Vol. 1, Issue 4, Part A (2016)
Therapeutic management of hemogalactia in crossbred cows
Author(s): KP Singh, RV Singh, Praneeta Singh, RA Siddique and SK Singh
Abstract: A total of 24 crossbred cows of 4-6 years age groups were presented with a history of calving 15 days to 2 months back, passing blood in milk from 1 or 2 teats and associated quarters. All the 24 animals were randomly divided into 2 groups i.e. groups 1 and 2 with 12 animals in each group. In group 1 (n = 12) animals were treated with injection strypytochrome @ 10 ml, intramuscular, once a day for 4 days. In group 2 (n = 12) animals were treated with injection stryptochrome @ 10 ml, intramuscular, once a day with Vitamin A, D3, E, H and nicotinamide @10 ml orally, twice a day for 4 days. The results indicated that the recovery rate from hemogalactia in crossbred cows after 4 days of therapies were 83.33% and 100%, respectively, in stryptochrome and stryptochrome with vitamin A, D3, E, H and nicotinamide treated groups of animals.
How to cite this article:
KP Singh, RV Singh, Praneeta Singh, RA Siddique, SK Singh. Therapeutic management of hemogalactia in crossbred cows. Int J Vet Sci Anim Husbandry 2016;1(4):20-21.