Stress is commonly thought to be a result of an animal's exposure to a hostile environment. Stress is a condition in which an animal is unable to sustain a normal physiological state due to a variety of external influences. It is an external element that puts a biological system under stress. Stress has the ability to suppress immune activity. Acute (a few hours to a few days) and chronic (a few weeks to a few months) phases of the biological response to stress are distinguished (from several days to week).
An animal can experience three different types of stress.
Physical - due to tiredness
Hunger, thirst, and temperature are all physiological factors.
Behavioural - As a result of the environment or a new scenario.
Multiple stressors over an extended period of time can cause distress and suffering.
Aside from these stresses, chemical stressors such as low dissolved oxygen, unintentional pollution: insecticides, diet composition, poor water quality, imbalanced pH, and so on. Because of the high energy and protein demands of lactation, as well as the complexity of the reproductive process and various organs involved, milk production and reproduction are extremely susceptible to stress. The rate of fertilisation was reduced by 0.5°C uterine temperature increase during warmer days. In cattle, embryonic development is inhibited by exposing heifers to 32°C for 72 hours following insemination.
To deal with such situations, Green Planet offers "Neutvet's stress off," an all-in-one animal stress reliever. It's a water-soluble electrolyte solution with quick energy for oral rehydration. Its advantages are as follows:
• Stress off by Neutvet replaces body fluids lost due to dehydration, vomiting, diarrhoea, and other illnesses.
• It provides important nutrients to animals that are unable to properly eat or drink.
• It aids in the recovery of malnourished people.
• It aids in the maintenance of a healthy fluid balance in the blood and tissues.
Poultry – 1Gm.Per/ltr Water (Fresh Water)
Cows Buffaloes/Horses 100-250 gms. Day
Calves/Sheep/Goats /Dogs 20-30 gms. Day