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December 7, 2019
How many common diseases do dairy cows have?

How many common diseases do cows have? Common diseases of dairy cows include cow mastitis, cow foot, and limb disease, cow infertility, calf diarrhea symptoms, wrinkle displacement, and placenta infertility. 1. Prevention and treatment of cow mastitis Mastitis is the most common disease in dairy cattle breeding. Generally speaking, clinical mastitis often leads to a […]

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December 7, 2019
What should we do if dairy cows suffer from diseases?

Strengthen dairy cattle feeding management, adhere to the "prevention-oriented, comprehensive prevention and control" policy. Every spring and autumn, dairy cows should be immunized against epidemics. At the same time, large disinfection should be carried out inside and outside the dairy farm to ensure the cleanliness and hygiene of the cow body, cowshed, surrounding environment and […]

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December 7, 2019
Is paratuberculosis in dairy cows harmful to milk?

The paratuberculosis of dairy cows is an epidemic that can cause significant economic losses. Strict control and extermination measures are needed to prevent its spread. The incubation period varies from 6 months to more than 15 years. Therefore, after dairy cattle were infected with paratuberculosis, there were no clinical symptoms in a certain period. Most […]

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December 7, 2019
How to treat postpartum diseases in dairy farms?

The postpartum stage of dairy cows is the most important period in dairy cattle feeding and management. During this period, because the whole physiological metabolism of dairy cows has undergone significant changes after delivery if the postpartum nursing of female cows is not done well or the wrong nursing methods are used, the obstetric diseases […]

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December 6, 2019
How to prevent common diseases of dairy cows

1. Mastitis Mastitis is a common disease in dairy cows. Mammitis occurs in 20%-60% of midwifery dairy cows. After inflammation of the breast, lactation decreases and the milk deteriorates. Inflammation can eventually destroy breast tissue and make part or all of its breasts lose lactation function. Breast trauma, improper milking methods, unclean milking or delayed […]

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December 6, 2019
Can reproductive diseases of dairy cows affect dairy products?

1. Congenital reproductive diseases The congenital reproductive diseases of dairy cows mainly exist in the process of selection and breeding, which is closely related to the staff's sense of responsibility and professional and technical level. Conditions in dairy farms can affect the occurrence of congenital reproductive diseases. From these factors, the direct causes of congenital […]

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December 6, 2019
Will dairy cow blood diseases affect milk production?

Dairy cow blood is a common clinical symptom caused by many factors in dairy cow feeding. It is indicated that there is bleeding in the digestive tract. Secondary anemia, nutritional absorption barrier, and low immunity may affect milk production, endanger health, increase feeding costs and reduce breeding benefits. Serious blood can directly cause the death […]

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December 6, 2019
Why dairy cows will suffer from diseases?

Mineral elements play a very important role in regulating the life activities of the body. Although they are very few in the body, it is easy to cause a mineral deficiency in practical production, resulting in the reduction of a dairy production performance and even the death of cattle, resulting in unnecessary economic losses. So […]

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December 6, 2019
Signal of dairy cow disease

Dairy cows have a fever when their body temperature reaches above 39 degrees Celsius. Some dairy farmers think the fever is a minor illness, it does not matter it is not. Some fever diseases of dairy cows, if not treated in time, will not only aggravate the disease but also affect milk, even cause death. […]

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December 5, 2019
Treatment of lactic acid poisoning in dairy cows

Lactic acid poisoning in dairy cows is a systemic metabolic disorder, which is caused by feeding numerous feedstuffs that are easy to ferment and produce acid. The main characteristic of lactic acid poisoning is the accumulation of large amounts of lactic acid in the rumen. The main clinical manifestations of diseased cattle were mental depression […]

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December 5, 2019
How harmful are infectious diseases in dairy cows

Over the past few decades, changes in management, nutrition facts, and genetics have changed the types of important diseases that people used to think of as dairy cows. More and more people have come to realize the importance of sub-health status without obvious symptoms of disease, mainly including the occurrence of metabolic diseases and production-related […]

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December 5, 2019
Will mastitis in dairy cows affect milk quality?

Dairy cow mastitis is one of the main diseases that endanger dairy farming. It exists in almost every farm, not only in China but also abroad. Dairy cow mastitis has become a worldwide problem. Dairy cows infected with mastitis not only affect the milk production of cows, but also affect the quality and quality of […]

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