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December 7, 2019
How to treat postpartum diseases in dairy farms?

The postpartum stage of dairy cows is the most important period in dairy cattle feeding and management. During this period, because the whole physiological metabolism of dairy cows has undergone significant changes after delivery if the postpartum nursing of female cows is not done well or the wrong nursing methods are used, the obstetric diseases […]

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December 6, 2019
Will dairy cow blood diseases affect milk production?

Dairy cow blood is a common clinical symptom caused by many factors in dairy cow feeding. It is indicated that there is bleeding in the digestive tract. Secondary anemia, nutritional absorption barrier, and low immunity may affect milk production, endanger health, increase feeding costs and reduce breeding benefits. Serious blood can directly cause the death […]

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December 5, 2019
Feeding and Management of Dairy Cows in Late Autumn and Early Winter

Creating a Comfortable Cowshed Micro climate1. Keep warm. Enhancing warmth retention is particularly important for maintaining milk production performance in the winter of dairy cows. The temperature in the cowshed should generally be kept between 8~ 17 ℃. Cow beds should be paved with more grass to avoid direct contact between livestock and cold ground. The enclosure of […]

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