How to Treat and Control Milk Fever in Dairy Cattle

Milk Fever or Hypocalcemia in Dairy Cattle Parturient Paresis is an acute condition that prevails mostly during or soon after parturition (usually within 72 hours of calving) in high-yielding dairy cows. Hypocalcaemia is a deficiency triggered at the onset of lactation

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9 Healthy Feeding Practices for Dairy Calves and Weaners

Animals require ample quantity of food that is high in nutrition for steady growth, good health, and reproductive development. And dairy cattle is no different. Countries develop specific standards for cattle feeding and health maintenance through methodical experiments and careful

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