bp0005rdr3 | Overview of Ruminant Reproduction Problems | REDR2002
, Brar PS
, Prabhakar S
Buffalo are of high economic importance for farmers in several developing countries but reproductive performance is poor. A large proportion of heifers attain puberty at 35 years of age. A good quality diet supplemented with extra nutrients reduces the age of puberty whereas the effects of administration of exogenous GnRH or equine chorionic gonadotrophin (eCG) are equivocal. The incidence of anoestrus in buffalo ranges from 20 to 80% depending on season. Most buffal...