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Applied study for the treatment of inactive ovaries in heifer's cows by using PMSG with vitamins and minerals

Author: ELIAS KHUDHUR, BARAADORAID ALWATAR, IBRAHIM Y. ALRAWY
Abstract: This study was conducted on thirty local Iraqi breeds heifers cow aged between 2-3-years suffered from anestrous resulted from inactive ovary diagnosed by rectal palpation of the ovaries which were felt as smooth, small and firm nonfunctional ovaries. The cow's heifers were randomly divided into 3 groups The cows G1: 10 cows injected with 1000 I.U. PMSG I.M and 10ml OLIGO-UVIT. G2: 10 cows injected with 1000 I.U PMSG I.M. and 6ml AD3E (UVEDCO-AD3E. G3:) 10 cows injected with 1000 I.U. PMSG I.M.Results of cows responded to various treatments and showed signs of estrus revealed a significant differencesat (p <0.05) between the treated groups. G1 showed the highest response for treatment, followed by the PMSG with OLIGO treating group; whereas, the lowest response was observed in G3. All the treated females were housed with bulls to ensure mating. Results of cow's heifers responded and showed signs of estrus were 8/10 (80%), 6/10 (60%) and 3/10 (30%) in G1, G2, G3. Conclusion: using of PMSG with nutrient supplementation led to an improvement in estrus induction in comparison to using PMSG alone.
Keyword: inactive ovary, heifers, PMSG,
DOI: https://doi.org/10.31838/ijpr/2019.11.02.073
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Impact Factor for five years is 1.55 (2012 - 2016)

Year 2011 - 2015 Impact Factor - 1.46 Total Publications - 326 Total Citations - 477