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Why does a cow have no milk after calving?

The cow does not give milk after calving, because during the first week she produces colostrum. It is vital for the calf, but not suitable for humans. Moreover, there is no second without the first. And you need to start distributing the cow from the first day after calving. Otherwise, you won't have to count on good productivity.
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Newcastle disease in chickens: treatment, symptoms

Many Russians are engaged in raising chickens. But unfortunately, even experienced poultry farmers do not always know about chicken diseases. Although these poultry often get sick. Among the diseases associated with mechanical damage, there are many viral infectious diseases. Newcastle disease in domestic chickens can be attributed to the most dangerous viral infection.
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Black bee

Most people think of bees as yellow-colored insects with black stripes. But there are other varieties: black individuals. Carpenter bees are found in the wild, taming is not yet possible. In total, there are more than 700 varieties of carpenter bees, depending on the distribution area: American, German, African, Sicilian, European, Central Russian.
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Cardiocrinum: varieties, planting and care features

Cardiocrinum is a giant lily, a warm and moisture-loving Asian beauty. In the landscape design of the garden, a two-meter stalk with large fragrant flowers will take center stage. Cardiocrinum is a perennial plant similar to a huge lily, capable of reaching 5 m in height. In nature, cardiocrinum is common in East Asia, Japan, China, India, Nepal.
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Plum Hope

Nadezhda plum is one of the most common in northern latitudes. The climate of the Far Eastern region suits her perfectly, and therefore it bears fruit abundantly. This is one of the few varieties of plum for this area. Breeding history The variety was obtained by the Khabarovsk garden and berry station of selection from free pollination of the Ussuri plum, red cherry plum and Manchurian prunes.
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