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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 2, 2019
Breeding and Management Techniques of Bred Cows

1. Ration supplyBred cows aged from 7 to 12 months are at the fastest growing stage. At this time, each cow can be fed 2-2.5 kg of concentrate feed, 10-15 kg of silage and 2-2.5 kg of hay every day. Attention should be paid to avoid overfeeding and overnutrition, which leads to overweight. Bred cows […]

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