International Journal of Advanced Biochemistry Research

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Vol. 8, Special Issue 4, Part D (2024)

Studies on the efficacy of certain phyto therapeutic agents in treating repeat breeding syndrome in cross-bred cows

Author(s): Dr. Burra Rajabapu, Dr. K Venkata Ramana, Dr. L Ram Singh and Dr. K Jagan Mohan Reddy
Abstract: The present study was conducted to describe the efficacy of certain Phyto therapeutic agents in treating repeat breeding syndrome in cross-bred cows. The study utilized 463 cattle maintained by farmers doorstep and private dairy farms in and around Rajendranagar, Rangareddy district, Telangana State. Screening camps conducted in four villages identified 146 repeat breeding cows, of which twenty-four repeat breeder cows were selected and randomly divided into three groups. In the treatment protocol, the group I cows were treated with a placebo of powdered Super Napier fodder. Group II cows underwent Phyto therapeutic protocol I with powdered Bael leaf, Curry leaf, Ashwagandha and garlic extract for intrauterine at specified dose rates for 5 days from the day of estrus. Group III cows treated with Phyto therapeutic protocol II involving Raphanus, Aloe Vera, Moringa leaf paste, Adamant creeper stem paste, and curry leaf paste at specified dose rates over specific days during estrus. Treatment with phytotherapeutic agents showed a conception rate of 62.50% in Group II and 50.00% in Group III. Efficacy of both phytotherapeutic protocols was assessed by Fern pattern, pH of CVM, white side test and conception rate. Repeat breeder cows treated with Phytotherapeutic protocol I exhibited a shorter estrus cycle, increased estrus duration, and heightened intensity compared to the control group. The study concludes that Phytotherapeutic protocol I can effectively address repeat breeding in cows, providing a viable treatment option with shorter duration and higher conception rates compared to Phytotherapeutic protocol II. This suggests its potential to replace conventional antibiotic in the future and be recommended as a treatment to enhance fertility in repeat breeder cows under field condition.
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How to cite this article:
Dr. Burra Rajabapu, Dr. K Venkata Ramana, Dr. L Ram Singh, Dr. K Jagan Mohan Reddy. Studies on the efficacy of certain phyto therapeutic agents in treating repeat breeding syndrome in cross-bred cows. Int J Adv Biochem Res 2024;8(4S):289-295. DOI: 10.33545/26174693.2024.v8.i4Sd.966
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