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fibstetnlcs Prt:lblems in Goats


V. Mehta, D. Nagar, R.C. Yadav, N. Garg and G.N. Purohit
College of Veterinary an,l Animal Science
Bikaner, 334 001 (Rajasthan)
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Cfinical cases presented to the outdoor were scrutinized for a period of one year. Oiit ofiio,
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nases the incidence of dystocia, cerivico Vaginal Prolapse, Uterine prolapserpsuedo pregnancy,
Uterine rupture, was 8.230lo ,4.11o/o and 1.60%, respectively. In cases brdughtwitnin lZ hours
of 2nd Stage of labour manual delivery with obstetrical instr:uments and forced glctriction, i

could deliver all the foetuses except. One foetus, which was emphysematous, whpreas in i
cases brought atter 12-24 hours of 2nd stage of caesarean section was performdd using
paramedian approach. After dellveff of one or more foetuses the uterus coulcl be easif bxpbred',i
with hand for any more foetus, Abcominal ballottement, however, can cause eondusion irt .l I
{ some cases with foreign bodies, and should be useid carefully. Uterine rupturos with eversion i i
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/ prolapse of intestine through vagina were treated by laparotomy and prolapsed uterl lould
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Karakul breed of sheep originated in Oentral ',Vest Asia, famous for pelt production was first
introduce in lndia in the year 1975. Tfret initial aim was to study its adaptability and prdduction. ,

ability in both arid (liikaner in Ralasth:rn) end ccicj ernd (Kum-iratnang inJamiliu anii F(ashmiri--
region of ihe country .The present inv'estigation was under taken to evaluat6'the surVivabilig i
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of this breed under hot arid agro climatic conditionsr of i ;

Thedataon1404|ambsofbothseXesspreadoVeraperiodof12years|rom1977io19s8
collected in the research project, locateC atCentralsheep and Reseirch Institute, Arid Region
Campus, Bikaner were analysed. Lamb survivability was calculated in terms of percent numbsr
pf lamb survive out of total number of lamb born during 0-3, 3-6, 6-9 and g- 12 months of age. :

The lambs sacrificed for pelt production were excluded from the present investigation, The
percent survivability was transformed to arcsine to estimate the influence of variiuslfactors ,
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throi.rgh LSMLMW (Harvey, 1992).The arcsine means were re-trinsformed to origindf scale.,
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The overall lamb survivability was 59.8r] * 1.6(i% from birtfr to 3 months, 63.58 *,1.55'6/o tram
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3 to 6,63.44 t 2.A7% from 6 to 9 and 62.24 1.94 o/o 9 to 12 mohths of age. The.results
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