5 edition of Factors influencing fertility in the postpartum cow found in the catalog.
by Martinus Nijhoff for The Commission of the European Commission of the European Communities, Distributors for the U.S. and Canada, Kluwer Boston in The Hague, Boston, Hingham, MA
Written in English
|Other titles||Postpartum cow.|
|Statement||sponsored by The Commission of the European Communities (CEC), Directorate-General for Agriculture, Coordination of Agricultural Research ; edited by H. Karg and E. Schallenberger.|
|Series||Current topics in veterinary medicine and animal science ;, v. 20|
|Contributions||Karg, H., Schallenberger, E., Commission of the European Communities. Coordination of Agricultural Research.|
|LC Classifications||SF768.2.C3 F3 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 585 p. :|
|Number of Pages||585|
|LC Control Number||82012510|
If a shorter calving interval is desired to move the cow up in the calving cycle, she must have a postpartum interval of less than days. Several factors can influence the length of the postpartum anestrous period, including uterine involution, . Records from the Jersey and Friesian X Jersey herd at Ruakura were examined from onwards. The breeding programme began each year on 1 Oct., and continued for wk. The percentage of cows not pregnant (empty rate) among Jerseys averaged vs. for crossbreds. Age of cow and season affected fertility. The interval from calving to 1st oestrus averaged 47 () days in mature Cited by:
Factors affecting the occurrence of postpartum prolonged luteal activity in clinically healthy high-producing dairy cows. Theriogenology, Vol. 77, Issue. 2, p. Nutritional sub-fertility in the dairy cow: towards improved reproductive management through a better biological understanding. repeat breeding and factors influencing Cited by: involution and postpartum fertility. 2. Materials and Methods Selection of Animals The study was carried out at University Farm during November to May on 20 advanced pregnant HF crossbred cows of 2nd to 4th parity and of nearly identical body size from two weeks prepartum to 8 weeks : V K Theodore, M T Panchal, A J Dhami, K K Hadiya, S V Shah, K V Buhecha.
Prenatal development (from Latin natalis, meaning 'relating to birth') includes the development of the embryo and of the fetus during a viviparous animal's al development starts with fertilization, in the germinal stage of embryonic development, and continues in fetal development until birth.. In human pregnancy, prenatal development is also called antenatal development. Some extrinsic factors influencing the presence of skilled attendance include: socio-demographic (age, education, residential area) and economic status. 31% of those who had unskilled attendance had no antenatal visit or care. Luckily, the lack of people in the birthing room means there is a dark, calm atmosphere for the baby to come into.
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Due to COVID, orders may be : Get this from a library. Factors influencing fertility in the postpartum cow: a seminar in the CEC programme of coordination of research on beef production held at Freising, September October 2, [H Karg; E Schallenberger; Commission of the European Communities.
Coordination of. Various factors influencing reproduction of Holstein cows were evaluated. Sources of variation of several measures were estrous certainty, time of day of detected estrus and insemination, method of thawing semen, ease of cervix penetration, presence of clear mucus at insemination, service number, service sire, inseminator, age of cow, maximum ambient temperature on the service date, and Cited by: The percentages of animals denoted high fertility cows were, and for activity at estrus increase classes 1, 2 and 3, respectively.
By evaluating the effects of management and production factors on high fertility, we were able to confirm, as done previously, that lactation is a risk factor related to high fertility. Thus, a 1 Cited by: Factors affecting fertility in the postpartum cow: role of the oocyte and follicle in conception rate.
Breuel KF(1), Lewis PE, Schrick FN, Lishman AW, Inskeep EK, Butcher RL. Author information: (1)Division of Animal and Veterinary Science, West Virginia University, Morgantown Cited by: Buy Factors Influencing Fertility in the Post-Partum Cow (Current Topics in Veterinary Medicine) by Karg, H., Schallenberger, E.
(ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Hardcover. Perspective on Physiological/Endocrine and Nutritional Factors Influencing Fertility in Post‐partum Dairy Cows Article in Reproduction in Domestic Animals 45(s3):2 - 14 September with Factors affecting reproductive performance of dairy cows first inseminated after five weeks postpartum.
Stevenson JS, Schmidt MK, Call EP. Various factors influencing Cited by: Factors affecting ovulation within three weeks postpartum in dairy cows. Fertility was consistently lower under all temperature changes when maximum temperatures on the day of breeding were.
Factors that affect fertility during oestrous cycle with short or normal luteal phase in postpartum cows. Journal of Reproduction and Fertility, 49, – PubMed Google Scholar Lucy, M.C., Cited by: 8.
Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): g (external link)Author: P. Guay. If a shorter calving interval is desired to move the cow up in the calving cycle, she must have a postpartum interval of less than 80‐85 days.
Several factors can influence the length of the postpartum anestrous period, including uterine invo‐ lution, short. 0’Farrell, K.J. Effects of management factors on the reproductive performance of the postpartum dairy cow.
In: Factors influencing fertility in the postpartum cow. CEC-Seminar Eds. Karg and E. Schallenberger, M. Nijhoff Publishers, The Hague/Boston/ London, 20 (Current topics in vet. med. and anim. sci.), – Google ScholarAuthor: H.
Karg. factors affecting the incidence of retained placenta and its effects on postpartum reproductive performance and milk production in Friesian cows. MATERIAL AND METHODS Experimental data A total number of records ( for normally calved and for parturition accompanied by retained placenta) of dairy Friesian cows, reared in SakhaCited by: 8.
Factors affecting postpartum reproductive function Condition of the postpartum reproductive tract is related to many attributes. Various factors such as puerperal condition, parity, season of calving, age of dam, level of feeding, suckling have influence on postpartum fertility of cattle (Zain et al., ).
Parity. Cow requirements fluctuate throughout their production cycle. For instance, a kg cow, pregnant, and 8 months postpartum requires Mcal/kg of metabolizable energy (ME) and % CP on a dry matter (DM) basis; whereas during peak lactation, the same cow will require Mcal/kg of ME and % CP on a DM basis .Cited by: 1.
In this study, we considered breed, age parity, body condition, cow in milk or dry, feeding category and open period as a probable influencing factor for pregnancy. Depending on the relative quantitative contribution of these factors on fertility, some suggestions regarding fertility improvement of cow in the AI services were implied.
Specialist vets and consultants who advise on farm animal fertility and breeding programmes will find this comprehensive manual especially valuable. Breeding and genetic technology research workers will also find the book to be full of very helpful advice, information and key research literature references.
Factors influencing Fertility in the Postpartum Cow Current Topics in Veterinary Medicine and Animal Science. Vol. Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, The Hague; pp. 67– Smith BP. Large Animal Internal Medicine.
Mosby -Year Book, Inc. Fertility (calving) rates The commonest estimate of fertility rate is the percentage of mated or inseminated cows that become pregnant (pregnancy rate) or finally calve (calving rate). However, fertility can also be expressed in other ways.
For example, Plasse et al () referred to two measures of fertility: a general fertility rate, whichAuthor: Nematollah Dayyani, Keyvan Karkudi, Hasan Bakhtiari.Online shopping for Bovine Medicine from a great selection at Books Store.
Factors Influencing Fertility in the Postpartum Cow (Current Topics in Veterinary Medicine and Animal Science) Aug 31 Book Series. Cambridge Studies in the History of Medicine.4/5.If a shorter calving interval is desired to move the cow up in the calving cycle, she must have a postpartum interval of less than days.
Several factors can influence the length of the postpartum anestrous period, including uterine involution, short cycling, suckling effects, and nutritional status.