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December 3, 2019
Is mildewed rice straw poisoning in cows harmful?

1. Incidence The disease was first discovered in the rice-producing areas of Pakistan in 1939. Subsequently, in New Zealand, the United States, etc., the rotten hoof caused by the fungus infection of the fescue was found. Similar diseases have been reported in Australia, Italy, India, and Japan. According to reports, the disease occurred in the […]

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December 2, 2019
What should be taken note of when cows drink water?

1)Dairy breeding technicians should pay attention to not drinking domestic wastewater. There are two kinds of domestic wastewater. They should be treated differently. For some rice-washing water, noodle soup, dumpling soup, vegetable soup and so on, as long as they are not sour, they can directly let dairy cows drink. For the washing water of […]

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November 25, 2019
The Importance of Maintaining the Suitable Body Condition of Dairy Cows

1. Time and method of scoring dairy cow's body conditionTo grasp the suitable condition of dairy cows, the body condition of dairy cows should be graded in different periods, and effective methods should be adopted to timely adjust the unsuitable condition of dairy cows. The scoring time of dairy cow's body condition was carried out […]

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November 14, 2019
What make Dairy Cattle grow stronger?

1. Trace Element AdditivesThere are 7 kinds of trace elements that cows often need to supplement, namely iron, copper, manganese, zinc, iodine, selenium, and cobalt. The application and development of trace elements have gone through three stages, they are inorganic salt stage, simple organic compound stage, and amino acid integration stage. Trace element amino acid […]

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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
How do you treat heat stroke in cattle?

Pathogenesis and lethal mechanismThe dairy cow baby in a muggy or hot environment can cause obvious congestion and congestion of blood vessels in the brain and meninges, thus causing brain edema. Besides, it can lead to pulmonary congestion and pulmonary edema, which can increase the burden of the heart and cause functional failure. In severe […]

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November 6, 2019
Why do cattle need vitamin A?

PathogenesisBecause of the different dietary formulations, the carotene content of dairy cows is also different. When vitamin A enters the rumen, 40%-80% of them are destroyed by nitrate and various microorganisms. In the small intestinal wall of dairy cows, carotene can be converted into alcoholic vitamin A, which is absorbed by the body to form […]

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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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July 25, 2019
What should we do? The pain of Downer Cow

For any experienced cow veterinarian in the world, lying down is not a good sign, which can make us a headache, and it is a challenge to professional accomplishment. I always feel guilty and defeated when I look at the cows being pulled away to slaughter. When I visit more than 100 dairy farms, someone […]

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July 24, 2019
Delivery and Improving the Survival Rate of Calves

1. What is the normal delivery? Delivery is the termination of pregnancy. In this process, one or more calves are produced by natural contraction of the reproductive system, but it does not endanger the life of cows or calves. It is called normal delivery. There are two main aspects to evaluate, one is the survival […]

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