that many diseases suffered by animals in cow

It is no less important in managing dairy farms is to recognize early symptoms of various cow diseases. By recognizing the symptoms, losses due to disease can be minimized. The table below is a summary of some of the symptoms of the disease that often affects cow, which should immediately consult with medical personnel, following the way of prevention and treatment.

Name of Disease : Bloat 
Symptoms : Accumulation of excess gas in the rumen. Some of the bloat in legume Pastures. Difficult breathing and excessive salivation. The left side of cow like a balloon.
Prevention : Give at least 5 kg of ration before grazing or recommended levels of drugs to prevent bloat.

Name of Disease : Abomasum misplaced 
Symptoms :  The fourth compartment of the stomach in the abdominal cavity to move cow postpartum; possible spins, blocking the feed rate. Often occurs during birth in cows fed high levels of grain or low-roughage rations (silage). Rate-limiting such as feces putty. Medical diagnosis by using a stethoscope to hear the sound ringing.
Prevention :  Give at least 2.5 kg long hay, avoid feeding chopped or minced fine; avoid sudden changes in ration; ration should contain a balance of quality and quantity of fiber for good rumination. Control of other diseases such as mastitis and metritis.

Name of Disease : Sore hard object
Symptoms :  Derived from the stabbing reticulum by sharp objects. Animal sudden lack of appetite, lazy to move, and tread carefully. Breathing is often rapid, and rectal temperature of 100oF or higher.
Prevention : Avoid making hay or silage from Pastures fenced trace of old or new building materials. Avoid the use of barbed wire. Attach the magnet to a cow sufferers.

Name of Disease : Ketosis  
Symptoms : Common in high producing dairy cows 2-6 weeks after birth, derived from the use of body reserves and the rapid metabolism of carbohydrates is reduced. Cows refuse to eat grain, hay and silage and finally. Emaciated cows and milk production dropped rapidly within a few days. 
Prevention : Gradually increase food grain after birth to prevent indigestion and subsequent disease. Give a lot of hay to silage ration. Avoid cow fat. Use propylene glycol or sodium propionate, if there is a problem. If possible the early detection using milk or urine test. Fatty food supply may be beneficial. 


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