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Vol. 12, Issue 3 (2023)

Efficacy evaluation of some polyherbal formulations in the management of subclinical mastitis in buffaloes

Author(s):
Meera Sakhare, Md. Ferozoddin Siddiqui, Tawheed Ahmed Shafi, Bharti Negi and Bhaskar Ganguly
Abstract:
Subclinical mastitis is an important problem for the dairy industry, responsible for reduced milk production and economic losses. The present study was conducted to evaluate the efficacy of some polyherbal formulations in the management of subclinical mastitis in buffaloes. 30 buffaloes with subclinical mastitis were assigned to one of three groups. In group G1, Mastilep® spray was applied on teats and udder twice a day after milking for five days; in group G2, Mastilep® gel was applied on teats and udder twice a day after milking for five days, and in group G3, Brand A spray was applied on teats and udder twice a day after milking for five days. Mastilep® (M/s Ayurvet Limited, India) is a scientifically prepared polyherbal formulation for control of mastitis available in gel and spray forms. Its key ingredients include oils of Cedrus deodara, Curcuma longa, Eucalyptus globulus, etc. The efficacy of various treatments was compared based on improvements in milk fat, milk yield, and somatic cell count (SCC). Based on the findings of the study, Mastilep® spray was found to be more efficacious in management of subclinical mastitis in buffaloes followed by Mastilep® gel.
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How to cite this article:
Meera Sakhare, Md. Ferozoddin Siddiqui, Tawheed Ahmed Shafi, Bharti Negi, Bhaskar Ganguly. Efficacy evaluation of some polyherbal formulations in the management of subclinical mastitis in buffaloes. Pharma Innovation 2023;12(3):4651-4654.

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