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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
Molasses Bean Skin: Provider of High-Quality Short Fiber for Dairy Cow Farming!

Soybean hulls are a by-product of soybean oil processing, accounting for 10% of the total volume and 8% of the total weight of soybean. Soybean hulls are mainly the outer coating material of soybean, the color is beige or light yellow, the main components are cell wall and plant fiber. Molasses bean skin is a special […]

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December 5, 2019
Feeding and Management of Dairy Cows in Late Autumn and Early Winter

Creating a Comfortable Cowshed Micro climate1. Keep warm. Enhancing warmth retention is particularly important for maintaining milk production performance in the winter of dairy cows. The temperature in the cowshed should generally be kept between 8~ 17 ℃. Cow beds should be paved with more grass to avoid direct contact between livestock and cold ground. The enclosure of […]

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December 5, 2019
Six Misconceptions Avoiding in Dairy Cow Feeding and Management

Myth 1: The longer the milking time, the better The lactation period of dairy cows is usually 305 days. However, in production, some farmers milk cows from the time they produce milk until there is no milk. This practice will make the cow consume excessive nutrition in the body, making the cow more difficult to […]

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December 5, 2019
Main Points of Dairy Cow Feeding

Dairy cow milk production period refers to the period from delivery to dry milk, which is generally 305 days. It is generally divided into early lactation, peak lactation, mid-lactation, and late lactation. I. Suggestions of Feeding in Different Stages1. Early lactation--21 days after delivery. The feeding points are to prepare for postpartum recovery, epidemic prevention, and […]

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December 5, 2019
Feeding and Management of Dairy Cows under Heat Stress

Heat stress refers to the sum of non-specific physiological responses of the organism at high temperature to any requirements of the thermal environment. The main factors causing heat stress are ambient temperature, relative humidity, solar radiation, and airflow. It is judged that the heat stress of dairy cows is mainly reflected by temperature and humidity […]

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December 5, 2019
Feeding and Management of Dairy Cows

(1) Exercise. Exercise 1-2 hours a day to improve blood circulation, exercise limbs strength and wear hoof nails. (2) Hoofs should be trimmed. Because of the characteristics of dairy cows themselves and the neglect of human, the movement of dairy cows is reduced and the wear of hoof nails is very small. If not trimmed, the long […]

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December 5, 2019
Importance of Potassium and Sulfur Elements in Dairy Cow Breeding

With the continuous improvement of intensive and large-scale breeding of modern dairy cows and varieties, production efficiency has been gradually improved, and the demand for dairy cattle for various nutrients has been constantly increasing. Potassium and sulfur in mineral nutrients are often neglected, which has brought adverse effects on the health and production performance of […]

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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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December 5, 2019
Seven Measures to Deal with extreme wheather in Dairy Cow Breeding

Whenever a snowstorm strikes, the temperature drops sharply, and some shelters collapse and roads are blocked, which has a serious impact on the life and production of dairy cows. How should dairy farming cope with snowstorms and freezing temperatures? Three measures for dairy cow breeding to cope with low temperature, rain and snow weather: Dairy […]

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December 5, 2019
How to prevent postpartum uterine prolapse in dairy cows?

Uterine prolapse: refers to the partial or total reversal of the uterus out of the vagina. It is a common disease of postpartum dairy cows. It is often called "blow gourd" by the common people in many rural areas. The disease is a more difficult disease to treat in the clinic, and it is easy […]

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