Hafiz Wasi Khan
agronomist
Advising on dairy management, meat production, fodder production, breed improvement, Mechanized silage Production and commercial hay production of different fodder crops
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Participation in Forum on June 22, 2017
Beautiful article covering the importance of NDF and confirms already available data as well as practical experience of dedicated livestock farmers
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Participation in Forum on June 22, 2017
Thanks for beautiful update about treating and avoiding mastitis
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Hafiz Wasi Khan likes this technical article:
Introduction The liver performs essential functions in mammals. These include, but are not limited to, gluconeogenesis and glycogen synthesis, synthesis of several plasma proteins encompassing clotting factors and acute phase proteins (APP) (e.g., haptoglobin, albumin, and fibrinogen), metabolism of amino acids and lipids, and detoxification including ammonia removal [1,2]. During the period aro ...
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Though the article is very much applied one, but not visible even with glasses. I am interested in the findings of the study, please do something to view it properly.Thanking you.
Hafiz Wasi Khan likes the comment:
Thank you for your comments. You can read the abstract from this presentation from Dr. Nuss here: http://en.engormix.com/dairy-cattle/articles/pressure-distribution-claws-lactating-t40891.htm.Also, in the video player, you can go to the bottom right corner and enlarge the screen to improve visibility.Hope this helps.Kind regards.
Participation in Forum on May 24, 2017
Wonderful presentation but its visibility was a bit difficult
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Participation in Forum on April 26, 2017
Very comprehensive presentation, beautifully presented.
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Participation in Forum on April 26, 2017
Believable and effective ingredients which can control culprit parasites responsible for diarrhea in cattle.
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Heat stress are climate conditions where cows are not able to dissipate the heat they generate in their metabolism. Under these conditions cows will drop feed consumption and performance , including milk production and fertility. If you don't have this in your farm then you are lucky !
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It is interesting about the cooling system. I have been thinking it is natural especially in cold places. One does not require extra effort to cool the cows. Perhaps we need to be very clear what are the causes of this heat stress? Is it poor feeding or overfeeding? Otherwise it is a very big challenge for dairy farmers.
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Location:Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan
Profile: Professional
Professional Title: agronomist
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