Dairy Farming : A Steps to Increase Milk Production
Posted - Nov 25, 2022
Controlling Reproductive Issues
The calf's calving interval and average lactation length are increased by poor reproductive performance and directly prevent food from being used to its full potential.
Managing Health Issues
Multiple illnesses that dairy cattle commonly contract might damage secretory tissues, impair feeding habits, and decrease digestive efficiency.
Housing should encourage the animal's entire behavioural ability to express itself in the most significant way possible. Animals must always have access to a supply of food and water.
Diseases associated with child-rearing should also be avoided by adequate housing.
Continually supply clean water at a sufficient flow rate. Give your cows enough area to drink—1 water fountain for every 20 cows, or 4 inches of linear space per cow. Establish a weekly water cleaning schedule.