How to do dairy cow fatty liver

Causes of improper feeding and management After the cows are delivered, the sugar and other nutrients in the body are continuously discharged with the milk. If nutrition is not supplemented in time, resulting in negative energy balance, the cow will use the fat stored in the body to provide energy for the organization. Due to too much free fatty acid into the liver, or due to low blood sugar in cattle, the ability of liver tissue to clear very low density lipoproteins is reduced, so that the process of transporting proteins out of the liver is hindered to form fatty liver. Too much concentrate can also cause the disease.
Cows suffering from endocrine dysfunction are affected by factors such as pregnancy, childbirth, and lactation, causing excessive burden on the pituitary gland and adrenal glands. Due to adrenal insufficiency, the gluconeogenic effect of sugar is reduced, and the utilization of glycogen in the rumen is also hindered, resulting in lower blood sugar and incidence. Cows have significantly reduced protein-bound iodine after childbirth, resulting in hypothyroidism and fatty liver.
Other secondary diseases that affect cows Some of the wasting diseases of cows, such as pre-gastric relaxation, traumatic gastritis, atrophic dislocation, osteoporosis, paralysis, and other chronic infectious diseases, may be secondary to fatty liver.
Symptoms The cow suffers from antifeedant concentrates and silage, and may experience a pimple, loss of body mass, loss of subcutaneous fat, and diminished elasticity of the skin. The feces are dry and hard, with severe loose stools. The diseased cow is moderately depressed and does not want to walk or eat, sometimes with mild abdominal pain. Normal body temperature, pulse and breathing are normal, rumen movement is slightly weakened, and when the disease is long, rumen movement can disappear. Severe fatty liver of diseased cattle may not be treated promptly and correctly. It may die from excessive debility or internal poisoning, and other diseases associated with it; cows suffering from mild to moderate fatty liver may recover in about one and a half months. However, milk production cannot be completely restored, and both immunity and fecundity are affected.
Prevention and control strengthen feeding and management, and reasonably provide nutrition to the cows during pregnancy should be appropriately reduced the amount of concentrate feed, so as to avoid excessive obese prenatal; during pregnancy to ensure that the diet contains sufficient cobalt, phosphorus and iodine, and in the late pregnancy Appropriately increase the amount of outdoor exercise; strengthen the care of postpartum cattle, improve the palatability of the diet, and gradually increase the fine material, invites to avoid the negative balance of energy caused by postpartum lactation. At the same time, we must promptly treat gastrointestinal diseases that affect digestion and absorption.
Glucose injection treatment of intravenous 50% glucose solution 500 ml once a day, even for 4 days as a course of treatment. It is also possible to intraperitoneally inject 1000 ml of a 20% glucose solution. At the same time, 20 mg of betamethasone was intramuscularly administered, and 250 ml of propylene glycol or glycerol was taken orally with the feed twice a day for 2 days. Then change it to 110 ml per day, and then take 3 days for better results.
Oral niacin and choline were started from the 14th day before delivery. Each day, 8 g of niacin, 80 g of choline chloride, and 60 g of cellulase were supplemented with each cow. If the intravenous glucose injection with high concentration of glucose solution is used, the effect is more effective. it is good.

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