Dairy Cattle Management Calendar

January is the coldest season of the year. We must do a good job of preventing cold and warming, and we must pay particular attention to the safe wintering of sick and weak cows, pre- and post-natal cows, and high-yielding cows and yaks. In the cow house, it is necessary to change the mat grass, remove the excrement, keep it clean and dry, and prevent the invasion of the drafts and thieves. For cows to drink as much as possible warm water, feeding porridge, take all effective measures to ensure stable production and high yield. Make antifreeze work for green, root and wet auxiliary feeds to avoid digestive diseases and miscarriage caused by feeding frozen feed.
February continued to do a good job of wintering. Do a good job in the supply and storage of pre-spring green feed, roots and auxiliary feed to prevent feed disruption during the holiday period.
In March, we started the epidemic prevention work in spring. Prevent the injection of anthrax spores and tetanus toxoids and do preventive work for tuberculosis and brucellosis. Dry grasses must be inspected and turned over during the period of mildew and must not be fed with mildew. Implement the planting plan for silage corn. After the epidemic is over, it will be disinfected in the spring.
In April, the weather is mild at this time, which is most suitable for the physiological needs of dairy cows. Do a good job of supplying green and blue succulent feed and arrange hoof repairs.
In May this year, it is the season of dehydration, and the reasons for hair removal should be analyzed. In case of weak hair loss, measures should be taken. Check the storage condition of the hay. Open the hay to get a good seal and prevent the mold from being damaged by the rain. May is the breeding season for mosquitoes and flies. It is necessary to spray insecticides in the ditch and low-lying areas; this is the best way to eliminate mosquitoes and flies. As the weather gets warmer, the milk produced must be protected against rancidity.
In June, the weather is getting hotter. It is necessary to prepare for the cooling of the heatstroke and check the heatstroke prevention equipment. In this month, cattle can eat fresh green and blue fodder. Gradually add green-green fodder to the diet, and gradually reduce the amount of concentrate fodder.
July is the hottest season of the year. The focus is on the cooling of the heatstroke. Whether or not there is water in the sports ground, the demand for food is small and the quality is excellent, and the night cool and feeding times should be strengthened.
In August, when the rainy season is approaching, besides continuing to do a good job of preventing heatstroke, it is necessary to pay attention to the drainage of the cowsheds and surrounding environment and keep the sports venues clean and dry.
In September, the silo was inspected, silage was produced, and hay was collected and stored. The epidemic prevention of tuberculosis and brucellosis in autumn was performed.
In October, we have sufficient silage and do a good job in silage production.
In November, large-scale disinfection was conducted in the autumn and the root stocks were stored.
In the beginning of the winter in December, the cold protection work was well done. Cowshed windows and sports wind walls should be overhauled. Unqualified cattle are eliminated. Adjust the diet and increase the amount of concentrate feed.

Horse Oil: History and Production

Before gaining popularity as a beauty product, horse oil was used as a [folk medicine" in the days of ancient China. Believed to be a remedy for burns, insect bites, cuts, asthma, foot fungus, and even hair loss, the miracle oil was supposedly first brought to Japan over 1,000 years ago. Because its properties are similar to the oils naturally produced by human skin, it is easily absorbed by the skin and is safe for people all ages, including infants. Due to its effectiveness as a moisturizing agent and anti-irritant, horse oil became especially popular in Hokkaido, as it protects the skin from the region`s harsh climate and cold, dry air. The vast expanse of land in the region made it easy to farm horses for the oil.

The product is made by extracting the oils from horse fat. Horses are regularly farmed and raised for their meat in Japan, which is served in the form of basashi (raw horse), so the animals are not slaughtered solely for the purpose of a skincare product. Rather, they are farmed for food, and their oil is a byproduct of this process.

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