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December 7, 2019
What should we do if dairy cows suffer from diseases?

Strengthen dairy cattle feeding management, adhere to the "prevention-oriented, comprehensive prevention and control" policy. Every spring and autumn, dairy cows should be immunized against epidemics. At the same time, large disinfection should be carried out inside and outside the dairy farm to ensure the cleanliness and hygiene of the cow body, cowshed, surrounding environment and […]

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December 7, 2019
Is paratuberculosis in dairy cows harmful to milk?

The paratuberculosis of dairy cows is an epidemic that can cause significant economic losses. Strict control and extermination measures are needed to prevent its spread. The incubation period varies from 6 months to more than 15 years. Therefore, after dairy cattle were infected with paratuberculosis, there were no clinical symptoms in a certain period. Most […]

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