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Management and feeding of young dairy animals

K. A. Winter

Management and feeding of young dairy animals

by K. A. Winter

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Published by Agriculture Canada in Ottawa .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Feeding and feeds,
  • Dairy cattle,
  • Alimentation,
  • Bovins laitiers

  • Edition Notes

    Previous edition by V. S. Logan and K. A. Winter.

    StatementK. A. Winter
    SeriesPublication / Agriculture Canada -- 1432
    The Physical Object
    Pagination25 p. :
    Number of Pages25
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25469554M

    Feeding dairy cattle utilize the sciences of nutrition, biochemistry, and microbiology and combine them with animal husbandry. In this chapter, we will discuss the nutrients and how they are integral for dairy cattle performance (growth and milk production). Along with the management of calves and heifers, the dairy farm must also evaluate how many new animals will be needed each year. While excess young animals can be marketed for additional income, this may not always be a profitable enterprise. Especially when heifer raising costs are high or when heifer prices are low.

    This handbook by National Dairy Development Board (NDDB) reiterates its commitment to the dairy farmers of India. NDDB recognises that dairy farmers need to be equipped to take care of their animals through better management, nutrition, feed, fodder and preventive healthcare. The economic impact of animal health issues is well known. Feeding your animals well increases your income. Dairy cows require a balanced diet for milk production, body maintenance and good health. The animals should have adequate water at all times so the animal can take as much as it needs. No dairy cow, no matter how good the breed, can remain productive without proper management, especially feeding.

    Both dairy farms A and B in Figures 2 and 3 utilize a computerized feed management software system (Feed Watch™, awordathought.com). The program helps them to monitor intakes and make small daily adjustments to keep feed available to the cows (at least on most days) and yet keep refusals to . Dairy nutrition University of Minnesota Extension Dairy Team is passionate about contented, productive cows and happy farmers. We provide direct education throughout the state of Minnesota with resources to make smart feed and supplement choices for your herd.


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Management and feeding of young dairy animals by K. A. Winter Download PDF EPUB FB2

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Jan 16,  · texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection. Management and feeding of young dairy animals.

by Winter, K. Publication date ( print) Topics Dairy cattle, Dairy Pages: The seventh edition of this classic text offers expanded material on traditional Dairy Herd Improvement (DHI) records, a new chapter on the computer as a dairy management tool, increased coverage of financial management, and thoroughly revised chapters on dairy nutrition that include the latest concepts in protein nutrition, forage evaluation, and feeding awordathought.com by: PAGE 1 DS 76 Feeding and Management of Young Dairy Calves1 B.

Harris, Jr. and J. Shearer2 1. This document is DS 76, one of a series of the Animal Science Department, Florida Cooperative Extension Service, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida.

Feeding and Management of Young Calves Successful rearing of young calves is the key to success of dairy farming enterprise. Calves are the future replacement stocks for the cow and bulls.

It is therefore important that they are rear economically to ensure early maturity for reducing age at. This training package is on Dairy Cattle Feeding and Nutrition Management.

SNV, also on behalf of the experts that contributed and DTC, would hope to see the materials widely used outside the project areas by all interested dairy development practitioners. Such systems require intensive management of pasture for optimal dry-matter and nutrient yields and for optimal feeding and nutrition of high-producing modern dairy cows.

To achieve these objectives, paddocks must be rotated frequently, so forages are consumed at an optimal stage of growth and overgrazing does not occur.

Chapter 1: The basis of ruminant nutrition, digestion and feeding 21 Water is the nutrient required in the largest amount by dairy cattle Water Chapter 1: The basis of ruminant nutrition, digestion and feeding Cows need water for normal body functions to produce milk to produce urine to evaporate Note: Milk contains about 90% water.

Aug 25,  · FEEDING  DMI values are in the range of %–4% of body wt.  to achieve maximum production, dairy rations should be balanced for effective fiber, non-structural carbohydrates, ruminal undegradable proteins, soluble protein.  Feed intake by the dairy cow is influenced by many factors including level of production.

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awordathought.com reduce the unproductive/ low productive animals. feeding of non conventional feed stuffs – among these are the horticultural by products like agriculture by products, vegetable wastes and horticulture industrial wastes.

Livestock Production and Management awordathought.com 2. Feeding Management of High Producing Dairy Cows and Buffaloes Commercial dairy farming provides important source of income to farmers and dairy entrepreneurs.

Traditionally dairy farming has been an important means of generating supplemental income and employment for Agriculture farming community particularly those pertaining to the small and. Jan 31,  · Rearing young stock for replacement heifers is probably one of the least well understood and practised aspects of herd and feeding management on dairy farms throughout the world, particularly on small holder dairy farms in the tropics.

This book addresses all the major concerns of the small holder dairy farmer in Asia. After the period of colostrum feeding, the traditional nutritional strategy for raising dairy replacement calves has been to minimize liquid feed consumption, maximize solid feed consumption, stimulate early rumen development, and wean calves at a relatively young age (usually 4–8 wk).

Dairy Cattle Feeding and Nutrition was designed to provide information needed by those interested in the feeding and nutrition of dairy cattle. It contains basic information for students in courses on feeds and feeding, dairy cattle production, and animal nutrition.

CARE AND MANAGEMENT OF DIFFERENT DAIRY ANIMALS- NEWBORN, YOUNG/HEIFERS, GROWING, DRY, MILCH, PREGNANT ANIMALS, BULL/BULLOCK AND SICK ANIMALS Animal husbandry or livestock rearing is as old as human civilization.

India has a traditions of intimating with animals or treating them as one of their family. With gradual change.

With proper feeding and care, a cow will come to heat with in 16 days of calving. Do not with hold service unnecessarily after the signs of heat are noticed in a cow. The shorter the interval between calving, the more efficient the animal is as a milk producer. “Working with Dairy Cattle’’ is designed for youth interested in developing a dairy cattle project.

It was created to help young people build skills in selecting, raising, and managing a dairy heifer from a calf to a milking cow. For more information contact: Holstein Foundation PO Box Brattleboro, VT Telephone: Jan 28,  · Dairy Feeding Management 1.

Animal Nutrition Dr. Makhdoom Abdul Jabbar Executive Member Punjab Agri. Research Board, Lahore Mob. [email protected] 2. Classification of feed resources Summer Fodders i.

Green Roughages Fodders Winter Fodders Roughages ii. Dry Roughages Straws, Stalks Cobs 3. Although milk is not produced, it is a very important period.

Usually, dry cows are often badly fed; in some cases overfed, and in other cases barley fed. For a high yielding cow, dry period is a rest and can be repair period.

Damages in rumen can be repaired and cow can prepare for new lactation period. Mar 29,  · Traditional Feeding of Farm Animals [Dr. F. W. Woll] on awordathought.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

First published inTRADITIONAL FEEDING OF FARM ANIMALS covers everything anyone would ever need to know about feeding farm animals and poultry to achieve maximum production of meat5/5(3).World mapping of animal feeding systems in the dairy sector This book is the result of three surveys held by FAO, IFCN and IDF.

It provides information on 47 feeding schemes for dairy animals (cattle, sheep, goats and buffaloes) and on feeding baskets used in more than 40 different countries with a special focus on the relative part of roughage.the young.

You need to counteract: Unit - Dairy R oune Management 61 4. Provide Feed and Water For Livstock 66 Unit - Basic Principles of Feed 68 Unit - Important Vaccina on of Dairy Animals Unit - Care of The New-Born Calf Unit