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Comparative efficiency of PGF2 alpha administration through different routes in subestrus buffaloes during summer season

Comparative efficiency of PGF2 alpha administration through different routes in subestrus buffaloes during summer season

Indian Veterinary Journal 76(2): 128-130

The use of reduced doses of PGF2 alpha in subestrus Murrah buffaloes during summer season gave encouraging results. Best estrus response of 92.86% was obtained when the drug was adminstered through the intravulvosubmucosal route However, there was no significant difference in the estrus response when compared to intrauterine and intramuscular treatment groups. In all 67.85% subestrus animals became pregnant during the summer season due to the treatment. The better conception rate of 75% was obtained by naturally service as compared to the 21.43% by fixed time inseminations.

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