Nowadays, raising cattle has entered a new era, combining scientific breeding with refined management. The health monitoring of cattle is also very strict, which brings unprecedented benefits to the living environment of cattle.

Now cattle farm cattle are very concerned about the changes in the grazing and feeding of cattle and the monitoring of health. In particular, the newly-entered cows measure their body temperature twice a day after finishing the numbering. The measured body temperature has a detailed text record, and the daily temperature changes are written in great detail.

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There is also a case of cattle fever or other diseases, timely isolation treatment, medication records are detailed. What time do you use the medicine every day? What medicine are you using? How to use it specifically? What are the effects and changes after using? These have detailed written records. This also laid the foundation for the health of cattle.

There is also a detailed record of the use of concentrates and roughages, and the daily feed and grazing of cattle are clearly recorded. If the cow is anorexia or not enough to eat, it is necessary to adjust the feeding structure in time. According to the situation of the cattle, the effective adjustment is necessary. If it is not enough to eat, it should be properly added. If there is leftover material left, the amount of feeding should be appropriately reduced. This will ensure the healthy growth of the cattle, and also lay a solid foundation for the profitability of the cattle.

The regular disinfection of cattle houses and the deworming and epidemic prevention of cattle are also strictly planned. The foot-and-mouth disease vaccine should be vaccinated in time in the spring and autumn. The first deworming of new cattle should be carried out in time after your stress period. Pasteurella vaccine Also vaccinate in time. The insect repellent should be planned according to the feeding situation. The grazing cattle will be dewormed in about two weeks, and the captive cattle will be dewormed in about two months. The disinfection of the barn is best done in about three days, and several different disinfectants are used alternately, which can effectively kill various viruses.