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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Putting a complete ban on slaughtering of productive dairy females is the only way we can save our valuable genetic pool of dairy cattle and save the dairy industry from complete collapse.
Thus, the heat stress appears when any combination of these environmental conditions causes discomfort in the animal due to inefficiency heat loss, this produces negative effects on the productive and reproductive efficiency of the dairy cattle (Armstrong, 1994; McManus et al., 2011).
Dairy Cattle Showmanship Grand Champion was Briley Lenkaitis.
This has been felt necessary as most of the dairy farmers are feeding their dairy cattle with unbalanced ration.
'The project is expected to provide employment for the local people and additional sources of income for the local farmers who would be engaged in the planting of forage and in the fattening of the male offsprings of the dairy cattle,' Pinol said.
The role of exogenous insulin in the complex of hepatic lipidosis and ketosis associated with insulin resistance phenomenon in postpartum dairy cattle. Vet.
Effect of dietary cation anion difference on incidence post parturient problems of transition Sahiwal dairy cattle.
"The sale offered a rare opportunity to purchase quality, organic dairy cattle, with the added benefit of the hybrid three way cross," said Mr Dymond.
SRUC's research underpins many of the international developments in dairy genetic improvement and dairy cow management and has led to the adoption of new breeding goals for dairy cattle that improves the health, welfare and economic performance of livestock in the UK and beyond.
The topics include understanding the behavior of dairy cattle, the sustainable nutrition management of dairy cattle in intensive systems, disorder of digestion and metabolism in dairy cattle: the case of sub-acute rumen acidosis, the prevention and control of parasitic helminths in dairy cattle: key issues and challenges, and genetic variation in immunity and disease resistance in dairy cows and other livestock.
Development of dairy cattle production this time was necessary for the public consumption of dairy products can be fulfilled.
Therefore, this study was carried out to investigate the status of dairy cattle manure management and calculate the nutrient loading coefficients (NLCs) with consideration of nutrient loss during the composting or storing of manure.