Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Cows-in-Farm-Affected-by-Drought-in-Germany-27MZIFJ8ONNII.htmlConceptually similarCattle at Farm Affected by Drought in GermanyGP0STUPELCompleted★★★★Cattle at Farm Affected by Drought in GermanyGP0STUPEOCompleted★★★★Cattle at Farm Affected by Drought in GermanyGP0STUPENCompleted★★★★Cows at Farm Affected by Drought in GermanyGP0STUPF0Completed★★★★Cows at Farm Affected by Drought in GermanyGP0STUPF2Completed★★★★Cows at Farm Affected by Drought in GermanyGP0STUPF1Completed★★★★Cows at Farm Affected by Drought in GermanyGP0STUPF4Completed★★★★Cow at Farm Affected by Drought in GermanyGP0STUPERCompleted★★★★Cows in Farm Affected by Drought in GermanyGP0STUPFUCompleted★★★★View AllGP0STUPFWCows in Farm Affected by Drought in GermanyCattle on dried out grass at a farm in Hennef in North Rhine-Westphalia. The calves stay with their mothers for the first three months.Dry soil, lack of feed for livestock, dried up paddocks and dead trees show some of the impacts of the current drought in Germany. The farm belongs to an ecological farmer, Bernd, where he keeps dairy cattle and grows vegetables.In original language:Auswirkungen der Duerre auf Bauernhof in Hennef bei Bonn.Anzeichen von Trockenheit auf einem Bauernhof im nordrhein-westfaelischen Hennef. Trockener Boden, Futtermangel, ausgetrocknete Koppeln und tote Baeume zeigen einige der Auswirkungen der aktuellen Duerre in Deutschland. Der Landwirt, Bauer Bernd haelt Milchvieh und bewirtschaftet Gemuese-Felder.Die Kaelber bleiben drei Monate bei der Mutter, danach sind sie auf der Wiede bei einer Ammenkuh, das sogenannte Muttergebundene Kaelberaufzucht.Locations:Europe-Germany-North Rhine-WestphaliaDate:12 Aug, 2020Credit:© Bernd Lauter / GreenpeaceMaximum size:7952px X 5304pxKeywords:Agriculture-Cattle-Climate (campaign title)-Cows-Day-Drought-Ecological farming-Farms-Food for Life (campaign title)-KWCI (GPI)-Meat and Dairy (campaign title)-OutdoorsShoot:Farm Affected by Drought in GermanySigns of drought at an ecological farm in Hennef in North-Rhine-Westphalia. Dry soil, lack of feed for livestock, dried up paddocks and dead trees show some of the impacts of the current drought in Germany. The last three years rainfall has only been half as much as normal on the farm, leading to very dry conditions.