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Retrospective Study on Medicinal Disorders in Breeding Bulls

S.H.Sontakke, V. H.Shende, V.V.Potdar, H.D.Kadam, J.R.Khadse and A.B.Pande

BAIF Development Research Foundation, Central Research Station, Urulikanchan, Pune – 412 202. Maharashtra.

Published in the Indian Veterinary Journal February 2020: 97 (2) - pages 14 to 16
(Received: June, 2019, Accepted: September, 2019)


Retrospective study was conducted to see the prevalence of different medical cases, their therapeutic management and recovery rate and management of bulls. The overall prevalence during three year period was found to be (28.71) and the percent of medical cases was 27.7. Breed wise classication indicated highest prevalence in HFX (9.39) followed by Indigenous (5.16). The values for HF, JY and JYX were nearly similar (3.76, 3.29 and 3.76 respectively). The prevalence was least in buffalo bulls (2.35).It was observed that the recovery rate was recorded highest in buffalo followed by HF, HFX, JYX, JY & Indigenous bulls respectively

Key Words: Retrospective study, Treatment, Breeding bulls

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