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August 9, 2019
Etiological analysis and prevention of heterophilia in dairy cows

Heterophilia in dairy cows is a stubborn disorder of taste, which is caused by metabolic dysfunction, resulting in abnormal taste, thus appearing the phenomenon of licking and gnawing, the main characteristic of which is eating foreign bodies. The disease usually occurs in cows fed in the house in winter and early spring. The disease usually […]

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August 9, 2019
Clinical Symptoms and Prevention of Anthrax in Dairy Cows

Anthrax is a severe and acute infectious disease caused by Bacillus anthracis. It can be infected by all kinds of animals, especially herbivores. Dairy cows can be infected with anthrax in any season of the year. The most common cause of anthrax is in summer, especially when there is more rain, washing dead cows bodies […]

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