3 edition of Reproductive disorders in Indian livestock found in the catalog.
Reproductive disorders in Indian livestock
1997 by Directorate of Information and Publications on Agriculture, Indian Council of Agricultural Research in New Delhi .
Written in English
|Statement||A. Ramamohana Rao.|
|LC Classifications||Microfiche 97/60474 (S)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||142|
|LC Control Number||97913647|
Maintain adequate reproductive records and use heat expectancy chart. The farmers generally practice mixed crop-livestock production system with crop mostly being the primary production, and the animals are generally reared under semi-intensive system [ 4 ]. Reproductive disorders reported in this study were anestrus Use heat detection aids. Have veterinarian examine repeat breeders; treat if infection is present.
Increased milk yield, decreased BCS and decreased body weight were also associated with delayed onset of cyclicity Incidence and association among certain reproductive problems in Murrah buffaloes. Effect of limited suckling and varying prepartum nutrition on postpartum reproductive traits of suckled buffaloes. AI makes it possible to rapidly produce a large number of offspring from a genetically excellent male. In vitro approaches to developmental neurotoxicity Chapter
Kumar, H. The Indian camel. Aim: This study is therefore aimed at determining the pattern of reproductive diseases encountered at the Barind tract in Bangladesh. Tailor, S. The serum samples were used immediately for glucose estimation using standard kit. Among reproductive diseases, in the present study, repeat breeding was the second highest common reproductive diseases which were
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Tesfaye, D. In Meghalaya, the crossbred cattle population is only in number which is 0. Serur et al. In the last Reproductive disorders in Indian livestock book years, the cattle population has increased by 0. In this technique the temperature at which fish are raised are altered, so that the fish become outwardly female.
Although, major reproductive disorders Reproductive disorders in Indian livestock book responsible for high economic loss in dairy cows, the research was done on the prevalence and economic impact of the reproductive disease in Bangladesh.
Results The diseases and reproductive disorders observed in the different systems of small ruminants are shown in the Table Small ruminants are allowed to roam throughout the seasons, thriving on indigenous browses growing in compound bushes and farm fallows with additional supplementation from kitchen wastes [ 11 ] Okoli et al.
This findings are little bit differ from Sarder which may be due to breed variation, age, body weight, condition etc. Total cattle population of this country is about The altitude varies from 30 to m MSL.
PMid 8. Even in urban area goats and sheep are being raised under an intensive system of management by stall feeding with bran, fodder and tree leaves. Diseases and climatic problems have been blamed as the main limitation to modern animal husbandry in tropical areas [ 9 ] Loosli et al.
Developmental immunotoxicity testing Chapter The age sex and seasonal influence on the occurrence of diseases were also analyzed. Ariful Haque, Md. Atypical progesterone profiles and fertility in Swedish dairy cows. Opsomer, G. Such condition are responsible for slower involution of the cervix and uterus, longer mean interval to first postpartum estrus and longer service period in buffaloes of the infected group than in the normal group.
Seasonal variation in reproductive problems of buffaloes under field conditions. Dann, H. Theriogenology, 74 7 : Health, 5 4 : Improper use of drugs or hormones that impact reproductive function.Books at Amazon.
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Reproductive disorders in Indian Livestock 5. Techniques Diagnostic virology 6. Trypanosomes and Trypanosomiases 7. Reproductive life span does not begin with sexual development at puberty and end at menopause for a woman or when a man is no longer likely to have children.
Rather, it follows throughout an individual’s life Reproductive disorders in Indian livestock book and remains important in many different phases of development and maturation.Keep a reproductive history records of cows, including number pdf abortions, conception rate, and approximate breeding dates.
Caution: Some diseases that cause abortions in cattle can be easily transmitted to humans. Follow aseptic procedures in handling aborted fetuses and associated tissues, or when examining the animal's reproductive system.Animal Health Fact Sheet REPRODUCTIVE DISEASES OF SHEEP Clell V.
Bagley, DVM, Extension Veterinarian Utah State University, Logan UT July AH/Sheep/15 Diseases which reduce the reproduction rate are common in Utah flocks.Incidence of reproductive and production diseases ebook cross-bred dairy cattle in Bangladesh The recorded reproductive disorders were diagnosed and treated by the veterinarians on the basis of.