The biggest cow, the biggest cow mount Katadin Cow mount Katahdin, Holstein-hybrid / Durham, during the period from 1906 to 1910 often reached weight 2270 kg She had to 1.88 m at the shoulder and torso 3.96 m in girth. The biggest carbamoyl approximately in 1923 in a fire on the farm.
The smallest cow Namibian owambo the smallest breed of cattle – the Namibian owambo. On average the bulls weigh 225 kg, and cows – 160 kg. Maybury In may 1984 it was announced that adult cow dexterboy breed named Maybury has at the withers 86,3 see Her owner was R. Hillier, UK.
The greatest yield of M. J. Machel and the Son of the Highest lifetime milk yield is 211 025 kg. Such quantity of milk was milking by may 1, 1984 from 289 cows, owned by M. J. Masel and Son from Hanford, PCs California, USA. Acme Goldie The highest milk yield per lactation (max 365 days) was 26 963 kg. This record was set in 1995 by cow Friesian Acme Goldie 2, owned by Bryce Miller, gr. Northamptonshire, UK. Continue reading
For full development and maintenance of a healthy body, dogs need vitamins. Regardless of age, vitamins for dogs is very important. Below you will learn exactly what nutrients the pet needs and how to obtain them.
Vitamin A. Particularly in need growing body. Vitamin A supports the kidneys, lacrimal and salivary glands, thanks to him greatly exacerbated vision at different intensities of illumination. Vitamin a helps to improve dog’s immunity, increase resistance to infections and various diseases.
Sources. milk, blood, liver, cod liver, corn, egg yolk, various greens, carrots, sea buckthorn oil.
Vitamin B effectively treats a neurosis, anaemia and other diseases. Has a beneficial effect on the health of the skin and a wool cover, important to work the muscles, nervous system, mucous membranes of the eyes and oral cavity. Vitamin B promotes growth of animal and even prevents the emergence and development of avitaminozov.
Sources. meat (especially lamb), liver, fish, cheese, whey and other dairy products, brewer’s yeast, vegetables and some cereals. Continue reading