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Effect of the postpartum body reserve mobilization on the reproductive function in dairy cow

, : Effect of the postpartum body reserve mobilization on the reproductive function in dairy cow. Revue de Medecine Veterinaire 150(5): 441-446

The body condition score (BCS) is used to evaluate body reserves, their changes with respect to physiological stages and the energy balance of animals. The effect of body reserve mobilization after calving on the reproductive function was examined in dairy cows. The study was conducted on 216 Friesian and Holstein dairy cows, belonging to 8 farms in the Temara-Skhirat province (north-west of Morocco). BCS was measured monthly for each cow, using a 1-9 scale.


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