Llama and young camel feeding

Llama and young camel feeding

All the animals in the world are from scratch, from small to large, and so are camels. Lambs usually refer to small camels from birth to 2 years old. This period of growth and development is the most rapid period in the life of a camel.

The newborn camel weighs about 6% of the mother's camel weight, and usually weighs about 40 kg. The milk secreted by female camel within 1 week after delivery is colostrum. The colostrum contains various nutrients required for the growth of the llama, which is of great significance for the growth of the llama. Therefore, you should eat the colostrum as early as possible.

Lambs are usually first aided by breastfeeding about two and a half hours after birth. The second breastfeeding should be performed about 3 and a half hours after the first breastfeeding. Afterwards, the mother camel breast-feeding 3 times or 4 times a day. In order to prevent indigestion caused by overfeeding of the llama, cows with higher lactation levels should be milked once in the morning and evening.

If the mother's colostrum cannot be used due to illness or other reasons, 4 eggs can be used, fresh cod liver oil 20 ml, fresh camel milk (or fresh milk) 500 ml, salt 10 g, mix thoroughly and mix, heat the water to 38 Feed lambs after °C.

The key period of growth and development of the llama is lactation. With the growth and development of the llama, the number and the number of milking will gradually decrease. If too much milking is extremely unfavorable to the llama, especially the cubs that were 6 months old.

It depends on the growth and development of the llama to wean the lamb, which is usually carried out at 13 months or 14 months of age. Lambs under natural grazing conditions are naturally weaned and generally take 20 days to complete weaning. In addition, the mother-child isolation weaning method and the cowl weaning method can also be used.

Like a man, a camel, once acquired, will grow up as long as it does not die. It will only affect its quality because of external forces. Therefore, scientific methods and careful management are necessary for the work of breeding camels. The male camel after weaning to the first lambing or the male camel before starting to breed is called a young camel. The quality of their feeding and management will directly affect the future shape and production performance.

After the weaning, the camel should not be taken lightly and left unattended. The weaned young male and female camel should be reared separately and grazing in groups to prevent random mating and early mating, affecting the health of the female camel and the development of the llama.

In order to promote the growth and development of the young camel, and enhance its digestive function, the young camel of 2 years of age can be supplemented with about 1.5 kilograms of grass, hay and mixed concentrate and 20 grams of salt each day. After 2 years of age, the camel's sexual organs and second characteristics have gradually matured, and have a higher utilization of roughage. The young female camel should not be fed with too much fine material in the rearing, resulting in excessive obesity, which cannot be fed too little and hinder its development. Therefore, at this stage, whether in the winter or spring, or in summer and autumn, the young female camel and the female camel should be grazing in the same group.

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