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Investigation of Economic Impact of Bovine Mastitis and Establishment of Standard Model of Health Management According to Climate Change in Dairy Cows in Taiwan
Bovine mastitis can be considered as the most economic lost of diseases in dairy industry. The primary estimation of lost could reach 430millions NT dollars, and it still doesn't conclude the lost of discarding the mastitic milk and milk with high somatic cell count, veterinary treatment cost, and culling of sick cows. But till now, there is not yet a investigation about economic impact of mastitis in Taiwan. The first aim of this study is to evaluate the degree of economic impact of bovine mastitis in Taiwan, to promote the opinion of prevention of mastitis, and mention the practical methods of prevention of mastitis, and benefit the dairy industry. After parturition, the milking cows is more susceptible to develop diseases and to decrease production ability because of stress from calving and milking, decreased dry matter intake, and negative energy balance. To effectively prevent the metabolic diseases, it is important to accurately feed the dairy cows with energy balance. The second aim of this study is to monitor the health condition of dairy cows in dry period, post partum, early stage, middle stage, and late stage of lactation. In addition, the feeding and management and milk yield performance will be monitored with mention of the disadvantage of management to prevent postpartal diseases and to benefit the effect of farm economic.
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