alexa Comparison Of Metabolic Profile In Brown Swiss Cows That Bearing Male And Female Calf In Periparturient Period
ISSN: 2157-7579

Journal of Veterinary Science & Technology
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6th Global Veterinary Summit
November 14-16, 2016 Atlanta, USA

Emrah Hicazi Aksu, Ali Dogan Omur, Fatih Mehmet Kandemir and Akin Kirbas
Ataturk University, Turkey
Posters & Accepted Abstracts: J Vet Sci Technol
DOI: 10.4172/2157-7579.C1.022
This study aimed to investigate trace element levels, metabolic and hormone profiles of male calf bearing (MCB) and female calf bearing (FCB) cows in periparturient period. In the present study, 20 Brown Swiss (4-5 years old and 500-550 kg weighing) cow was used as animal material. Blood samples were collected on prepartum 21th day. According to birth records samples were classified as MCB (n=11) and FCB (n=9). 9 of the cows were selected as the control group (C) and after 21 days from the births blood samples were collected. Biochemical analyses (glucose, urea, cholesterol, creatine, Ca, Cl, Na, P, K, Fe, Mg, FSH, LH and progesterone) of the samples were done. Our findings showed that glucose, Na, Cl, and progesterone levels in both pregnancy groups were significantly higher than the control group. Alternatively, cholesterol levels of the both pregnancy groups were significantly lower when compared to the C group. Urea level in MCB group was significantly higher than in both FCB and C group. Ca levels in MCB group were similar with FCB group but higher than the C group. On the other hand, there were no any differences among the all groups for creatine, K, P, Mg, Fe, FSH and LH levels.

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