Participation in Forum on December 23, 2014
Yes this is a wonderful idea.I tried with mono sodium citrate @32 grams/cow with clinical signs of mastitis and found excellent results.I mixed it mineral pre-mix while dosing and result was very positive.You can try this way.In goats you can give 6 grams. Best wishes
Participation in Forum on October 30, 2014
Feeding whole cotton seeds up to 2 kgs per day in divided feeds will serve the purpose of giving more energy without any ill effects.
Participation in Forum on August 1, 2013
A very good article and thought provoking.Prices of sexed semen in the market are 10 times as compared to normal semen.This price difference sometime stops extensive use of sexed semen although the need exists.One more point that in Pakistan female calving results are not coming 90% and no semen selling company guarantee this very very important aspect.More guidance and elaboration is needed pleas ...
Participation in Forum on June 18, 2013
A ery good,interested and educating article. Very high profitability needs further explanation that wheathe feed @ Rs 15/Kg is available with this FCR. IF so ,no other livestock business has matching profitability.Good luck to goat farmers.
Participation in Forum on May 22, 2013
The digestive system of ruminants is for 100 % forage To meet the demand of protein and energy in the required DM Grains and concentrate ration is supplemented. if we opt for only forage diet then we have to see quality forage in Tthe shape of Alfalfa hay /Rhodes grass hay and maize silage.To me we shall feed ruminants with 70 % quality forage and 30% concentrate ration which shall fulfill DM,E ...
Discussion created on May 14, 2013
Recommended Milking Procedures
Proper milking procedures, a positive attitude, and a clean environment are required to minimize mastitis and maximize the production of quality milk from a herd. Milking should be done by people who are responsible, trained, and conscientious.
Provide a Clean, Low Stress Environment for Cows
A consistent operating routine for bringing cows and milking machines to ...
Participation in Forum on May 13, 2013
Source: NMC- A Globla Organization for Mastitis Control and Milk Quality
Recommended Milking ProceduresProper milking procedures, a positive attitude, and a clean environment are required to minimize mastitis and maximize the production of quality milk from a herd. Milking should be done by people who are responsible, trained, and conscientious. Provide a Clean, Low Stress Environment for CowsA c ...
Participation in Forum on May 7, 2013
A nice,comprehensive article on yeast which can benifite the users of all calibers.
Participation in Forum on April 9, 2013
Increase the protein and Energy level.
Ingredients in the fresh cow ration should be introduced in close up ration(About 50%).
Anti-oxidant (Vit E, Vit C , organic zinc, copper and selenium)
Add Yeast , prebiotics.
Add anion-salts.(DCA balance) + Biochlor.
Participation in Forum on January 24, 2013
It is good to start with pregnant heifers so that after 4-5 months, start calving. All animals are sound with reproduction point of view. Your income starts earlier and your are more acclimatized with allied issues like sale of milk, better nutrition and breeding issues. You are early in dairy business. One thing you can play is that first time you buy 50% and after 6 months buy remaining 50 ...