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To obtain quality milk, the cows must be clean, healthy and free from mud, dust, and manure. Grimy teats and udder are sources of milk contamination, and hence, it is advised clean and wash with water thoroughly before milking and
Gone are the days when the cows were enclosed within a pen to restrain their movement. Now, the cows are set free to wander freely at the farm unless they’re brought inside the milking area for milking. Milking is no
Did you know that consuming adulterated milk can cause deadly diseases like cancer and lead you to pay an arm and a leg for it?India has emerged as the largest dairy producer, accounting for 18.5% of total milk production globally.
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
Heifer is a term given to animals whose age falls between one year and first lactation. About 20 to 25% animals or cows are replaced by heifers annually on dairy farms. Heifers require much more care compared to cows that
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
Heifers and cows must receive sufficient feed and fodder that helps them in maintaining health and stamina. The ration should be fed in a way that the cows do not lose or gain too much weight, lowers the risk of
The women in Shivpura village of Banaskantha district have become the talk of the town for their unwavering contribution to the dairy industry. These women are becoming the economic backbone of the dairy industry apart from juggling the responsibilities towards
Mastitis is the inflammation of mammary gland (also called udder), and one of the most common and costly diseases in dairy animals. Pathogens cause it, mainly bacteria that flow up the teat canal, populate and increase, resulting in damage to