The present research discusses about the role of pregnancy, effect of calving status, history of dystocia, production of milk yield and occurrence of tympany in fore stomach disorders. Total 2145 cases of buffaloes were screened, among of them 107 buffaloes were affected with different fore stomach disorders like simple indigestion, acidosis, alkalosis, tympany, ruminal impaction, traumatic pericarditis, traumatic reticulo-peritonitis and diaphragmatic hernia. These disorders commonly reported in buffaloes those were parturiated one to three months ago and some affections were reported in advance pregnancy. Complete history and clinical examinations were performed. Sudden decreased in milk yield was very common history in all disorders. In studied cases, 55.14% of buffaloes were non pregnant and 44.86% in different stages of pregnancy. Fever was recorded only in buffaloes affected with traumatic pericarditis (100%) and traumatic reticulo-peritonitis (88.89%). Most of the buffaloes (54.20%) showed mild to severe abdominal pain. Mild, persistent and recurrent tympany was observed in 39.25%, 25.23% and 16.82% buffaloes affected with various fore-stomach disorders.