Bone material derived from archaeological research conducted in the years 2002 - 2007 at site 1 in Witów. It was found in the features of the Lusatian culture and in strata outside these objects. We analyzed a total of 3251 pieces of bone, of which 2291 have been identified in terms of species and anatomy. The largest groups are the remains of mammals (84.86%) and invertebrates in the form of freshwater mussel shells (14.71%). Among mammals, domestic animals strongly dominated especially cattle and small ruminants. Materials from features and strata are not homogeneous - there were differences in the share of individual species. Analysis of the anatomical distribution and age of slaughter leads to the conclusion that inhabitants of the settlement at Witów bred animals for their own use, using all parts of the carcass. In the studied material the remains of animals killed after morphological maturity predominate, indicating “economic” type of animal keeping.