06.04.2021

Pasture tetany is a matter-related disease that lowers the amount of magnesium in the bloo

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06.02.2021

The last weeks of pregnancy and the first weeks of lactation are a critical period, especially in high-yielding cows. During this time, the body’s need for nutrients increases rapidly, which can lead to the occurrence of serious diseases. The perinatal period includes the last 3 weeks of drying off and the first 3-4 weeks of […]

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10.12.2020

What are the main advantages of TMR? Enables the preparation of feeding rations for cows of a given yield, which will cover the demand for protein, energy, minerals and vitamins; The feed is properly mixed, what prevents the cows from “digging up”; We can diversify the fed feed, which in turn can reduce the cost […]

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14.11.2020

In cattle breeding, reproduction is an important factor affecting the profitability of live cattle and milk production. Therefore, a very important aspect is the constant observation of animals and detection in time of heat in the herd. What is estrus and the oestrus cycle? Heat is the main phase of the oestrus cycle, in which […]

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10.10.2020

Improper handling of calves can lead to their rapid collapse after birth. It is very important not only to take care of proper hygienic conditions, but also nutrition. In this regard, it is crucial to water the calves with colostrum, which not only provides them with nutrients, but also supports the immune system. The proper […]

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20.07.2020

Hoof trimming- basic step for prevention of lameness in herds of dairy cattle. Health of hoofs conditions not only the quantity of produced milk, but also the length of animal use. Unfortunately, increased frequency of hoof disease incidence can be observed, which apart from reproductive disorders and mastitis is a major cause of culling. It […]

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19.06.2020

Always care for the proper functioning of cows’ digestive tract Numerous metabolic disorders occurring in high-performance dairy cows. e.g. rumen acidosis, displacement of the abomasum, ketosis, hypocalcaemia, result in negative consequences in the form of gastrointestinal tract functioning disorders. This manifests in atony of the rumen (lack of specific muscle contractions in the forestomachs as […]

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18.05.2020

Inflammation of the udder in cows – causes and preventive treatment Inflammation of the udder is one of the main causes of culling of cows in dairy cattle herds. Compared to other medical conditions, mastitis generates loses for the breeders in terms of quantity and quality of milk. Treatment is also an important factor, which […]

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11.01.2020

Diarrhoea in calves – how can it be addressed? In addition to respiratory disease, diarrhoea is a major cause of death of calves in the early rearing period. There are many factors responsible for incidence of diarrhoea, however the most important are: incorrect feeding with colostrum, milk or milk replacers, improper micro-climate conditions and infections […]

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18.12.2019

Protection of dairy cows against hypocalcaemia and post parturient paresis (milk fever)   According to FAO data in the report from 2013 titled “Milk and dairy products in human nutrition”, cow’s milk on a global scale is a significant source of many important nutrients (including calcium) in human diet. All components of milk come either […]

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