Taking care of farm animals is already a difficult task, but in recent years the number of farm animals with internal hemorrhages has increased significantly. Detecting hemorrhages isn’t easy, but there are several signs that can help to identify potential hemorrhages. Many cows, for example, exhibit lethargy due to existing… [Read More]
When chickens are sick, the owner is immediately interested in finding out what has brought on the condition, and what should be done to cure or prevent it. A diagnosis or study of the external symptoms is first necessary. Afterward, a postmortem examination may be advisable. The farmer seldom has… [Read More]
Needs of Pregnant Animals The needs of pregnant animals are different from male and non-pregnant animals. First and foremost, it’s highly necessary to keep records of your pregnant animals from the day they mated. Doing this makes it easy to provide vital management tasks that the pregnant animals need.
All poultry farmers love to see their chickens doing fine every day. As a chicken farmer, how do you feel whenever you enter the pen of your chickens are you see them doing fine and coming closer to welcome you? A fascinating and memorable feeling, right? You will also love… [Read More]
Ticks are bad for cows.They are small creatures that suck the blood of animals. Ticks cause skin diseases and other illnesses, and may permanently damage the cow’s teats. The teats become painful and infected. The milk becomes yellowish and may get clots. The cow may get skinny and stop giving… [Read More]