The Meyer family’s dairy farm in Germany consists of 2 locations. The first location is used for the rearing of young cattle and the other location houses 250 dairy cows and the youngest calves from 0 to 2 weeks of age. The dairy farm disposes of 6 Topcalf Quinto hutches, facing each other to create microclimate. Each Quinto calf hutch houses 5 calves. The calf hutches have been modified with wind deflectors and sealing walls to prevent as many draughts as possible, creating an optimal climate. The Meyer family feeds whole milk (ad libitum), water and chopped straw. A drainage channel for urine has been installed under the calf hutches to keep them dry and clean for a longer period of time.