Dr. Mukesh Sharma
Veterinary Doctor
Advising on Calving Cow Management, and Feeding Management (fully mixed diets). We train personnel to perform all the activities related to cow management, and involve them to succeed on business.
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Discussion created on November 10, 2016
Very good information did you calculated the economy of this type of barn
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Participation in Forum on August 5, 2013
Very good information did you calculated the economy of this type of barn
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Participation in Forum on November 11, 2011
I completely agree with Dr Sudhakar Jogi, Oxitocin is any how get destroyed by the natural process due to its short half life and at the time of milk processing either pasteurization or boiling, no one in India use the raw milk. either external or natural oxitocin both get destroyed. so no matter of discussion. but gentlemen, we have to discuss about the policy or the info provided by Dr.tadime ...
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Participation in Forum on October 18, 2011
Very Informative article, but need more concentration on Heat detection Tools like Tail Paint Marker and other electronic devices, Activity Monitoring Devices may helpful in buffaloes or animals showing silent heat. its really wonderful article to help dairy farmers to minimize their loses
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Participation in Forum on July 13, 2011
Very good keep it up Daljeet Pra
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7/2/2009 - India
Participation in Forum on February 18, 2009
Excellent paper, actually farmers need the solution for dry cow feeding which is a challenge to economical farming.
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Participation in Forum on February 12, 2009
Dear Dr, this is very useful information provided by you, as India is facing problem of milk production; this kind of information is useful to dairy farmer as well as dairy consultant. Regards.
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Article published the January 2, 2009
Mastitis continues a major economic issue for dairy farmers, due to improved breeding, the cow's udder become very sensitive to infection due to its increase size, position of udder and rapid removal of large volume of milk. The heavy and big size of udder is again prone to injury and infection. Mastitis is recognized as one of the most costly disease affecting dairy industry. It was estimated th ...
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Participation in Forum on December 16, 2008
This article is really useful for dairy farmers as well as dairy extension workers.
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Location:Rajnandgaon, Madhya Pradesh, India
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Professional Title: Veterinary Doctor
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