Author：Livestock Research Institute, COA/Industrial Technology Research Institute
The disinfecting robot for newborn calves contains a 45 liter water tank, and this water tank could be filled with disinfecting water. There are 2 sprinkler holes in the front of the robot, which can spray disinfecting water and soften the feces on the ground in front of the robot during driving. The use of disinfectant can reduce the number of bacteria in the barn and prevent calves from diarrhea due to environmental sanitation problems. In addition, a lifting rotating scraper is designed under the front of the machine to scrape the feces under the high bed. A blowing device is designed behind the machine to dry the ground to prevent the calf from slipping.