Increase milk production in the winter by fourteen methods

Feed congee method. In the winter, cows are fed congee at about 38°C. Add carrots and beets. Carrots and beets were washed and chopped, and 15% each was added to the cow's feed. Accept lighting. In the 60 days before the cow's lactation, the cow is allowed to receive light 16 hours a day, not limited to receiving natural light, and milk production can increase by 30%. Add sodium acetate. Each cow was fed 200 to 300 grams of sodium acetate daily and fed three times a day. Feed urea method. Cows were fed 15 to 20 grams of urea per 100 kilograms of body weight. Sports law. Every morning and afternoon, cows are allowed to exercise 3 to 3.5 kilometers. Feed vinegar. Feed 0.2 kg vinegar per cow per day. Adding baking soda. From the beginning of the lactation period until the end of the lactation period, 150 grams of baking soda is fed to each cow's diet daily, and milk production can be increased by 30%. Add placental powder method. The postpartum placenta of cows was washed and chopped and soaked in 3% to 5% of saline, and the cows were fed 200 grams each time, once a day. Adding the kelp method. 250-500 grams of chopped kelp were fed to each cow's feed daily to feed the cows. Feeding fish meal method. In the early lactation period of dairy cows, 0.75 kilograms of fishmeal was added to each feed every day, increasing the milk production by 2.7 kilograms per day. Add seaweed powder method. Adding 5% seaweed powder to dairy cows' diets can increase feed intake and increase milk production by more than 6%. Feed the shell sunflower seeds. Husk sunflower seeds are rich in protein and fat. Researchers in the United Kingdom added 10% to 20% of sunflower seeds in their diets to increase milk production by about 15%. Feed pine needle powder method. Adding 10% pine needle powder to dairy cows' feeds can increase milk production by more than 8%. China Agricultural Network Editor