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Reproductive Potentials of Gayal (Bos frontalis) under Semi-intensive Management
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Reproductive Potentials of Gayal (Bos frontalis) under Semi-intensive Management
Giasuddin, M.; Huque, K.S.; Alam, J.;
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 Abstract
The assessment of reproductive potentials of female gayal under semi-intensive management was conducted with 18 animals in Bandarban hilly area of Bangladesh. Age at first estrous (days), age at first conception (days), length of estrous cycle (days), number of service per conception (natural), gestation period (days), age at first calving (days), and calving interval (natural service) (days) of gayal were , , , 1.41, , and respectively. Daily milk yield and lactation length of gayal were and . Gayal male calves had higher birth weight (19.67 kg) than female calves (15.58 kg) in first lactation. Birth weight increases in second and third lactation than first lactation in both male and female calves. Highest conception rate observed in winter season and 70.60% successful conception occur when service was given within 21-30 h of estrous. Maximum number of female gayal use to come in estrous in winter and calved in monsoon and autumn. Cervicitis and irregular heat were the most reproductive problems followed by metritis, case of abortion, anestrous and repeat breeding. From this study it was observed that the reproductive performance of gayal is very close with the domestic cattle. It may use as beef cattle for the hilly regions of Bangladesh.
 Keywords
Gayal;Reproduction;Estrous;Service and Lactati;
 Language
English
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