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July 29, 2019
Do you know the transmission routes of dermal myiasis in dairy cows?

Dermatomyiasis of dairy cows is a chronic parasitic disease, mainly caused by the parasitic larvae of Hypoderma bovis, Dermatomyza striatum and Dermatomyza Sinensis in subcutaneous tissues of the body. The main manifestation of the diseased cows is loss of body weight, which affects the growth and development of calves, and the cow's milk production decreases […]

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July 24, 2019
Standard management of delivery rooms in large-scale pastures

I. Delivery room in large-scale pastures 1. Hardware Facilities Specialized delivery rooms must be set up for large-scale pastures. For the old pasture with balanced production, the feeding density should not exceed 80% by calculating the feeding space of each cow in the delivery room for one week. For the newly built mass calving pastures, we […]

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