MILK FEVER (PARESIS PUERPERALIS) - NUTRITION PROBLEM OR METABOLIC DISEASE IN INTENSIVE AND EXTENSIVE CONDITIONS OF BREEDING OF HIGH DAIRY COWS IN RADOVISH REGION - NORTH MACEDONIA

Cilev, Goce and Kocoski, Ljupce and Stojanovski, Saso and Blazevska, Tatjana and Uzunova, Krasimira and Dimovska, Nina and Domazetovski, Dimce (2020) MILK FEVER (PARESIS PUERPERALIS) - NUTRITION PROBLEM OR METABOLIC DISEASE IN INTENSIVE AND EXTENSIVE CONDITIONS OF BREEDING OF HIGH DAIRY COWS IN RADOVISH REGION - NORTH MACEDONIA. VETERINARY MEDICINE AND ANIMAL HUSBANDRY AND AGRARIAN SCIENCES, X (4).

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Abstract

The aim of this experiment was examine the influence of nutrition in intensive and extensive conditions of breeding on milk fever (Paresis puerperalis) in high dairy cows in North Macedonia. The research was conducted in the two farms, near by the Radovish, North Macedonia in 2018 year. The research was done on Holstein-Friesian breed cows, kept the intensive conditions in farm DPUT importexport Livestock Donev Ltd Radovish 20 cows and extensive conditions in individual farm in the village Voislavci, Radovish 19 cows. The survey was conducted in the period from 01/01/2008-20/10/2018. The number of dairy cows in two farms in Radovish region totaled 39 heads. In intensive breeding was 20 cows or 51.28% and in extensive breeding 19 cows or 48.72%. The number of dairy cows in intensive breeding with occurrence of milk fever was 12 cows or 60.00% and without occurrence of milk fever 8 cows or 40.00%. The number of dairy cows in extensive breeding with the occurrence of milk fever was reduced to a minimum and does not have one cow, a while without the occurrence of milk fever at the site were 19 cows, or 100.00%. Diagnosed moustly cows with good lactation after calving normally. In firstcalving disease almost never appears, but with the increasing number of calving percentage of cases increase, so the ninth calving occurs up to 20% of calving cows. On the statistics database from the Veterinary Station Univet-Radovish and our trials may come to the general conclusion that the milk fever almost gone in an extensive way of breeding cows in compared to intensive way of breeding of cows that appears. Key words: High dairy cows, Holstein-friesian, Nutrition, Milk fever, Metabolic disease.

Item Type: Article
Subjects: Scientific Fields (Frascati) > Agricultural Sciences > Veterinary science
Divisions: Faculty of Veterinary Medicine
Depositing User: Mr Aleksandar Lozanovski
Date Deposited: 09 Apr 2021 10:09
Last Modified: 09 Apr 2021 10:09
URI: http://eprints.uklo.edu.mk/id/eprint/6341

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