Indian Journal of Animal Research

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Indian Journal of Animal Research, volume 48 issue 2 (april 2014) : 194-197


S.C. Jingar*, R.K. Mehla, Mahendra Singh, Ajesh Kumar, S.C. Kantwa, Navav Singh
1Livestock Production Management National Dairy Research Institute, Karnal- 132 001 India
Cite article:- Jingar* S.C., Mehla R.K., Singh Mahendra, Kumar Ajesh, Kantwa S.C., Singh Navav (2023). COMPARATIVE STUDY ON THE INCIDENCE OF MASTITIS DURING DIFFERENT PARITIES IN COWS AND BUFFALOES. Indian Journal of Animal Research. 48(2): 194-197. doi: 10.5958/j.0976-0555.48.2.040.
The data was collected for the twelve years period to find out the effect of parity and breed on incidence of mastitis. The parity number significantly influenced mastitis incidence in indigenous (Pty number. Incidence of mastitis was also influenced by breed and was maximum in crossbred cows in comparison to indigenous cows and Murrah buffaloes. It was concluded that increase in parity result in increased incidence of mastitis in cows and buffaloes and the differential incidence was due to breed effect in the same parity.
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