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Reproductive efficiency of dairy cows is influenced by different factors including gene, season, age, production system, nutrition, management, environment and disease. This study was conducted with the objectives of determining the prevalence of reproductive disorders and evaluates reproductive...

Author(s)
Tamirat Siyoum; Aster Yohannes; Yosef Shiferaw; Zerihun Asefa; Melese Eshete
Publisher
Ethiopian Veterinary Association, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
Citation
Ethiopian Veterinary Journal, 2016, 20, 1, pp 91-103
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Abortion losses were evaluated for three consecutive years in a beef cattle herd, free of brucellosis and tuberculosis, with venereal diseases control and preventive plan vaccination against bacterial and viral reproductive agents. In April pregnancy percentage was determinate and the whole herd...

Author(s)
Abdala, A. A.; Maciel, M. G.; Salado, E.; Aleman, R.; Scandolo, D.
Publisher
Asociación Argentina de Producción Animal, Balcarce, Argentina
Citation
Revista Argentina de Producción Animal, 2013, 33, 2, pp 109-115
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Author(s)
Ruest, N.
Publisher
Producteur de Lait Québécois, Longueuil, Canada
Citation
Producteur de Lait Québécois, 2012, 32, 9, pp 54-57
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Author(s)
Corbeil, L. B.; BonDurant, R. H.
Publisher
W.B. Saunders, Philadelphia, USA
Citation
Veterinary Clinics of North America, Food Animal Practice, 2001, 17, 3, pp 567-583
Abstract

While there is sometimes a feeling of hopelessness when we are asked to solve a herd problem involving "occult" loss of pregnancies, there are a few things we as veterinarians can do to reduce the risk of embryonic and fetal losses. For many infectious causes of pregnancy attrition, there are...

Author(s)
BonDurant, R. H.
Publisher
American Association of Bovine Practitioners, Stillwater, USA
Citation
Proceedings of the Thirty-Seventh Annual Conference, American Association of Bovine Practitioners, Fort Worth, Texas, USA, 23-25 September, 2004, 2004, pp 97-111
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Author(s)
De, B. N.
Citation
Indian Journal of Animal Reproduction, 1997, 18, 2, pp 88-91
Abstract

Embryonic and fetal mortality significantly affect reproductive indices in bovine herds. Most of the embryonic losses occur during the first days after fertilization and during implantation of the embryo. ∼70% of embryonic losses are attributable to non-infectious causes, such as chromosomal...

Author(s)
Pituco, E. M.; Fava, C. del
Publisher
Colégio Brasileiro de Reprodução Animal, Belo Horizonte, Brazil
Citation
Revista Brasileira de Reprodução Animal, 2003, 27, 2, pp 68-75
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Author(s)
Tainturier, D.; Fieni, F.; Bruyas, J. F.; Battut, I.
Citation
Point Vétérinaire, 1997, 28, 183, pp 1239-1243
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In the Velikoturnovo region of Bulgaria, 4.24% of 41 482 pregnant cows and 1% of 12 769 pregnant heifers aborted on 45 farms during three years. Bacteriological, mycological and serological examination of 394 aborted fetuses and 583 blood samples yielded Campylobacter fetus in 21%, Leptospira...

Author(s)
Radoslavov, V.; Pushkarov, S.
Citation
Veterinarna Sbirka, 1985, 83, 5, pp 10-12
Abstract

Tests on 377 blood samples from cows of 12 farms were positive for brucellosis in 8.8% and leptospirosis in 30%. Tests for trichomoniasis and intradermal tuberculin testing were negative.

Author(s)
Dória, J. D.; Aquino Viegas, S. A. R. de; Aquino Viegas, E. de; Virgens, N. C. das; Santos, N. M.
Citation
Arquivos da Escola de Medicina Veterinaria da Universidade Federal da Bahia, 1982, 7, 1, pp 97-104

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