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  1. Access Agriculture Training Video Mastitis makes the teat painful, so cows do not want to get milked. If not treated soon, the other teats will also become affected and the udder may get damaged. When a cow has mastitis, her milk is not good to drink. Available languages Bangla Chichewa / Nyanja...
  2. 1989-01-01 101 pages, illustrated, photos
  3. 1989-01-01 65 pages, tables
  4. 1975-01-01 Venezuela V. Milk Production Studies 35 pages, illustrated
  5. This booklet is aimed at farmers who have experience with goats and sheep or with cattle and who want to start or improve their cattle keeping. 2 Copies
  6. This book has been written especially for smallholder dairy cattle farmers in East Africa. However, most husbandry practices promoted herein are applicable for any subtropical or tropical area where dairying is being promoted and developed. Although the emphasis is on cattle, many of the...
  7. 1976-01-03 A family cow can provide an endless supply of delicious fresh milk, but also requires a large investment of time and money. In this practical guide, Dirk van Loon provides detailed information on choosing an appropriate breed for your needs, nutrition, milking, health care, and bovine behavior....
  8. Cattle play important role in animal protein production for two reasons; first, the unique ruminant digestive system utilizes forage for food and secondary, much of the world offers marginal grazing systems on land not suitable for crop production. These feedstuffs would not be utilized were it...
  9. 2016-11-01 In Ethiopia, more attention is being given to crossbreeding to answer the questions of food security in the near future as the selection in local cattle is very slow to bring progress. In contrast, improving the genetic potential of local cattle is not given equivalent emphasis though it is...