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Vol. 12, Special Issue 11 (2023)

Ethnoveterinary treatment for anestrus affected cows

Author(s):
Hitesh, Garima Kansal, Shivansh Mehra, Pradeep, Harender Singh and Neeraj
Abstract:
Three groups of equal numbers of heifer and parous animals were created from the total of 36 anestrus cows. Group I animals received fenbendazole treatment along with supplementation of a mineral combination. Group II cows were also given utero-ovarian massage three times a week, whereas group III animals were given a herbal formula in addition to the utero-ovarian massage. The animals in Group III had success rates of 58.33%, which was much higher than the other groups. To reach a definitive conclusion, the study must be repeated using more modern methods, such as ultrasonography, and on a larger population.
Pages: 1694-1697  |  87 Views  55 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Hitesh, Garima Kansal, Shivansh Mehra, Pradeep, Harender Singh and Neeraj. Ethnoveterinary treatment for anestrus affected cows. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2023; 12(11S): 1694-1697.
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