International Journal of Chemical Studies
Vol. 6, Issue 2 (2018)
Biochemical effect of Heatsynch protocol with mineral mixture supplement and bypass fat on postpartum anoestrous crossbred cows
Author(s): Kalita M, Deka KC, Biswas RK, Borah B, Sonowal S, Khuman LS, Bordoloi G, Dewry R and Dutta KJ
Abstract: The present investigation was conducted to study the biochemical effect of Heatsynch protocol with mineral mixture (nutritional supplementation) and bypass fat on postpartum anoestrous crossbred cows. Twenty postpartum anoestrous crossbred cows were selected based on the history and rectal palpation in Kamrup district of Assam, India. The animals were divided into two groups, Group A and Group B i.e. ten animals in each group. The animals in Group A received Heatsynch + mineral mixture + bypass fat and AI was done at induced oestrus. Group B animals were kept as control without any treatment. Blood samples were collected from cows on day 0, 7, 8 and 9 of Heatsynch protocol for the estimation of serum biochemical profiles. The use of mineral mixture + bypass fat + Heatsynch protocol resulted in 100.00 per cent oestrus induction with mean interval of 32.60 ± 1.54 hours. The conception rate at induced oestrus was found to be 60.00 per cent. The mean serum oestrogen, serum cortisol, total serum protein, serum calcium, serum phosphorus and serum zinc on day 0, 7, 8 and 9 revealed that the values on 9th day were significantly higher than the values obtained on day 0, 7 and 8. The mean serum progesterone and serum cholesterol concentration was maximum on day 7 and 0 respectively. Based on the investigation it was found that Heatsynch protocol with nutritional supplementation and bypass fat resulted in effective induction of oestrus with satisfactory conception rate in postpartum anoestrous crossbred cows.
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Kalita M, Deka KC, Biswas RK, Borah B, Sonowal S, Khuman LS, Bordoloi G, Dewry R, Dutta KJ. Biochemical effect of Heatsynch protocol with mineral mixture supplement and bypass fat on postpartum anoestrous crossbred cows. Int J Chem Stud 2018;6(2):1252-1255.