Cattle and sheep breeding knowledge
There are many similarities in cattle and sheep breeding. Many herders breed cattle and sheep together. They can obtain higher returns at a relatively low cost. They are not afraid of changes in market cattle and sheep prices. Let’s take a look at the cattle and sheep breeding technology.
1. The choice of farms
The terrain of the breeding farm is preferably flat, and the elevation of the site is the best. The cattle and sheep still have a large amount of excrement. In order to facilitate daily cleaning, it is best to have a slight slope in the breeding farm, which is more conducive to cleaning. The ventilation should be good, but it must not be in the upper air vent, so that the cattle and sheep are easy to catch a cold and get sick. It is best to back against the hillside or back to the air vent, and also have some shading effect. Such an environment can keep the inside of the house dry and prevent germs from growing.
2, the choice of feed
Cattle and sheep breeding need different feed and nutrition at different stages. At this time, they should be adjusted according to their growth. Don’t just use one kind of feed to feed, because the growth in breeding will be very unsatisfactory. When cattle and sheep are still in their infancy, the feed nutrition at this time must be comprehensive. They are the time to develop a strong body. Some nutritional trace elements can be added to the feed to ensure the basic growth in the later period.
3. Hygiene management
The cattle and sheep breeding stalls should be cleaned and disinfected regularly. The cattle and sheep dung in the pens should be cleaned and the ground should be rinsed. Clean up once every 2 to 3 days. When cleaning, the cattle and sheep stalls should also be cleaned. When washing, first wash the cattle and sheep. And regularly take cattle and sheep for physical examinations to prevent some infectious diseases.
Although there are similarities in the management of cattle and sheep, they must be treated differently. For example, there will be some slight differences in the feed of cattle and sheep. If infectious diseases occur, they must be managed in time. I hope everyone can raise better cattle and sheep.
4. Prevention and treatment of cattle and sheep diseases
There are various diseases in the cattle and sheep breeding process. During the period of illness, a veterinarian should be consulted. Breeders must master basic veterinary knowledge and pharmaceutical knowledge, and have long-term cooperative veterinarians to ensure that cattle and sheep get sick in a timely and reasonable manner to obtain medical drugs.
Post time: Dec-12-2021