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Discussion created on December 22, 2018
In our Country, which has poor dairy cow genetics and demand of milk is continuously increasing day by day, what should be the best way to improve breed within minimum time? Because in some countries like India where there is complete ban on animal import, is it enough to go through Artificial Insemination using imported frozen semen only?
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Discussion created on March 13, 2018
Dear All Hi Kindly share your suggestion that suggested FMD vaccination schedule for dairy animals is two times in a year.but many time observed that animal get clinically affected even after FMD vaccination although after taking all care regarding dosing and cold chain as well.now the question arises that can we suggest to apply vaccine thrise a year or required booster vaccination for the same, ...
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Discussion created on June 7, 2016
Dear all As we all know about thereats of FMD to the dairy animals and its impact on dairy balance sheet and as dairy industry is turned towards new achievements including automizations and dairy softwares.but still there is a feeling of question mark regarding FMD.my question arises that can we erradicate it worldwide?or what are those preventive measures that can be beneficial ...
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Participation in Forum on December 15, 2012
Thanks Mr Nebel for submitting such a informative article, definitely detection of heat is still a biggest bottleneck world wide. For perfect heat detection and insemination need perfect knowledge of cow estrus behaviors and ovarian dynamics. This article could be very useful who are not using any tool of heat detection especially like Tail Chalking. Regards Dr Durgesh Gupta Sr Tech Manager ABIS ...
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Participation in Forum on November 10, 2011
There is very confusion that oxytocin should be used or not? No never be confused at all, because it is absolutely no any side or adverse effect on human health, as far as human health is concern ,no way for discussion, but prolong use of external oxytocin may creates problem with further productive life of animal. Thanks Dr Durgesh Gupta Tech Manager ABIS Dairy Chhattisgarh, India
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Participation in Forum on April 15, 2011
R/S,really a good information of NDF, i would like to know that as for as green maize in concern how much amount of green should be fed to cow on DM basis? at which stage of corn should be harvested for feeding cow? what are those limiting factor while feeding green maize(not silage) to the cow/buffalo? what is the fiber size of chaffed green maize? Thanx Best Regards Dr Durgesh Gupta ABIS ...
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Participation in Forum on February 9, 2011
Really a very informative article presented,mainly 3 criteria is important to judge the stress of cow or comfort/Uncomfort 1. Body Condition score 2. Locomotion score 3. Animal sign. Dr.Durgesh Gupta ABIS,India
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Participation in Forum on February 9, 2011
Good article about the high production dairy cow feeding,for high yielder these combination should be of well worth,but as for as small farmer is concern, availability of all listed ingredients is many time found compromised.  Regards Dr.Durgesh Gupta ABIS,India
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Discussion created on January 25, 2011
Dear all As we all know about thereats of FMD to the dairy animals and its impact on dairy balance sheet and as dairy industry is turned towards new achievements including automizations and dairy softwares.but still there is a feeling of question mark regarding FMD.my question arises that can we erradicate it worldwide?or what are those preventive measures that can be beneficial ...
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Participation in Forum on March 21, 2010
Thank you for Invitation.
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Professional Title: B.V.Sc & AH,MBA