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Vol. 7, Issue 4 (2018)

Effect of herbal bio choline supplementation on oxidative stress and biochemical parameters in transition dairy cows

Author(s):
Suraj Koujalagi, Sushma Chhabra, SNS Randhawa, Randhir Singh, CS Randhawa and Neeraj Kashyap
Abstract:
The study was undertaken to evaluate the effect of herbal biocholine supplementation on oxidative stress and hemato-biochemical parameters in dairy cows. Twenty four cows were divided into four groups and were supplemented for 42 days during transition period i.e from 3 weeks before parturition ‘Far off dry’ (FOD) to 3 weeks post parturition ‘>21 days in milk’ (>21 DIM). Group I was kept as untreated control group. The animals in the group II and III were supplemented with herbal biocholine powder @ 15g and 20g per 100kg body weight per day, respectively. Animals of group IV were supplemented with Herbal biocholine @ 20g per 100 kg body weight per day + Herbal liver tonic @ 10 g per 100 kg body weight per day. There was significant increase in the mean Non esterified fatty acid (NEFA) levels of control group from FOD to >21 DIM, whereas, in treatment group 3, there was significant decline in the mean NEFA levels from FOD to >21 DIM. A significant increase was observed in the mean β-hydroxy butyric acid (BHBA) levels of control group, but in treatment group 3, there was significant decline in the mean BHBA levels. A significant decline in the mean blood glucose levels was observed in all groups from FOD to > 21 DIM. There was significant decline in mean reduced glutathione (GSH) and suoeroxidase dismutase (SOD) levels of control group from FOD to > 21 DIM. A significant increase in the mean lipid per oxidation (LPO) level was observed during > 21 DIM in control group, whereas, in treatment group 3, there was significant decline in LPO during > 21 DIM.
Pages: 842-847  |  476 Views  27 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Suraj Koujalagi, Sushma Chhabra, SNS Randhawa, Randhir Singh, CS Randhawa, Neeraj Kashyap. Effect of herbal bio choline supplementation on oxidative stress and biochemical parameters in transition dairy cows. Pharma Innovation 2018;7(4):842-847.
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