Blood profile of early lactating Murrah buffaloes supplemented with bypass fatty acids and Tinospora cordifolia
Rajneesh, AK Misra, Shwetambri Jamwal, Prince Chauhan and Ninad Bhatt
The study was conducted with the objective of evaluating the effect of bypass fatty acid and Tinospora cordifolia supplementation on blood profile of early lactating Murrah buffaloes. The lactating buffaloes were distributed into four groups, each having five buffaloes depending on previous milk yield, parity and body weight. T1, T2 and T3 group buffaloes were supplemented for 90 days with 150g bypass fatty acids, 150g Tinospora stem powder and a combination of both 150g bypass fatty acids and 150g Tinospora stem powder respectively while the control group (T0) given only standard feeding without any supplementations. Blood sampling was done at fortnightly intervals and results showed that among hematological parameters TLC, neutrophil count, N:L and platelet counts were significantly higher in Tinospora supplemented groups (T2 and T3) whereas values of RBC, Hb, PCV, lymphocytes and mix cells were not affected significantly. The blood indices were also not changed significantly on supplementation. From results, it was concluded that change in blood profiling was there due to the immunomodulatory effect if Tinospora cordifolia.
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Rajneesh, AK Misra, Shwetambri Jamwal, Prince Chauhan and Ninad Bhatt. Blood profile of early lactating Murrah buffaloes supplemented with bypass fatty acids and Tinospora cordifolia. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2020; 9(12S): 31-35.