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December 2, 2019
Breeding and Management Techniques of Bred Cows

1. Ration supplyBred cows aged from 7 to 12 months are at the fastest growing stage. At this time, each cow can be fed 2-2.5 kg of concentrate feed, 10-15 kg of silage and 2-2.5 kg of hay every day. Attention should be paid to avoid overfeeding and overnutrition, which leads to overweight. Bred cows […]

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November 29, 2019
Five Problems of Ranch Management Technology

The quality of roughage is poor. The quality of roughage varies from ranch to ranch, especially silage. Some ranches even use mildew silage and demildew products at the same time, which can be said to be worthless. Some silage is about 20% of dry matter and used up to 30 kg. Excessive silage supply leads […]

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November 29, 2019
Management Suggestions for Ranch Service

1. Enhancing the Comfort of Cow Bed The importance of lying down for dairy cows is no less than calving and milking. It is related to the health status of dairy cows, such as toe-hoof disease and nutritional metabolic disease. Taking toe-hoof disease as an example, when dairy cows suffer from the toe-hoof disease, it […]

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November 29, 2019
Ranch Management Measures after Rain

1. Silage and Feed Reserve EnvironmentMildew will occur in silage and all kinds of feed after being wetted by rain for three hours. Its quality not only affects the intake and palatability of dairy cows but also causes diseases and losses. Therefore, on sunny days, we should check all the stock conditions of raw materials […]

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November 29, 2019
Ranch Group Management

Grouping is to concentrate cattle with the same physiological conditions and production performance in a herd, which has the advantage of tapping the productive potential of each cow. We can divide cattle into calves, replacement cow and adult lactating cows according to different physiological stages. The calf stage is 0 - 6 months old, and the replacement cow is […]

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November 28, 2019
Detailed Management of Operation Procedures of Milking Parlour

1. The cows enter the milking parlor slowly. In the dairy parlor, cattle driving is not operated according to the rules of the cow, and the operation is more casual, which results in the slow speed of the cow entering the parlor. Because the cattle driving operation is not standardized, the waiting time for cows […]

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November 28, 2019
Management standard of environmental sanitation in pasture

Pasture management includes three parts: tank cleaning, feeding passage cleaning and sports field cleaning. Importance of waterThe composition of milk not only affects the quality and price of milk but also is an important index to measure the health level of dairy cows. Milk ingredients are mainly composed of three parts: milk fat, non-fat solids, […]

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November 25, 2019
Feeding and Management Technology of Replacement Cows

1. LactationFor newborn calves, amniotic fluid and mucus in the mouth and nose should be cleaned immediately. To ensure that calves can breathe normally, then cut off the umbilical cord. After that, 7% of iodine liquor was applied to the abdomen around the umbilical cord and umbilical cord for disinfection for 3 days, and attention […]

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July 25, 2019
Standardized process of vehicle management in pasture

Due to the increase in labor costs, the use of mechanized equipment in the pasture is becoming more and more popular. With the use of mechanical equipment in the pasture, many workers or peasant workers in the pasture are trained slightly by after-sales service of vehicle equipment manufacturers to work. Many times, as long as […]

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July 24, 2019
Standard management of delivery rooms in large-scale pastures

I. Delivery room in large-scale pastures 1. Hardware Facilities Specialized delivery rooms must be set up for large-scale pastures. For the old pasture with balanced production, the feeding density should not exceed 80% by calculating the feeding space of each cow in the delivery room for one week. For the newly built mass calving pastures, we […]

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