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Induction of oestrus by supplementation of deficient minerals in postpartum anoestrous crossbred cows



Induction of oestrus by supplementation of deficient minerals in postpartum anoestrous crossbred cows



Indian Journal of Animal Reproduction 8(1): 46-49



18 anoestrous cows shown by blood analysis to be deficient in one or several of the elements iodine, copper, calcium, inorganic phosphorus and iron, received concentrates supplemented with 1 g potassium iodide, 2 g copper sulphate, 12 g calcium chloride, 12 g sodium phosphate and 2 g ferrous sulphate resp. daily until the onset of oestrus or for a maximum of 21 days. Three similar cows served as untreated controls.

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