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November 7, 2019
What causes head swelling?

Actinobacteriosis is caused by Actinobacillus Linnaeus infecting soft tissue of head; actinomycosis causing osteoporotic periostitis of upper and mandible; malignant edema caused by Clostridium Septicum; alveolar periostitis is a serious periodontal disease with secondary infection, which occurs in cow baby with unknown etiology; submandibular abscess is caused by cyanobacterium pyogenesis; Drug appliances can cause perforation […]

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November 7, 2019
What parasite burrows into the skin?

The dairy fluffy cow can be infected by four kinds of lipid mites (scabies, foot mites, itchy mites, Demodex), six kinds of lice, skin worms, maggots (spiral maggots) and various flies. Parasitic dermatosis is most common in dairy cows fed in winter. Many skin diseases can not be differentiated according to clinical symptoms but must […]

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November 6, 2019
Is pesticide residue harmful in milk powder?

What is pesticide: Pesticides can be used to kill insects, fungi and other organisms harmful to crop growth. The earliest pesticides used are DDT, BHC and so on, which can wipe out numerous pests. But their stability is good, they can exist in the environment for a long time and accumulate continuously in animals, plants […]

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November 6, 2019
How do you start raising beef cattle?

1. Construction of cattle shed Due to reduce cattle feed prices, most of the beef cattle farmers are small and medium scale. Because of the small scale, farmers often do not invest too much money in the construction of cattle shed. The cattle rancher does not lay stress on the construction of cattle shed at all, but […]

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November 6, 2019
How do you raise beef cattle?

1. Key Points of Weaning Beef CalvesIn general, breast milk benefits for 3 to 6 months cattle and then wean and fatten. To raise cattle efficiently, young cattle highland can begin to eat a small amount of water and grass after 3~4 weeks, and their forestomach grows rapidly. When calves are about 2 months old, they have […]

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November 6, 2019
What causes pneumonia in cows?

Bronchopneumonia, also known as lobular pneumonia, can cause inflammation of the bronchi or bronchioles along with the pulmonary lobules. Many pathogenic factors can cause the disease. The main pneumonia symptoms are that the alveoli of bronchioles and a few pulmonary lobules are filled with inflammatory exudates such as white blood cells and epithelial cells, showing […]

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November 6, 2019
5 steps to teach you how to breed cattle

1. Preparation of pre-procurement Before purchasing, relevant investigations should be done, such as the investigation of the origin like cattle highland or not, or distribution area of feeder cattle, the structure of breeds like Angus cattle, Dexter cattle, Hereford cattle, etc. And the quantities, age and sex, and the investigation of the proportion of bulls, cows, calves and […]

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November 6, 2019
How do you breed beef cattle in winter?

1. Reserve of roughage and concentrateBecause of the low temperature in winter, beef cattle breeding should be changed from fresh forage to dry lot feeding. It is necessary to reserve enough roughage and concentrate on dry lot feeding. Generally, roughage can be produced by combining forage, maize, straw and silage, yellow silage, microbial silage, ammoniation from the forage […]

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August 7, 2019
The Big Secrets For Dairy Farming

1. Lactation Law of Dairy Cows High-yielding dairy cows refer to those cows with milk production of more than 6 tons and daily milk production of more than 30 kg in the whole lactation period. During the same lactation period, milk production of dairy cows varies significantly with breed, individual, health degree, body condition, age, […]

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July 24, 2019
Standard management of delivery rooms in large-scale pastures

I. Delivery room in large-scale pastures 1. Hardware Facilities Specialized delivery rooms must be set up for large-scale pastures. For the old pasture with balanced production, the feeding density should not exceed 80% by calculating the feeding space of each cow in the delivery room for one week. For the newly built mass calving pastures, we […]

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