BALLYA BLOG - Articles of Food Safety upstream & downstream supply chain

December 6, 2019
Signal of dairy cow disease

Dairy cows have a fever when their body temperature reaches above 39 degrees Celsius. Some dairy farmers think the fever is a minor illness, it does not matter it is not. Some fever diseases of dairy cows, if not treated in time, will not only aggravate the disease but also affect milk, even cause death. […]

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November 8, 2019
What is the most common disease in cattle?

Usually, calves are within six months of age, which is also the fastest-growing stage of them. Because the organs of calves in this period are still in the stage of development, so the autoimmune ability is not perfect, and there is no strong resistance to pathogens in the external environment so that calves are susceptible […]

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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 7, 2019
How To Help Dairy Cow Get Rid Of Disease In Autumn?

1.Hoof disease The occurrence of a cow's hoof disease is difficult to avoid during the feeding process, and the milk yield can be directly affected once the cow's limb disease is present, thereby affecting the breeding benefit. And the hoof part of the milk cow is regularly subjected to a medicinal bath. To prevent the […]

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