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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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December 4, 2019
Is cow stomatitis harmful to milk?

Dairy cow stomatitis is a kind of medical disease with blistering or ulcerative lesions at the initial end of the digestive tract. It is characterized by local pain, increased oral temperature, salivation and reduced intake of food. The diseased cattle are also accompanied by ulceration of hoofs and crowns, lameness, unstable walking, and indifference. If […]

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November 8, 2019
What is the most common disease in cattle?

Usually, calves are within six months of age, which is also the fastest-growing stage of them. Because the organs of calves in this period are still in the stage of development, so the autoimmune ability is not perfect, and there is no strong resistance to pathogens in the external environment so that calves are susceptible […]

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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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August 9, 2019
How to treat cow tetanus

Tetanus is an acute and poisonous human and animal infectious disease, which is caused by Clostridium tetanus infection through trauma. It is also called umbilical cord wind, lockout, ankylosis, etc. The main characteristic of diseased cattle is that the body's skeletal muscle or some muscle groups continue to appear tonic spasm, and will show obvious […]

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