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Research Paper | Veterinary Sciences | India | Volume 4 Issue 11, November 2015


The Gynecological Disorders in Dairy Cattle on the Survey of Allahabad

Ngangkham James Singh | Ajit Singh [6]


Abstract: The genetic selection has resulted in gynecological disorder dairy cow with very high milk yields but reduced fertility, due mainly to an increase in gynecological disorders. The research was conducted to estimate the proportion of gynecological disorders among dairy cattle. The factors estimated were, cow parity and gynecological status. The result of this experiment showed the incidence of gynecological disorders in high yielding dairy cows was prevalent. Repeat breeding was the major postpartum reproductive problem comprising (37.44 %) of the samples. Higher gynecological disorders were also associated with lower parity. These disorders subsequently reduced reproductive performance by prolonged intervals from calving to first artificial insemination and from calving to pregnancy. Abnormalities in the gynecological system such as repeat breeder, silent heat, anestrous and ovarian cysts, as well as lower fertility have been recorded during the lactation. In conclusion, the study revealed that incidence of repeat breeder is mostly prevalent in dairy cows. Moreover, the incidence of gynecological disorders was higher in summer season and hence appropriate preventive and or therapeutic measures as per the type of abnormalities need to be undertaken.


Keywords: Gynecology, Cattle, Anoestrus, Repeat breeder and Reproduction


Edition: Volume 4 Issue 11, November 2015,


Pages: 597 - 599


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Ngangkham James Singh, Ajit Singh, "The Gynecological Disorders in Dairy Cattle on the Survey of Allahabad", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), Volume 4 Issue 11, November 2015, pp. 597-599, https://www.ijsr.net/get_abstract.php?paper_id=30101502

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