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Vol. 10, Special Issue 3 (2021)

Therapeutic management of sub clinical mastitis in buffaloes

Author(s):
Dr. Keshamoni Ramesh, Dr. K Lakshmi, Dr. G Ambica, Dr. B Swathi, Dr. K Padmaja and Dr. M Aruna
Abstract:
In the present study, twenty buffaloes were randomly selected among SCM culturally positive cases and divided into two groups II and III. While, ten apparently healthy buffaloes were considered as control group I. In group II, 10 buffaloes with 18 quarters were treated with Uddocare powder orally (herbal preparation with antioxidants and immuno modulators). In group III, 10 buffaloes with 14 positive quarters were treated with topical application of a mixture of Aloe vera paste (herbal preparation without antioxidants and immunomodulators). Therapeutic efficacy was recorded based on qualitative changes in milk, hematology, bacteriological cure rate and milk yield. Animal wise therapeutic efficacy of group II and group III was 70.00 and 50.00 percent respectively. While, quarter wise therapeutic efficacy of group II and group III was 83.33 and 64.29 percent respectively.
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How to cite this article:
Dr. Keshamoni Ramesh, Dr. K Lakshmi, Dr. G Ambica, Dr. B Swathi, Dr. K Padmaja and Dr. M Aruna. Therapeutic management of sub clinical mastitis in buffaloes. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2021; 10(3S): 229-232.
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