Vol. 7, Issue 2 (2018)
Reproductive disorders in dairy animals and their management in district Bhadohi, Uttar Pradesh: A field study
Author(s): Govind Kumar Choudhary, RP Chaudhary, Rekha Singh, R Prasad and Bidya Shankar Sinha
Abstract: During a diagnostic survey, 3810 dairy animals were examined in district Bhadohi of Uttar Pradesh. It was noticed that 75.5% animals have pre-pubertal / postpartum anoestrus, due to nutritional (Minerals and Protein) deficiencies and helminthes infestations. Therefore, to assess the effect of supplementation of mineral mixture/ green feeding followed by anthelmintic drugs were included in trial. The result was surprising. Out of each 50 cattle & buffalo heifers, 80 & 88% conceived within 3-4 months of supplementation mineral mixture and 86 and 94% by green feeding and deworming as against only 12% in farmers practice. In case of postpartum anoestrus, out of 60 cattle and buffaloes in each group, 83 and 90% conceived with mineral mixture and 92 and 98% with green feeding followed by deworming as against 13 and 18% at farmers practice within 3-4 months of trial. Based on study, it is concluded that supplementation of mineral mixture or green feeding along with ant helminthes drugs should be followed by the dairy farmers to obtain full reproductive potential of their animals.
How to cite this article:
Govind Kumar Choudhary, RP Chaudhary, Rekha Singh, R Prasad, Bidya Shankar Sinha. Reproductive disorders in dairy animals and their management in district Bhadohi, Uttar Pradesh: A field study. J Pharmacogn Phytochem 2018;7(2):1815-1817.