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July 25, 2019
Pay attention to it! The treatment of true gastric volvulus in dairy cows

True gastric torsion, also known as the right transposition of the true stomach, refers to the torsion of the true stomach around its longitudinal axis of 180-270 degrees, which is clockwise torsion of the true stomach (the right direction of the true stomach) between the liver and the right abdominal wall. With the increasing demand for […]

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July 25, 2019
You have to know The secret of dairy cow dystocia!

There are two factors of dystocia: narrow pelvic orifice and birth canal, the incomplete opening of the birth canal, weak contraction of the uterus and abdominal wall in cows; excessive fetal size, abnormal fetal position, stillbirth, fetal malformation, and twins. For captive cattle, especially pregnant cows who lack exercise, dystocia is more likely to occur. […]

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July 25, 2019
How to prevent perinatal diseases in dairy cows?

During the perinatal period, cows are affected by the stress of childbirth, which results in a decrease of body resistance and the occurrence of diseases closely related to childbirth. The occurrence of these diseases often results in the decline of reproductive performance and milk production of dairy cows, even forced to be eliminated, causing serious […]

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July 25, 2019
Feeding and Management of Dairy Cows and Calve in Summer

1. Adjusting Feed Formula and Feeding TimeIn summer, to alleviate heat stress, feed formulation can be adjusted appropriately. Firstly, the proportion of roughage and concentrate should be controlled at 1:1 to reduce the proportion of high-fiber feed which produces more heat in digestion and metabolism, and the proportion of concentrate should be increased by 10%. […]

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July 25, 2019
Pay attention to The symptoms and treatment of vaginal prolapse in dairy cows

Vaginal prolapse of dairy cows is an obstetric disease, which is caused by age, menstruation, physical weakness, poor feeding and lack of exercise, resulting in the decrease of tissue tension in the whole body. It causes excessive exertion of blame during childbirth, or fetal volume is too large and dystocia. Suddenly, it pulls the calf […]

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July 25, 2019
Feeding Methods of Dairy Cows in Autumn

Feeding environmentThe purpose of disinfection is to kill pathogenic microorganisms on the media, to make them harmless, to eliminate pathogenic microorganisms in livestock and poultry, and to cut off the transmission of infectious diseases. Personnel disinfection. Breeders should change their clothes in time when they enter the production area. Ultraviolet disinfection lasts for 3-5 minutes. Workwear […]

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July 25, 2019
Feeding and Management Technology of Dairy Cows in Winter

The production of dairy cows is closely related to the environment. Cold, hot, temperature, humidity, wind and so on will have an impact on the production performance and health of dairy cows. Due to improper feeding and management in winter, it will lead to breast frostbite, limb disease, calf diarrhea, pneumonia and so on, which […]

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July 25, 2019
Dairy Cow Breeding and Disease Control

Dairy Cow Breeding Technology in SummerDairy cows are cold-resistant and not heat-resistant livestock, and the suitable environment temperature for their growth is 10~20 ℃. Generally speaking, when the ambient temperature is 4~24 ℃ and the relative humidity is 60%~80%, the milk yield is less affected. When the ambient temperature rises above 25 ℃, the milk […]

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July 25, 2019
Method of feeding dairy cows

The feedstuff for dairy cows breeding is the foundation, and the key to bringing the production performance of dairy cows into full play is the feedstuff with good quality and proper nutrition. Besides, it is necessary to carry out scientific and reasonable feeding, master the feeding technology of dairy cow feed and improve the utilization […]

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July 24, 2019
How to Feed and Manage Dairy Cows in Dry Period

To raise cows in the dry period, which is generally divided into two stages: the early stage of a dry period and the late stage of the dry period. The whole period from the beginning of dry milk to 15 days before calving is called pre-dried milk, and the period from 2 weeks before calving […]

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July 24, 2019
Eight Misunderstandings in Rural Dairy Cow Breeding

1. Lack of Attention to Dairy Cow Breeding Many farmers raise cows to get rid of poverty. Some of them have a backward breeding level and poor breeding efficiency. They do not have enough funds to buy high-quality dairy cows that they can only buy ordinary dairy cows for raising. At the same time, in […]

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July 24, 2019
Efficient feeding method for dairy cows

1. Ensuring the full nutrition of dairy cows All the nutrient sources of dairy cows are feed. The quality of feed and its nutrient components have an important impact on the health and production performance of dairy cows. Full nutritional and adequate feed supply is the key to the high yield of dairy cows. When […]

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