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November 8, 2019
How do you take care of calves?

The purpose of removing horns is to prevent cattle from hurting people or other cattle. For calves before 30 days of age, electric cautery can be used to remove horns; for calves aged from 1 to 3 months, caustic sodium (potassium) cauterization can be used; for larger calves, chisel or sawing can be used to […]

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November 7, 2019
Is fatty liver dangerous?

Disease profile What are the symptoms of fatty liver in dairy cows?Nowadays, to give full play to the milk production performance of dairy cows in many countries, continuous feeding of high-concentrate diets has aggravated the prevalence of fatty liver syndrome and diet fatty liver in dairy cows. The disease is common in high-yielding dairy cows. […]

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July 25, 2019
Do you know The secret of Calcium and Dairy Diseases?

Dairy cows need a lot of calcium to maintain their lives and produce. Calcium is closely related to cow diseases. Calcium has the following main functions in dairy cows: it constitutes bone and teeth together with phosphorus; regulates nerve excitability; is related to a muscle contraction; participates in hemagglutination process and has hemostatic effect; is […]

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