BALLYA BLOG - Articles of Food Safety upstream & downstream supply chain

November 14, 2019
What do you feed cows to produce more milk?

1. Enhancing Carbohydrate Digestion75% to 80% of the dry matter and 50% of the crude fiber in the feed are digested in the rumen of dairy cows. There is a symbiotic relationship between rumen microorganisms and host, rumen bacteria and ciliates. It is this symbiotic relationship that determines the ability of rumen microorganisms to digest […]

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November 7, 2019
What do they feed cows to fatten them up?

1. Selection of suitable fattening population The breed, appearance and body shape of beef cattle play an important role in the fattening effect, but in addition to selecting beef cattle with good characteristics of the breed, other conditions should be considered. When choosing feeder cattle to fatten, the appropriate age, the price for feeder cattle and cattle […]

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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 5, 2019
How Artificial insemination is done in cows?

There are no bulls in specialized dairy farms, and the annual mating season will be dedicated to bringing high-quality pure breed bulls to provide mating services. Dairy cows are also divided into bulls and cows. Cows are often kept for milk production. In addition to leaving a few strong and disease-free breeding cattle, the rest […]

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