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November 28, 2019
Effects of Nutritional Factors on Reproductive Performance of Dairy Cows

The reproductive performance of dairy cows is directly related to the production level of dairy cows. Many factors are affecting the reproductive performance of dairy cows in actual production, and there are very complex relationships among them, including breed, age, genetic factors, diseases, feeding management, environment, and nutrition. 1. Effect of Energy on Reproductive PerformanceEnergy […]

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November 28, 2019
Factors Affecting Lactation Performance of Dairy Cows

1. Genetic factorsVariety differences. Different breeds of dairy cows have great differences in milk yield and milk fat rate. Compared with local breeds, the milk yield of highly cultivated breeds is significantly higher. Besides, there is an inverse relationship between milk yield and milk fat rate, that is, milk yield of dairy cows is higher and […]

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November 28, 2019
Methods and Measures for Shortening Calving Interval of Dairy Cows

1. Influencing factors of calving intervalMany factors are affecting the calving interval in the production of dairy cows, mainly due to inadequate feeding and management of dairy cows, inappropriate breeding environment, poor postnatal care and so on. Dairy cows are cold-resistance and not heat-resistance. Under the high-temperature environment in summer, dairy cows are prone to […]

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November 28, 2019
Night feeding and management of dairy cows in summer

1. Strengthen night feedingBecause cows are ruminants, and their intake is larger than other animals, and their special digestive system determines that the faster digestion of cows. Therefore, we should provide sufficient feed for cows, besides feeding an adequate amount of grass during the day, night feed should be added. An appropriate amount of forage […]

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November 25, 2019
Effective Ways to Improve Milk Yield of Dairy Cows

1. Ensuring a comprehensive dietDairy cows in the last 20 days of lactation, to ensure that the loss caused by the previous lactation period can be fully compensated while reserving enough nutrients for the next lactation peak. At this stage, dairy cows should increase the feed of concentrate, absorb enough energy, avoid glycogen depletion during […]

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November 25, 2019
Feeding and Management Techniques of Dairy Cows in the High Lactation Period

Ⅰ. Feeding of Dairy Cows in the High Lactation PeriodThe peak lactation period is the most difficult stage for raising cows, because the lactation is at its peak, and the feed intake of cows has not yet reached its peak. The feeding peak lagged behind the lactation peak for about one and a half months, […]

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November 25, 2019
Rational Utilization of Concentrated Feed for Dairy Cows

1. Reasonable Control of Concentrated Feed ConsumptionThe nutritive value of concentrate is higher, but it is not that the higher the proportion of concentrate in dairy cow's diet, the better. Although the nutritive value of roughage is higher, its price is correspondingly higher. If the proportion of concentrate in the diet is too high, on […]

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