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Participation in Forum on April 1, 2020
We in the USA are told masks are in short supply so do not use them as they are needed for medical ?? hospitals for doctors and nurses and emergency ?? service people. Are their any adults in this world with dairy calf exposure with the Coronavirus? Are we just a little safer than the unexposed public?
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I am glad to see that there are studies being conducted using Herbal options for Mastitis (& hopefully other issues as well). While I am not an expert in Ayurveda, I believe it could be a beneficial practice as well as Herbalism, Naturopathy in our animal care. Ayurveda & Herbalism treats the disease or issue, most western medicines just treat the symptoms, whether its in animals or in hum ...
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This is nice to know. But how is Keetguard applied? In feed or water for the birds? Or is it for surface fly repelling?
Participation in Forum on July 3, 2019
Dr. M.N.balakrishnan Nair Is this formula available today? In USA we too need less antibiotic. Also in another forum you spoke of treating mastitis to include two lemons am/pm, is this for body PH or for Vitamin C? lpq@email.com
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Participation in Forum on June 26, 2019
Is there such a thing as injectable dandelion extract for fresh cows and injectable curcumin for our pre fresh cows?
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Participation in Forum on June 26, 2019
Alfredo J. Escribano Would copper and zinc methionine as rumen protected treat or prevent Digital Dermatitis as a daily tmr feed additive? It appears Mugwort also has an effect on treponema palladium.
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Discussion created on June 26, 2019
Is chloride the only remedy for transition cow health? On one mastitis forum, a treatment protocol included 2 lemons am/pm which may lower blood PH and may supply vitamin C. On another they added Green Tea and Tumeric Extract to the 21 day prefresh group for I believe the inflammation and stresses of the cow through this period.Is there any research to address the edema such as dandelion and it’ ...
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Heat stress is a major welfare problem in poultry industry leading to huge economic losses every year, because of heavy mortality and decreased performance. High temperatures, especially when coupled with high humidity, imposes severe stress on broiler birds and lead to reduced performance. In the past few decades, a number of Ayurvedic herbal immunomodulators and antistressors have been extensi ...
Participation in Forum on April 6, 2019
Dr. Ishaya Could you please email me. : lpq@email.com with your email, and I get you to SelSaf 3000. Where are you working from? Lorenzo Quesnel
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Participation in Forum on April 5, 2019
You may have to contact Phileo Lasaffre yourself or google it in your area.Almost any reputable feed store should carry organic selenium.Good Luck
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