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December 12, 2019
Tips for using drugs in dairy cows

There are several kinds of medicines that can be used to treat certain diseases, but which one is the most suitable one can be considered according to the following aspects: good curative effect, less toxic and side effects, low price and suitable medicines for dairy cows. When using drugs, you should pay attention to: 1. Read […]

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December 10, 2019
Is ketone in dairy cows harmful?

Ketosis mainly occurs in high-yielding dairy cows with good nutrition facts and menstruation. The morbidity and mortality of cow babies increased, and some cattle were eventually eliminated after a long period of treatment and recurrent diseases. Pathogeny Dairy cow ketosis is also called ketonemia and ketonuria. It is a disorder of carbohydrate and fat metabolism […]

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December 9, 2019
Are Phosphorus supplements for dairy cows good to milk?

Phosphorus is the most biologically functional element in all minerals. Firstly, it participates in the composition of bone and tooth structure together with calcium to ensure the integrity of bone and tooth structure. Secondly, it participates in energy metabolism in vivo, which is an integral part of ATP and creatine phosphate. Thirdly, it promotes the […]

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December 7, 2019
Can hormone disorders in dairy cows affect milk?

Due to improper feeding and management, genital tract inflammation, stress and so on, the reproductive system function is abnormal, hormone secretion disorders in the body cause damage to the reproductive function of cows, often occur persistent corpus luteum, ovarian cysts, ovarian quiescence and so on. NO.1 Persistent corpus luteum Female cows are not fertilized after […]

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December 5, 2019
Phosphorus supplementation techniques in dairy cows

Phosphorus is the most biologically functional element in all minerals. Although there is enough phosphorus in the feed during dairy cattle breeding, many diseases are liable to cause a large loss of phosphorus, resulting in the imbalance of calcium-phosphorus ratio in the body. Therefore, it is very important to supplement phosphorus in the process of […]

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December 3, 2019
Is mildewed rice straw poisoning in cows harmful?

1. Incidence The disease was first discovered in the rice-producing areas of Pakistan in 1939. Subsequently, in New Zealand, the United States, etc., the rotten hoof caused by the fungus infection of the fescue was found. Similar diseases have been reported in Australia, Italy, India, and Japan. According to reports, the disease occurred in the […]

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December 2, 2019
How to Carry out Health Care for Dairy Cows?

I. Timely BreedingBred cows at the age of 14-18 months or weighing 350 kg can increase the reproductive rate and achieve greater economic benefits by timely mating 2-3 months after delivery. First, pay attention to observe the oestrus of cows. When in estrus, the appearance is exciting and the action is disturbed, often climbing across […]

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December 2, 2019
What should be taken note of when cows drink water?

1)Dairy breeding technicians should pay attention to not drinking domestic wastewater. There are two kinds of domestic wastewater. They should be treated differently. For some rice-washing water, noodle soup, dumpling soup, vegetable soup and so on, as long as they are not sour, they can directly let dairy cows drink. For the washing water of […]

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November 29, 2019
How to improve the intake of dairy cows?

Over-feeding density limits feeding space and rest space, which hurts rumination time. By ensuring that dairy cows maintain adequate nutritional intake to meet their needs, we can safeguard health and improve milk production. Therefore, the precise formulation and a high-quality diet are indispensable. Unfortunately, dairy cows do not always get the most nutritional value of […]

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November 29, 2019
Causes and Measures of Heat Stress in Dairy Cows

What is heat stress in cows?Dairy cow heat stress refers to the summation of non-specific responses of dairy cows to high-temperature environments that are not conducive to physiological conditions. Its purpose is to mobilize the defensive function of the body to overcome the adverse effects of high-temperature stimuli and ensure the stability of the body […]

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November 28, 2019
Advantages and Application of Total Mixed Rations for Dairy Cows

1. Advantages of Total Mixed Rations for Dairy CowsThe intake of dry matter can be increased by using a total mixed rations for dairy cows. The use of total mixed rationscan ensure that the nutrients in the diet are adequate and the proportion of concentrate to roughage is reasonable, which can make cows obtain all kinds […]

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November 28, 2019
Effect of Nutrition on Milk Yield and Composition of Dairy Cows

1. CarbohydratesCarbohydrates include non-fiber carbohydrates and fibers. Among them, non-fiber carbohydrates include starch, sugar, and pectin. The proportion of non-fiber carbohydrates in the diet of dairy cows should be 20%-45%. This range is determined by the proportion of concentrate to roughage in the diet. For diets with less roughage, non-fiber carbohydrates are required to be […]

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