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《Progress in Veterinary Medicine》 2018-06
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Herd Monitoring of Ketosis in Periparturient Dairy Cows

WANG Ming-qiong;LI Chao;LI Pei;JIA Hao;DONG Qiang;College of Veterinary Medicine,Northwest A&F University;Agriculture and Animal Husbandry Service Center of Naidong District;Juela Township Government of Cona County;Qiongjie Township Government of Qiongjie County;Shannan Animal Epidemic Prevention and Control Center;  
The periparturient period is critical for health,reproductive performance and economic efficiency of dairy cows.Health problems occurring during the periparturient period are of importance as they can decrease the animal's reproductive performance,favor the development of various metabolic diseases and result in reproductive disorders.As an important cluster of common multiple disease of dairy cows in transition period,ketosis not only causes lower milk production,but also increases the susceptibility to other diseases,which impact the dairy industry greatly.The occurrence of ketosis is closely related to the energy balance state,mineral element metabolism,dietary nutrient level,feeding and management.With the development of dairy farming industry to the intensive scale,dairy cow herd management and herd disease monitoring have become important means to protect the healthy development of dairy farming industry.Therefore,the herd monitoring and early warning of ketosis have been studied by countries as important means of disease prevention and control.
【Fund】: 杨凌示范区科技攻关项目(2016NY-20);; 陕西省农业科技创新与攻关项目(2015NY164)
【CateGory Index】: S858.23
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