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Vol. 10, Special Issue 1 (2021)

Study the effect of health care practices on antimicrobial residue in milk of indigenous and cross breed cattle

Author(s):
Jeetender Jaipal, Vijay Kumar, Mohan Lal Choudhary and Vikramjit Singh
Abstract:
In the present study a total of 200 milk samples were collected 100 from each indigenous cattle and Cross Breed cattle from dairy farms of the Bikaner and adjoining area. Each milk sample, was screened for the presence of antimicrobial drugs using charm EZ Rosa technique and the questionnaire prepared to assess the effect of health care practices over antibiotic residue in milk. The result reveals that the all samples examined, 7 per cent indigenous cow milk samples and 21 per cent cross breed milk samples were found to be positive (p<0.01). Statistically data show that there is highly significant difference between indigenous and cross breed cattle for antibiotic residue in milk. For beta lactam antibiotic 0 percent and 6 per cent (p<0.05), Tetracycline 4 per cent (p>0.05) and 4 per cent, Quinolone 3 per cent and 10 per cent (p<0.05) and sulpha drug 0 per cent and 1 per cent (p>0.05) samples were found positive in indigenous and cross breed cattle milk sample. In the present study questionnaire data reveals that the various health care practices such as vaccination, record keeping, withdrawal period of antibiotic, separate milking, veterinarian advice play significant role in antimicrobial residue in milk of dairy farms.
Pages: 22-26  |  138 Views  9 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Jeetender Jaipal, Vijay Kumar, Mohan Lal Choudhary and Vikramjit Singh. Study the effect of health care practices on antimicrobial residue in milk of indigenous and cross breed cattle. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2021; 10(1S): 22-26.
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