At Castle Rock Organic Farm, we take care of our cattle and keep only healthy and veterinarian-checked animals. All cows are kept clean in the ecological conditions of our farm, where our son Barry and his family monitor the maintenance of livestock. About 150 cows are out on pasture for the majority of the time and get a bit of grain as they come in to be milked in the parlor. This directly affects the taste and quality of products.
But even if all veterinary and sanitary requirements are observed, farm owners can face some cattle diseases from time to time. Getting products from a sick cow is unacceptable, so any disease always leads to losses. As a rule, the most common cause of cows' health problems is poor quality feed.
Lethargy, loss of appetite, and fever (or decreasing temperature in case of poisoning) are the most common symptoms of cattle diseases. Typically, cows are most likely to have Bloat, Grass Tetany, Esophagus Blockage, Prussic Acid Poisoning, Botulism, Bovine Tuberculosis, Bovine Viral Diarrhea, Foot and Mouth Disease, and Mastitis. If symptoms or the first suspicions arise, you must urgently seek veterinary help.
Vet bills for cattle are high, but treatment delays can lead to disease progression and even more losses. Although it can be expensive sometimes, you should not skimp on the health costs of your livestock. In such cases, farmers are welcome to get some help in paying vet bills. Feel free to ask for support from our local lenders if you need some instant money.
Farmers can get a same-day 1000 dollar loan with any type of credit score. This financial support program allows you to make seasonable treatment and routine wellness examinations. Financial difficulties are no longer a problem. Remember that cattle health is the most important detail that determines the quality of your products.