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ROLE OF OXYTOCIN AND/OR PGF2 . ON BREEDING EFFICIENCY IN BUFFALOES

Y . R . M . EL-BAGHDADY, EL-S . M . FA'I'1'OUH : K . 1. EL-EKHNA1ti'Y *, M . M . AYOUB and L . H . BEDEIR* Theriogenology Department, Faculty

of Veterinary Medicine, Cairo University, Giza 12217, Eg ypt

SUMMARY A study was conducted on 40 buffalo-cows, assigned randomly, immediately after calving into three groups : group I (n=10) injected with saline and taken as control ; group 11 (n=15) received 25 mg PGF2,,,/"animal (Lutalyse) ; group III (n=15) received 25 mg PGF 20 +25 i .u . oxytocin/animal (Syntocinon), single i .m . dose . Oxytocin and/or PGF 2 „ significantly (P

or PGF2 alpha on breeding efficiency in buffaloes.

A study was conducted on 40 buffalo-cows, assigned randomly, immediately after calving into three groups: group I (n = 10) injected with saline and ta...
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