Discussion created on December 21, 2020
1. Traditional tethered feeding: Mainly centered on cowshed, feeding, resting and milking cows on the same bed. The management of dairy farms is parallel to each other, and a personnel contract is adopted in the mode of the management contract. That is to say, each person contracted 15-25 cows. The feeding, milking, and excrement of these cows are all under the responsibility of one person. Its ad ...
Participation in Forum on August 10, 2020
I also agree with Dr Abdul Quader.
Participation in Forum on August 5, 2020
Discussion created on July 30, 2020
Author: ballyabio Just like humans, dairy cows are also prone to a number of infectious diseases and health conditions. Timely diagnosis of diseases and effective treatment strategy is very much important for the well-being animals and significant growth of dairy business. Overall profitability of the dairy business highly depends upon how you keep cows healthy and free from diseases.
Discussion created on July 25, 2020
Heat stress refers to the sum of non-specific physiological responses of the organism at high temperature to any requirements of the thermal environment. The main factors causing heat stress are ambient temperature, relative humidity, solar radiation, and airflow. It is judged that the heat stress of dairy cows is mainly reflected by temperature and humidity index (THI). When THI > 72, heat str ...
Discussion created on July 20, 2020
Soybean hulls are a by-product of soybean oil processing, accounting for 10% of the total volume and 8% of the total weight of soybean. Soybean hulls are mainly the outer coating material of soybean, the color is beige or light yellow, the main components are cell wall and plant fiber. Molasses bean skin is a special product which is made by spraying concentrated soybean oligosaccharides onto soyb ...
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Aspergillus fumigatus is a saprophytic mold that plays an important ecological role as a decomposer, recycling carbon and nitrogen sources [1–3]. It is a ubiquitous fungus with a worldwide distribution, which can be detected in air and soil samples, and even on the International Space Station [4–7]. This ubiquity is because it is highly adaptive; able to colonize a wid ...
Learn from Valentin Nenov, Global Species Manager Ruminants at Phileo Lesaffre Animal Care, how after the drought of 2018, Phileo can help you to get the maximum from the diet using Actisaf® in cows, during Eurotier 2018
Most soils in New Zealand are low in Se to various degrees, and an efficient supplementation of selenium is therefore crucial to maintain the reproductive and productive performances of animals. Listen to Triana Parker, Country Manager at BEC Feed Solutions. Trina will share her experience with her NZ customers on the use of Selisseo in ruminants with us.
Participation in Forum on July 16, 2020
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