max for 2 or 3 months will provide best growth and is easily managed. The animals will bond into social groups for mutual protection

 Why raise calves in the Multi-Max?

  • Allows calves to make the transition from isolation to a manageble group system
  • Allows for placement of similarly sized calves to minimize setback
  • Easy to move
  • Highest growth
  • Low initial investment
  • Easy to manage weaned groups versus individuals
  • Allows calves to bond into social groups