Cru Buriram

Discussion in 'Farming Section' started by mahdam, Oct 31, 2018.

  1. mahdam

    mahdam Surin Legend

    The latest addition to our small herd in Buriram. A cracking little Charolais X
    She is the third born this month, with 4 more due in the coming weeks.
    FB_IMG_1540984304031.jpg
     
    Merlin, Ivor the Engine, Croc and 5 others like this.
  2. nomad97

    nomad97 Ordinary member Staff Member

    Aaaaaahhhh .............................. cute.
     
    Merlin and Ivor the Engine like this.
  3. Eanto

    Eanto Guest

    Aaaaaahhhh............................... burger!
     
  4. mahdam

    mahdam Surin Legend

    Another one today. That's four in the last two weeks!
    That on top of a bumber rice harvest yesterday, they will be taking a well deserved glass or two in Ban Phainoi tonight I reckon.
    received_349004732532643.jpeg
     
    nomad97, gotlost and mario299 like this.
  5. Eanto

    Eanto Guest

    Proud father. I think he’s got your ears!
     
    nomad97 and mahdam like this.
  6. gotlost

    gotlost Surin Legend

    By the looks of that photo you have a case of DT's and don't need any more wine.:rolleyes: BTW congratulation.:D
     
    mahdam likes this.
  7. mahdam

    mahdam Surin Legend

    Thanks GL. It was the Sis in law's photo, I suspect she had taken a glass or two of beer earlier in the evening after a very good rice harvest☺
     
    gotlost likes this.
  8. gotlost

    gotlost Surin Legend

    Any info on the breeding process ? Who is involved and your vet ? Etc.etc.
     
  9. mahdam

    mahdam Surin Legend

    No sorry can't help on that info. We are currently still in the UK, but will be over early in the new year and would like to come down to see your set up at some stage then. I will be a bit more clued up on things then.
     
    gotlost likes this.
  10. mahdam

    mahdam Surin Legend

    No5!! And two to go.
    FB_IMG_1541746386298.jpg
     
    mario299 and gotlost like this.
  11. gotlost

    gotlost Surin Legend

    Way to go dad.;;bad simle;;
     
    mahdam likes this.
  12. mahdam

    mahdam Surin Legend

    One for GL I think.
    Does anyone know of any cases of Bovine TB in Thailand?
     
  13. gotlost

    gotlost Surin Legend

    Not that l'm aware of.
     
  14. gotlost

    gotlost Surin Legend

    I found 3 recent articles on the subject the first two are on dairy cattle in the Chiang Mai area the 3rd is on SE Asia and they are saying same.

    From the data of World Animal Health Information Database (WAHID) Interface of World Animal Health Organization (OIE) [23], the incidence of bovine and wildlife TB is low in Malaysia,Thailand, Myanmar and a few unverified cases in Vietnam.These include domestic goats, cattle, buffaloes, Asian elephant and few unknown wildlife species. Figure 1 demonstrated a less characterized geographical circumstance of bovine and wildlife tuberculosis in SEA region.


    https://www.researchgate.net/public...rculosis_in_Dairy_Cattle_in_Northern_Thailand
    http://www.vet.cmu.ac.th/cmvj/document/vol.15/number-3/Original Article.pdf
    https://juniperpublishers.com/jdvs/pdf/JDVS.MS.ID.555683.pdf
     
    mahdam likes this.
  15. Ivor the Engine

    Ivor the Engine Administrator

    Not trying to go off topic, I find the above info interesting as I believe TB in humans is a big problem in Isaan but nobody is talking about it?


    Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
     
    gotlost likes this.
  16. gotlost

    gotlost Surin Legend

    Yep but you're off topic.:p:rolleyes::D
     
    Ivor the Engine likes this.
  17. nomad97

    nomad97 Ordinary member Staff Member

    Since when did that bother you? :eek::eek::eek:
     
  18. gotlost

    gotlost Surin Legend

    :p:D
     
  19. Rice

    Rice Surin Legend

    Ever wondered why folk wear face masks on the BTS sky train ??????
    Yes it is a big problem in the whole of Thailand. But the good news is that you can contract it and it will lay dormant for just about ever unless you get really ill and your body immune system weakens this is when it will kick in. The bad news though is in Thailand the drug resistant variety is most common because of all the not necessary antibiotic munching going on and people not completing prescribed courses.
     
    mahdam, nomad97 and Ivor the Engine like this.
  20. mahdam

    mahdam Surin Legend

    I asked because it is a big problem for Farmers here in the UK, and always in the news.
    Also the controversial "Badger cull" goes on in my local area. Just driving around here makes you wonder if they need a cull, when you see the numbers of "road kill" everywhere.
     
    Ivor the Engine likes this.
New | Recent