Animal Health & Mosquito

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Animal Health & Mosquito

In the dairy farming unit , many times there is big issue of Mosquito in the shed

Does the mosquito effect the health

Is there any effective way to control mosquito & prevent Cows from mosquito ?

Can you suggest any dairy farming unit who has taken any effective measure ?






Mosquito can make stress in animals which will result for health and milk.


The best options are to keep the place clean, try to wash shed atleast once in 2 days and wash cows also.


If you have major issue of mosquitos, apply neem oil on the floor which will keep the flys away and wont harm cows also.


Devang Dani

The best thing to do is keep

The best thing to do is keep the place and surroundings clean as much as  possible.

keep the environment clean

keep the environment clean and make your animal wash once in a two days.




Cows Health

Yes, In dairy farming unit there is the very big issue of mosquito in shed because Mosquito can make affect on cows health and milk. there are several thing that you can protect your cow from mosquito bites.

1. Keep gutters clean and unclogged.

2.Keep your cows shed clean of items that can hold water, including discarded aluminum cans and tires.

3. As mosquito larvae can fly up to a mile, report any abandoned swimming pools to the homeowner, neighborhood association or county health department. Demand that they be drained, cleaned and covered.


While every effort is being

While every effort is being put in to keep the shed clean & also i have the neem extracts added into the "all out" mosquito repellant refills. Has anyone had experience with the mosquito fogging machine?? It costs around 8K & every city muncipal corporation uses it.

Preventation Of Kitosis and treatment

How to prevent from kitosis and teratment in HF Cattle

Rift Valley fever (RVF) is an

Rift Valley fever (RVF) is an acute arthropod-borne viral disease that can cause severe disease in domestic animals, such as buffalo, camels, cattle, goats, and sheep. Rift Valley fever is also an important zoonosis that can cause severe disease in humans.Disease in susceptible animals can vary in severity and is characterized by fever, listlessness, anorexia, disinclination to move, abortions, and high morbidity and mortality rates in neonatal animals.

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