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Vol. 9, Issue 1, Part M (2024)

Efficacy evaluation of some Polyherbal uterine Ecbolics in prevention and management of retained placenta in cattle

Author(s): Brahmanand, Pratipal Singh Kaurav and Brajesh Kumar
Abstract: The present clinical trial was aimed to compare the efficacy of Exapar liquid, Exapar N liquid, Exapar premix and Exapar bolus in prevention and management of retention of placenta in cattle. The trial was conducted on 40 gravid cows approaching parturition. The Cows were divided into four groups, each consisting of ten animals. The group T1, oral administration of Exapar liquid @ 100 ml. after parturition twice on day one followed by 50 ml. two times daily for five days. Group T2 was given orally with Exapar N liquid @ 50 ml. after parturition two times on day one then 25 ml. two times daily for five days. Group T3 was given orally with Exapar premix (AV/UTP/23) @ 80 gm per day for five days. Group T4 was treated with simplified Exapar bolus (AV/UTB/16) @ 4 boli twice a day on first day followed by 2 boli twice a day for five days. The result of the above treatments, recorded as time required for expulsion of placenta, number of doses required before placental expulsion, nature of lochial discharge, appearance of first post- partum heat, conception rate at first service, number of services for conception and incidence of mastitis. Results revealed that Exapar liquid and Exapar N have superior results than Exapar premix and Exapar bolus for uterine cleansing and increasing conception rate. Hence, it can be concluded that Group T1 and Group T2 are highly efficient uterine cleansers which might helpful to decreases incidence of ROP and increase conception rate.
Pages: 951-953  |  42 Views  1 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Brahmanand, Pratipal Singh Kaurav, Brajesh Kumar. Efficacy evaluation of some Polyherbal uterine Ecbolics in prevention and management of retained placenta in cattle. Int J Vet Sci Anim Husbandry 2024;9(1):951-953.
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