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Common dairy cow vaccine specifications and methods of use

ToThere are several commonly used cow vaccines, and the methods of use are detailed below. 1. Non-toxic anthrax sporeling. Against bovine anthrax. 1 mL is injected subcutaneously in the cowhide over 1 year old; 0.5 mL is injected subcutaneously under 1 year old. Generally, system immunity develops 14 days after injection. The protection period is …

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AUTUMN LAWN CARE

Autumn is the time for lawn renovations. The soil is still warm and the grass has entered a vegetative growth stage, meaning it has finished trying to flower and is preparing itself for the coming colder weather by making more carbohydrates and growing more shoots instead of leaf. Renovation work can be hard on the …

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Six notes on the application of penicillin veterinary drugs

The mechanism of action of penicillin veterinary drugs is to interfere with the synthesis of bacterial cell wall, and the synthesis of cell wall takes place in the breeding period of bacteria. Penicillin veterinary drugs have a killing effect on the bacteria in the breeding period, therefore calls the penicillin class veterinary medicine for the …

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Common Infectious Disease in sheep — virus of sheep

This disease is caused by clostridium putrefaciens and is an acute infectious disease of sheep. Characterized by sudden onset of bacterial disease and short quilt, true stomach bleeding, inflammatory damage. (1) epidemic features: CLOSTRIDIUM PUTREFACIENS is commonly found in low-lying grasslands, cultivated land and swamps in the form of spores. Sheep feed and drinking water …

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Sheep ketonuria

Sheep ketonuria: in late winter and early spring, when the ewe is undernourished in the late pregnancy, the maternal metabolic balance is destroyed, resulting in the disorder of fat metabolism in the body, incomplete fat oxidation and the formation of intermediate products (mainly ketone substances), then ketonuria is formed. The breath and urine of the …

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