What Are The Factors To Be Considered In Dairy Cattle Feeding?
- We must make sure that the goats can reach clean and potable water 24 hours a day.
- We must make sure that sufficient mangers and dry clean bedding space are provided.
- We must make sure that adequate ventilation is provided in our housings and the moisture content is not too high.
- We must make sure that sufficient feed is supplied taking into consideration the yield and lactation periods.
- We must carefully monitor the loss and increase of live weight in our goats.
- We may increase the quantity of yeanlings you can obtain by applying flushing program before he-goat taming.
- The attention to be paid for the nutrition of our goats during the last 5th and 6th week of pregnancy, will increase life force of our baby goats to be born.
- A proper maintenance and feeding applied during the first weeks at the end of pregnancy and after birth will reduce the loss of baby goats and affect the rapid growth in them.
- The genetic quality and insemination capability (age) of the he-goats we will employ in the mating will be very effective in the yield of the future generation and the rate of giving birth to baby goats.
- It will be very important for you to establish a prevention and treatment program within the framework of a protocol and implement such program under supervision of a veterinary.
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