Care of pregnant cattle Metoestrus Bleeding (post Oestrus Bleeding) Metrites Cervix and uterus have enlarged Animal is in Oestrum Animal has come in heat Animal showing frequent Oestrum(Cysiic Ovaries Animal not coming to heat Retention of placenta in cattle and buffaloes Abortion in cattle and buffaloes Prolapse of vagina,Cervix & Eversion of Uterus in Bovines Pregnancy diagnosis
Care of cow at calving
Manageental measures of pregnant cattle
.The Cyst or cysts may be 3 types
2. Luteal cyst may be one or few
3. Lutenized cyst or cystic corpus luteum
2. Due to absence of C.L
2. injecting 20 mg of Sodium selenite in 10 ml of groundnut oil along with 500 mg of Vitamin E (Tocopherols) intramuscularly 20 days prior to the day of calving
3. Shifting animals 5 to 10 days to disinfected or non infected shall or to grazing fields (the stalls should not contain saw dust or paddy husk as bedding but paddy straw of jungle grass or un chaffed waste fodder can be used as bedding)
4. Giving daily about 2km of walking as exercise or allow the animal to move freely in an open space for about an hour.
5. Feeding mineral mixture containing Iodine, sodium selenite and in addition feed vitamin A (green grass) and vitamin E (germinated grams)
6. Injecting 100 ml of 20% glucose intravenously daily for 3 days along with calcium as injection, soon after calving.
7. Injecting 3 to 4 mg of ergonobine / intramuscularly soon after calving.
Contraindications of manual removal of placenta
When placenta can be removed manually
Advise to owners
Prevention of abortions
The owner should do the following in case of prepartum prolapsed
Line of Treatment
Cattle and Buffaloes
Physical & Behavioural changes