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November 25, 2019
Several Ways to Improve the Utilization Rate of Dairy Cow Forage

1. Do a good job in the preservation of forage leaves The nutritive value of the leaf part of the whole forage is higher. The nutritive components of all kinds of forage grass, hay and straw are higher in the leaves. For example, the nutrients in the leaves of alfalfa hay are much higher than […]

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November 25, 2019
Technology of Ration Compound for Dairy Cow

1. Principles of formulation The formulation principle should conform to the Feed Nutrition Composition Table and the Dairy Cattle Feeding Standard, and be combined with the actual production of dairy cows to design the dietary formula. Diet formulation should ensure rich and comprehensive nutrition, a reasonable proportion of concentrate and roughage, so that the nutrition […]

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November 25, 2019
Ways to Improve Milk Fat Rate of Dairy Cows

1. Selecting breeds and individuals with high milk fat rateFor different breeds of dairy cows, there are also differences in milk yield and milk composition. Usually, the milk yield and milk fat rate of dairy cows are negatively correlated, that is to say, the higher the milk yield of dairy cows, the lower the milk fat […]

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November 23, 2019
Frostbite of breast in dairy cows can affect the quality of milk?

Frostbite of breast Dairy cows have no hair and the skin is thin, a large area of contact with air, low temperature, strong wind, cold bed and lying on the ground, and improper use of non-winter nipple disinfectant can easily cause frostbite. Frostbite causes chapped breast (head) skin of dairy cows. It is easy to […]

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November 14, 2019
How much grain does a dairy cow eat per day?

Roughage is a kind of low energy and high fiber feed. Staying in the rumen of dairy cows for a long time will stimulate rumination, which is conducive to the normal development of rumen function. Diseases can be caused when concentrate accounts for 60% to 70% of the diet of dairy cows. Roughage plays an […]

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November 5, 2019
Can Inflammatory Curve of Dairy Cows' Hoofs affect milk?

At present, in the process of dairy cattle raising and production, the occurrence of hoof leaf inflammation is relatively common, and in the dairy herd mainly young cows and cows with lower parity are more prevalent, most of them are sporadic, but occasional mass outbreaks occur in clinic. In the actual clinical feeding process of […]

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November 5, 2019
What is the best breed of dairy cow?

Behind a successful cow, there must be countless cows to pave the way for it. Do you know what is the best breed of cow? Although the most common dairy cows are Holstein cows originating in the province of Fischer LAN, Greater Netherlands, the dairy family still has many competitors in the milk production competition […]

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August 16, 2019
How to Prevent and Control of Clostridium Westermani Disease in Dairy Cows?

Epidemic characteristics  Clostridium welchii in dairy cows is mainly caused by pollution of the environment, drinking water, feed and so on. When dairy cows are fed, bacteria or spores will enter the intestinal tract and multiply in large quantities, resulting in the occurrence of Clostridium welchii. Besides, sudden changes in climate and feeding environment, or […]

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August 12, 2019
What diseases can't or limit the use of salt in dairy cows?

Salt is a mineral feed, which is an important component of gastric juice. It plays an important role in promoting gastrointestinal digestion, maintaining the volume and osmotic pressure of intracellular and extracellular fluid of the body, and is very important for dairy cows. But it is related to many diseases of dairy cows, which can […]

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August 9, 2019
Problems and Solutions in Lactation Period of Dairy Cows

The purpose of dairy cows breeding is to maximize milk production. Only improving milk production and quality is the key to obtaining the best economic benefits. Therefore, the feeding management of dairy cows in lactation stage is very important to improve milk production and quality of dairy cows. Lactation level is also different if improper […]

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August 9, 2019
Prevention and treatment of heatstroke in dairy cows

Dairy cattle heatstroke is mainly caused by physical factors (such as temperature, heat, sunlight, humidity, etc.) which lead to damage to the body, resulting in disorders of the central nervous system function, and some will die due to lack of timely treatment or inappropriate treatment. To avoid unnecessary losses in the process of dairy cattle […]

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August 9, 2019
How to treat osteomalacia in dairy cows?

Osteomalacia of dairy cows is a chronic nutritional metabolic disease, which is caused by the lack of calcium, phosphorus or the unreasonable ratio of the two feedstuffs, resulting in the disorder of calcium and phosphorus metabolism and bone decalcification. The main clinical features are digestive disorders, soft bones, deformed hoofs, abnormal limbs, and lameness. If […]

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