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Factors affecting the evaluation of postpartum treatment of anoestrous, crossbred cows



Factors affecting the evaluation of postpartum treatment of anoestrous, crossbred cows



Revista Cientifica, Facultad de Ciencias Veterinarias, Universidad del Zulia 5(1): 47-53



113 crossbred, anoestrous cows were (1) injected with physiological solution (controls), (2) treated with an oestradiol implant, followed by 1000 IU PMSG 36 h after implant withdrawal, or (3) injected with a solution containing vitamins A, D and E and phosphorus and levamisole. Of the 46, 32 and 35 cows in the 3 groups, 43.48, 81.25 and 34.29% respectively cycled within 118 days of treatment (P<0.001), and of 11, 32 and 8 cows mated, 45.45, 28.13 and 50.0% conceived (P>0.05).

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