International Journal of Chemical Studies
Vol. 8, Issue 1 (2020)
Role of macro minerals (Ca, p) in reproductive health of infertile crossbred cattle
Author(s): Dheeraj Kumar, Dr. Mahendra Kumar, Tushar Bhosale, Bhimraj Jakhar, Vishal Kumar and Shilpa Kumari
Abstract: Reproduction is the important productive parameter which affects the profitability of dairy industry. Micro minerals play an important role in animal’s reproductive physiology and its imbalance causes various problems leading to lowered reproductive efficiency. Therefore, adequate trace minerals supplementation and its absorption are required for various metabolic functions including reproduction and growth. Often correcting an imbalance in mineral levels may improve the reproductive performance, fertility and health of the animals. The present study shows total 24 infertile crossbred cows were selected to induce oestrus taken for correction of anoestrosity with incorporated mineral. Total 8 out of 24 animals exhibited oestrus symptom after the treatment. Among the animals received incorporated mineral (treatment group) 50% showed the oestrus symptoms. Among the animals under control 16.66% came into heat.
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Dheeraj Kumar, Dr. Mahendra Kumar, Tushar Bhosale, Bhimraj Jakhar, Vishal Kumar, Shilpa Kumari. Role of macro minerals (Ca, p) in reproductive health of infertile crossbred cattle. Int J Chem Stud 2020;8(1):3003-3005. DOI: 10.22271/chemi.2020.v8.i1at.8727