Hafiz Wasi Muhammad 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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Sir, nice article...Can you write another article on Feeding behaviour of farm animals?(not only Dairy)
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Dear Sir, very informative article, congratulations. Provide micro minerals requirements also as semen quality and quantity is affected by those.
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Yes I agree to other commentators that this is a field given little attention. The author has made a commendable effort in dealing with this issue. I would suggest to other authors, who read all these comments, to further elaborately write over the subject
Participation in Forum on January 3, 2021
Beyond any reasonable doubt solid growth relies upon proper nutrition.
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The objective of raising beef cattle is to obtaining good quality meat in a short period of time. Prerequisite for that is a healthy herd that turns feed into body mass, under optimal growing conditions where animals  feel comfortable.  This all starts from the very beginning, under skilled management conditions and with well-balanced nutrition.  Selsaf, Actisaf and Safmannan - natu ...
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Very useful information, especially for the young practicing veterinarians and farm managers. Higher levels of Vitamin E along with Selenium supplemented in the ration during the last two months of calving helps building strong immune response that could greatly help in reducing SCC post calving. Great piece of information !! Thanks
Participation in Forum on December 18, 2020
Dr. M.N.balakrishnan Nair i agree with the comment
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Dear Raul How are you ? hearing from you after a long time Hygiene is very important Bur you know the instance of too much control of streptococcus and staphylococcus which were easily treated was replaced then by E coli which is very difficult to treat and control. Therefore a holistic approach is every time better Nair
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So to those who say that the only way to "cure" Mastitis is for the cow to never get it. That's a good option.Except for the fact that there are cows (& other's animal's) that freshen for the first time that end up with it. Not because of unsanitary conditions or because someone else in the herd or group might have it. But simply (or maybe not so simply) because they turn out to be heavy milke ...
Participation in Forum on December 10, 2020
Ram Singh, I'm from Lahore, Pakistan, and a practical livestock farmer. Thanks for asking
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Professional Title: agronomist
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