Keep a tight eye on animals in September for signs of coming into heat, since they should be mated at the appropriate time. Feed and hay that has been prepared more than a week ago should be avoided. Also, provide newborn animals proper diet and nutrition management, and if necessary, treat them under the supervision of a veterinary specialist.
Throughout the month of October, to keep your animals disease-free and healthy, get them vaccinated against diphtheria. Observe animals on a daily basis during the changing of seasons for signs of sickness or poor health. And good health, nutrition, fodder, and feed management help reduce the cost of rearing your livestock over the winter.
To keep your livestock disease-free and productive, get them vaccinated against foot and mouth disease in November. During rainy or chilly periods, use dry straw/grass on the animal’s floor. Small animals and calves, on the other hand, are more fragile and stressed in rainy and cold weather, necessitating special attention.
Adequate management should be implemented in December to protect animals from cold waves. Maintain a constant temperature in animal shelters to avoid harm from the cold. During chilly spells, cover animals with dry sacs or woolen blankets. Animals born in this month should be given extra attention due to the cold weather.
In the month of January, A sufficient supply of food and water to keep animals safe and healthy during cold spells. Keep the animal shelter clean, dry, and sanitary. Water should be offered to animals that is both fresh and clean. Contact your veterinarian if your animal develops a cold or any other ailment. Flatulence in animals is prevalent throughout the winter months owing to overgrazing of green fodder berseem. In addition, ample sunlight should be provided in animal shelters to keep animals warm and active.