ORIGINAL PRICE OF COURSE Rs 3000. AFTER DISCOUNT Rs 599.
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When it comes to feeding dairy animals a common question asked is what feed and fodder is to be provided and in what quantities. When you provide the required nutrients as per the body weight and milk production levels of the animals, you get increased milk production at optimum costs. In this advanced course on dairy nutrition you will learn how to create balanced rations for different stages of a dairy animals life.
How is this advanced course on dairy nutrition different from the basic course on nutrition, you may ask. While the basic course on nutrition deals with several areas on nutrition and gives you the thumb rules to feed dairy animals, this advanced course teaches you how to calculate and create diet formulations for dairy animals. What this means is that if you have different kinds of feed, fodder and mineral mixtures, this course will teach you to find out how much of each ingredient will be needed to feed dairy animals as per their age, body weight and stage of lactation.
This course dives deep into the constituents of feed and fodder such as energy, proteins, neuter detergent fiber (NDF), mineral etc and teaches you how to find out the nutrient requirements of dairy animals in different stages. Knowing this, and the nutrients present in feed and fodder available, you will be able to formulate the exact quantities of fodder, minerals and additives required.
At Teplu we have created this first of its kind online course on nutrition which teaches how to create dairy diet formulations. Some of the top minds in dairy nutrition have contributed to the making of this course. In line with our principles of creating content which is simple to understand, we have created this course so that you can create diet formulations on your own. Happy Learning.
Meet your Instructor
Dr.K.S.Ramachandra is a renowned animal nutritionist with vast experience as a researcher, planner and policy implementation expert. He did his post-graduation in animal husbandry from Allahabad Agricultural Institute and holds doctorate degree in Animal Nutrition from the National Dairy Research Institute (NDRI), Karnal. He has worked as a scientist with ICAR at Indian Grassland and Fodder research Institute and in the National Institute of Animal Nutrition and Physiology.
He has held several important positions and has contributed significantly in the discipline of animal nutrition, especially in the area of livestock feed resources. As a Technical Expert in the rank of Additional Secretary to Government of India, he has advised Central Ministries and State governments for integrated and holistic development in rainfed areas of the country, especially for dairy and animal husbandry development. As an Executive Member of Indian Dairy Association, he has made significant contribution to growth and development of Indian Dairy sector.
How can this course help you?
Whether you have your own dairy farm or are employed in a dairy farm this course will help you in many ways. Many successful farms employ the services of people who are proficient in creating dietary formulations for dairy farms. This course will help you in creating a foundation for you to succeed in creating such formulations
Feed and fodder costs comprise over 65% to 70% of the total costs in a dairy farm. By learning how to find out the diet requirements of dairy animals as per their age and stage of lactation, you will be able to provide them the exact quantity of feed and fodder. In the process you will be able to improve milk production and optimize your feed and fodder costs.
At times the same kind of feed and fodder may not be available in your farm. This course will help you in understanding the alternative sources of fodder that you can use in your farm. You will be able to calculate the nutrients that can be obtained from such feed and fodder. Some kinds of fodder may also be harmful for dairy animals if fed at an improper stage of their growth. You will learn how to avoid such risks.
With proper nutrition, the immunity levels of animals improve and you will be able to ward off many diseases from your farm. This course will equip you with scientific knowledge on dairy nutrition that will improve the health of your animals. With this knowledge and your experience at the farm you will be able to create diet formualtions for different categories of dairy animals successfully.
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StartWhat is rationing of fodder as per various stages of the animal life cycle ? (6:58)
StartWhich parameters play a highly important role in your selection of feed and fodder ? (2:41)
StartWhat is NDF and ADF in forages ? (3:07)
StartWhat are the levels of Crude Protein, ADF & NDF in different kinds of feed and fodder? (3:37)
StartWhat kinds of fodder should you give to improve milk production ? (10:39)
StartWhat do you feed dairy animals at stage 1 - after birth of a calf to weaning? (5:07)
StartWhat do you feed in stage 2 that is from weaning to breeding age? (4:48)
StartWhat do you feed in stage 2 that is from weaning to breeding age? Part 2 (5:49)
StartWhat do you feed animals in stage 3 which is when they start giving milk ? (5:15)
StartWhat should you feed dairy animals in early lactation stage? (7:04)
StartWhat should you feed dairy animals in early lactation stage? Part 2 (5:57)
StartWhat should you feed a milking dairy animal in the mid and late stages of lactation? (8:29)
PreviewWhat should you feed a dairy animal during the dry period? (6:18)
StartWhat should you feed a dairy animal during the dry period? Part 2 (5:44)
StartImportant points to keep in mind while creating balanced rations (7:48)
After purchasing this course you will get:
Instant access to over 100 minutes of video content
Chart of Nutrients for different types of fodder
Diet formulation samples for different animals
Support of experts for one year
After Completing this Advanced Course on Dairy Nutrition you should be able to:
Understand the parameters required for selecting feed and fodder
Find out levels of crude protein, NDF and ADF in feed and fodder
Create diet formulation using locally available resources for:
New born calves to weaning stage
Heifers upto breeding age
Dairy animals when they start producing milk
Milking animals in early lactation stage
Dairy animals in the mid and late stages of lactation
Dry animals in Far-off and Close-up stages and
Feed TMR to dairy animals
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ORIGINAL PRICE OF COURSE Rs 3000. AFTER DISCOUNT Rs 599