Effect of prepartum concentrate supplementation on blood biochemical profiles of pregnant Ganjam goat

DOI: 10.5958/0976-0555.2015.00153.3    | Article Id: B-2677 | Page : 487-490
Citation :- Effect of prepartum concentrate supplementation on blood biochemical profiles of pregnant Ganjam goat.Indian Journal Of Animal Research.2015.(49):487-490
S. Sahu, L.K. Babu, D.K. Karna, K.Behera, S. Kanungo, R Kamal and D. Upadhyay subhasishsahu72@gmail.com
Address : College of Veterinary Science. & A.H., Orissa University of Agriculture University, Bhubaneswar-751 003, India.

Abstract

45 pregnant Ganjam does were randomly distributed into three treatment groups (T1, T2, T3), 15 in each for evaluating the effect of concentrate supplementation 2 months before expected date of kidding on their haematobiochemical profiles. All the does were maintained on browsing besides additional concentrate supplementation @ 200 g /day and @ 300 g/day in T2 and T3 respectively. Blood samples were collected at the beginning and 60th day of experiment for analysis of hemoglobin, serum glucose, urea, total protein, albumin, globulin and A/G. Significant differences (Pevel in does after compensating the energy needs of growing foetus.

Keywords

Blood profile Concentrate Ganjam goat Prepartum.

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