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KMID : 0359320020420040485
Korean Journal of Veterinary Research
2002 Volume.42 No. 4 p.485 ~ p.493
Development of program for herd health management by milk components analysis of dairy cows
문진산/Moon, Jin-San
손창호/이보균/주이석/강현미/김종만/김병태/Son, Chang-Ho/Lee, Bo-Kyeun/Joo, Yi-Seok/Kang, Hyun-mi/Kim, Jong-Man/Kim, Byoung-Tae
Abstract
The purpose of this study was to develop a computer program to help with gross diagnosis of protein-energy balance and feeding management practice and with the prediction about the risk possibility of productive disease such as reproductive and metabolic disorders by evaluating fat, protein, and milk urea nitrogen (MUN) from individual cow milk in dairy herd. Somatic cell counts also represent the condition of udder health. The principal flow charts of this program was to check on herd management, sampling the composite milk, analysis the milk composition, conversion of data from milking equipment to program, input and analysis of data in program, and report. This program is compatible with window 95/98 system. The major analytical elements of this program were presented as; the profile of herd lactation curve analysis of the test-day milk production level, the distribution of somatic cell count, the fat to protein ratio to evaluate body energy balance, and the interpretation of dietary protein-energy balance by milk protein and MUN contents for individual cows. This program using milk fat, protein, MUN, and somatic cell counts will serve as a monitoring tool for the protein-energy balance and the feeding management practice, and for distribution of mastitis in individual cows. It will also be used to manage the nutritional and reproductive disorders and mastitis at the farm level.
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