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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
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 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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