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Studies on the puerperal period in dairy herds.

, : Studies on the puerperal period in dairy herds.. Monatshefte fur Veterinarmedizin 27(Heft 13): 499-502

Uterine involution was studied in winter and spring in a dairy herd with reproductive disorders (240 animals), a dairy herd with average reproduction rate (500 animals), and a herd of 100 young cows. A total of 330 animals was examined. The results showed that even in a herd with average fertility a considerable proportion of cows with pathological conditions of the uterus or delayed involution can be found. Uterine involution was regarded as poor in a fifth of all the animals examined.


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