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Vol. 9, Special Issue 8 (2020)

Biochemical profile of Osmanabadi goats under different management systems in Chhattisgarh plains

Author(s):
Manish Bobade, Vikas Khune, Sharad Mishra, K Mukherjee, MK Gendley and Anupam Soni
Abstract:
The study was undertaken 20 female Osmanabadi Goat to investigate the blood biochemical parameters. The goats were equally divided into two groups of 10 goats in each i.e extensive management system (group I) and semi-intensive management system (group II). Blood samples were collected at monthly interval for one year covering all three seasons. The results revealed that there was a significant influence of management on values of serum total protein, globulin, Albumin: Globulin ratio and BUN whereas the variation in albumin and glucose values was found to be non-significant in Osmanabadi goats reared under different management systems. The mean values of serum total protein, globulin and Albumin: Globulin ratio was found to be significantly higher (P< 0.01) for the extensive management system. However, the mean values of BUN were significantly higher (P< 0.05) and the values of glucose, albumin were found non-significantly (P< 0.05) higher for the semi-intensive management system. The mean values of glucose, total protein, albumin, globulin, BUN and Albumin: Globulin ratio was found to be at 54.78±0.46 and 55.88±0.44, 6.93±0.04 and 6.78±0.03, 3.36±0.03 and 3.40±0.04, 3.57±0.05 and 3.38±0.04, 14.07±0.24 and 14.77±0.24 and 0.97±0.02 and 1.04±0.02 for the extensive management system and semi-intensive management system, respectively. The results of the study could be able to manifest the influence of management system on the biochemical profile of Osmanabadi goats.
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How to cite this article:
Manish Bobade, Vikas Khune, Sharad Mishra, K Mukherjee, MK Gendley and Anupam Soni. Biochemical profile of Osmanabadi goats under different management systems in Chhattisgarh plains. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2020; 9(8S): 15-19.
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