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December 8, 2020
Brucellosis in cattle

Table of contents: What is brucellosis in cattle? What are the symptoms of brucellosis in cattle? What causes brucellosis in cattle? How to test brucellosis in cattle? How to treat brucellosis in cattle? Role of vaccination in brucellosis How to prevent infection of Brucella in cattle? How to control infected cattle and avoid the spread […]

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December 20, 2019
Pay attention to The common disease of dairy cow!

Dairy cows are the production machines and profit objects of cattle farms, but in the actual feeding management, cows will suffer from some chronic diseases because of the unfavorable supervision of cattle farm personnel, which will bring great economic losses to the cattle farms. Therefore, experts remind: dairy cattle breeding must do a good job […]

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December 18, 2019
How to treat uterine torsion in parturient dairy cows?

Bovine uterine torsion refers to the torsion (rotation) of the whole pregnant uterus, one side of the corners of the uterus around its longitudinal axis, accompanied by the torsion of the cervix and anterior vagina. Most of the twisting sites were cervix and its anterior and posterior parts. The incidence of twisting to the right was […]

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December 17, 2019
How to treat toxoplasmosis in dairy cows?

Toxoplasmosis is a parasitic disease caused by Toxoplasma Gondii parasitizing in nucleated cells of the human body. These include congenital toxoplasmosis and acquired toxoplasmosis. The main clinical manifestations were mostly recessive infection, and the severe cases were multiple organ damage. The main clinical manifestations of diseased dairy cattle were elevated body temperature, dyspnea, diarrhea symptom, […]

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December 10, 2019
Special therapies for dairy cow diseases you should know

With the improvement of living standards, people's demand for milk is increasing, and the development of the dairy farming industry has been promoted, especially in rural small-scale farming. The increase of dairy cows will inevitably bring many diseases, so the treatment of these diseases has become a major problem faced by dairy farmers in rural […]

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December 10, 2019
How to prevent Spring diseases in dairy cows

The climate in spring is changeable. In the process of dairy farming, if feeding management is not at home, the cow will suffer from various diseases. Therefore, dairy farmers should be familiar with the clinical features of multiple diseases in spring, strengthen the prevention of spring disease in dairy cows, and improve the management techniques for […]

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December 10, 2019
Can ovarian diseases in dairy cows affect milk?

The etiology and diagnosis of cow ovarian disease suggest that in the clinic, cow ovarian disease is one of the most common reproductive diseases, which has a serious impact on lactation and calving of dairy cows and has caused huge economic losses to the dairy farming industry. Because the etiology of ovarian diseases is complex, […]

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December 10, 2019
Can the mastitis of dairy cows affect milk?

With the continuous increase of dairy cattle feeding, diseases such as mastitis, hysteresis and hoof leaf inflammation often occur. If not treated in time, it will bring certain economic losses to dairy farmers, thus affecting the healthy development of the dairy industry. The effective prevention and treatment methods of these three common diseases are introduced […]

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December 9, 2019
Common diseases in dairy cows you should know

The diagnostic methods of diseases can be divided into general diagnostic methods and special diagnostic methods. The general diagnostic methods are inspection, auscultation, and olfaction. The essence of visual diagnosis is to observe diseases with the naked eye. Therefore, the practice of visual diagnosis has proved that visual diagnosis is a simple and valuable method […]

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December 9, 2019
What is the most common disease for dairy cows? 

There are currently about 220 million dairy cows in the world, and about one-third of them have various types of mastitis, and the annual loss due to mastitis is as high as $35 billion. In production, cow mastitis leads to a decrease in milk production, a decline in the quality of fresh milk, and the elimination […]

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December 9, 2019
Is hoof disease harmful in dairy cows?

1. Foot disease It can be divided into saprophytic, interphalangeal dermatitis, hoof ulcer, horseshoe horny erosion, horseshoe thinning, white line abscess, etc. Footrot disease (or interphalangeal cellulitis): The identification of this disease is relatively simple, caused by the mixed infection of Nectobacillus and Pseudomonas melanogenesis, also, there are other important bacteria cell is Provera, the […]

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December 9, 2019
How to prevent and treat dairy diseases?

There will be diseases in the cattle breeding process. It is very difficult for us to eliminate germs. Only pay attention to the management of various details to minimize the occurrence of diseases. The prevention and control of cow diseases are also the same. The following are the prevention and treatment methods for dairy diseases:1. […]

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