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

December 2, 2019
Is pregnancy toxemia in cows harmful to milk quality?

Pregnancy toxemia in dairy cows is usually susceptible to disease in the three days before and after production and has a high incidence. It is one of the metabolic, digestive and reproductive diseases that dairy cows are very susceptible to infection, resulting in a significant reduction in economic benefits, and has a greater impact on […]

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December 2, 2019
Can perinatal hypocalcemia in cows affect milk quality?

It is common for dairy cows in farms to suffer from hypocalcemia during their perinatal period. The perinatal period of dairy cows refers to a period of 21 days before and 21 days after production. Female cows will be affected by physiology, environment, and feed, and abnormal conditions such as delivery and lactation will occur. […]

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November 14, 2019
Will calves get illed affect the quality of milk?

1. Respiratory problemsGenerally, fever, asthma, cough, runny nose and other respiratory problems (cold) of calves, or more serious pulmonary problems (pneumonia), the main causes of the disease are the low temperature in the cowshed, weak calf physique, and numerous pathogens in the air. Fever abatement or heat clearance and detoxification (such as analgin, antondin, Herba […]

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