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Vol. 8, Issue 8 (2019)

Retrospective study of reproductive disorders in dairy cattle in Belgaum

Author(s):
Dr. Kamal Hasan, Dr. Veeresh HB and Dr. Poorna Chandra
Abstract:
The present study was undertaken with an objective to record the incidence of reproductive disorders in Veterinary Dispensaries (VD) of Neginhal and Veterinary Dispensary Budihal, Bailhongal taluk of Belgaum District, North Karnataka. A retrospective type of study was conducted from August 2018 to August 2019 in Bailhongal taluk to identify the major reproductive health problems. The study revealed higher incidence of dystocia (43.8%) may due to foetal pelvic disproportion and maternal causes like uterine torsion. The incidence of Repeat breeder (38.3%) may be due to faulty time of insemination and Retention of Foetal membranes (26.02%). The study enlightened the major reproductive disorders occurring in Bailhongal taluk and steps to take actions regarding improvement in management systems, proper heat detection and proper selection of bulls for breeding could help in minimizing reproductive health problems and hence, improve the reproductive efficiency of dairy cows.
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How to cite this article:
Dr. Kamal Hasan, Dr. Veeresh HB, Dr. Poorna Chandra. Retrospective study of reproductive disorders in dairy cattle in Belgaum. Pharma Innovation 2019;8(8):415-417.

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