dairy cattle


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dairy cattle

[′der·ē ‚kad·əl]
(agriculture)
A cattle breed selected, raised, and bred for ability to produce large quantities of milk.
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After a meeting with agricultural producers and milk processors held on February 26 in Vereshchaginsky district, Maxim Reshetnikov, the governor of the Perm region, instructed the Ministry of Agriculture and Food of the Perm Krai to promptly make changes in the procedure for granting subsidies for increasing productivity in dairy cattle.
Topics such as dairy business planning, dairy cattle breeding, reproductive management, calf and heifer rearing, reproductive health and dairy cattle diseases and feeds and feedstuff quality issues will be addressed in the trainings.
When the dairy cattle population in the Ubay stock farm has increased, a municipality-based dairy-farming program will be introduced to the different towns of the province to be owned and operated by Bohol farmers and women, thus, turning the whole island into the dairy capital of the country,' Pinol added.
Effect of dietary cation anion difference on blood pH of transition Sahiwal dairy cattle.
Production of dairy cows decreased because of various problems, but the most impact is due to the government policy in 2012 prohibiting the import of dairy cattle beef cattle so many are slaughtered for meat consumption.
The nutrient loading refers to the nutrients from dairy cattle manure that released into the environment, specially soil and streams.
Cells exposed to environmental or metabolic heat stress may induce oxidative stress due to antioxidant reduction in blood plasma of dairy cattle (Harmon et al.
It aims to provide an industry platform to support farmers and commercial representatives by bringing together the very best of British dairy cattle, talent from the UK dairy industry and international dairy genetics.
Canola meal is a viable option as a protein source for dairy cattle.
It said that the imports of PKC have become a significant production input to Pakistan's dairy industry over the past few years as a high-protein supplementary feed for dairy cattle.
Fully 25 percent of dairy cattle are slaughtered before they are three years old.
NICC students won first place nationally in the Practical Application competition and earned a" fifth place finish in the Traditional Dairy Cattle Judging contest.