Seasonal variation on lipoproteins profile of crossbred cattle as an indicator for physiological status assessment
Rameshwar, N Savino, VK Vidyarthi, Thejanuo Rio, Tsarila ZT Sangtam, Manish Meshram, Gavrav Dubey and Drusilla Jishing Rengma
The study was conducted to find baseline data and compared the effect of different season’s on blood lipoprotein profile in crossbred cattle’s. Ten crossbred Cattle animals with same physiological and nutritional status under same standard practice were selected from the Nagaland university modern dairy farm near Medziphema Nagaland. Stand for temperature humidity index (THI) of spring, summer and winter seasons was calculated with local metrological data. Mean THI values significantly (p≤0.05) highest in summer season (78.08±0.74) followed by winter seasons (72.66±3.19) and lowest in spring seasons (67.72±3.35), respectively. Blood sample was collection two in each season between 7 AM to 8.30 AM in investigational area. Investigation of the data showed significantly (p≤0.05) HDL higher in spring followed by summer and winter, LDL higher in summer followed by spring and winter, VLDL lowest in summer followed by spring and summer. Most production of livestock production and productivities are decline when the typical weather condition is not comfortable. On the other hand, universal require for livestock product is expected to increasing in the future due to human population.
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Rameshwar, N Savino, VK Vidyarthi, Thejanuo Rio, Tsarila ZT Sangtam, Manish Meshram, Gavrav Dubey and Drusilla Jishing Rengma. Seasonal variation on lipoproteins profile of crossbred cattle as an indicator for physiological status assessment. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2023; 12(11S): 1959-1962.