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Understanding the dairy cow

Webster, John

Understanding the dairy cow

by Webster, John

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Published by BSP Professional Books in Oxford, Boston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Dairy cattle.,
  • Cows.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementJohn Webster.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsSF208 .W4 1987
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 357 p. ;
    Number of Pages357
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2075640M
    ISBN 100632018895
    LC Control Number88108001

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    I understand that this is a completed Dairy Heifer/Cow Project Record Book as required. 4-H’ers Signature: 4-H Leader’s Signature: Extra Credit for my Dairy Project? An outstanding 4-H project record is one that goes above and beyond what is expected. Be creative! The fully updated third edition of Understanding the Dairy Cow explores the scientific principles that provide a foundation for understanding the animal’s body system. The comprehensive text also reveals how to properly manage dairy cattle with economic efficiency whilst taking into consideration the cow.

    Dairy cattle production is an important component of the food industry. Nutrition is a key factor in the perfor-mance, health, and welfare of dairy cattle. Given the large variation in dairy cattle types and the various environments in which they are maintained, producers must increasingly concern themselves with optimizing feeding programs. Understanding the digestive system of the cow is necessary to understand the nutritional requirements of a dairy animal. A cow is a ruminant animal, which means they have one stomach that contains four com-partments. Figure 1 illustrates the entire digestive system with each compartment labeled. This section describes.


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This manual provides farmers with a better understanding of animal behaviour and the ways cattle communicate their comfort or distress. The aim of this manual is to improve the welfare of dairy cattle in tropical developing countries, and by doing so, optimise cow and herd performance.

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Synopsis A comprehensive and thoroughly revised text on dairy science that contains information on the most recent developments The fully updated third edition of Understanding the Dairy Cow explores the scientific principles that provide a foundation for understanding the animal’s body system.

Fundamental principles of physiology, nutrition, breeding, health and behaviour of dairy cows are described, and applied to good systems of dairy cow husbandry. The aim of the book is to help the dairy industry (stockmen, students and scientists) to respond to future economic demands in a flexible, efficient and humane way through a better understanding of dairy by: ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: v, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm: Contents: How the cow works --Dairy cow of today --Milk as food for man --Biological efficiency of milk production --Development of today's dairy cow --Welfare of today's dairy cow --Biological and economic efficiency --Digestion and metabolism --Structure of the digestive tract --Eating.

A flowchart on how to assess body condition score in dairy cattle, using the Penn State assessment method. Use the step-by-step guide to work out the body condition score of individual cows, using the coloured step markers, images and detailed steps to guide you. The introduction develops the theme of the role of animals (especially the dairy cow) in sustained agricultural systems.

New material is included on buffer feeding, wholecrop cereals and feeding by-products as "straights", along with a complete explanation of the new Metabolisable Protein System adopted as the UK standard in Reviews: 1.

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Not in Library. Add another edition? Understandingthe dairy cow — First published in Subjects Cows, Dairy cattle. Classifications. Dewey: / Pages: