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Abstract

EVALUATION OF SOME BIOCHEMICAL PARAMETERS IN DAIRY CATTLE IN BAHRI LOCALITY, SUDAN

Mahmoud E. M. Elfateh, ElHag Y. Ibrahim and El Ayis A. Abubaker*

ABSTRACT

Metabolic profile can be used by the farmer with the help of veterinarian to assess the condition of a specific cow in order to see if she is suffering from any metabolic diseases. The proper and good management of pregnant dairy cows with effective Treatment are important in controlling and prevention of metabolic diseases. In this study a total number of 60 Blood samples were collected from empty and pregnant dairy cows at (1st trimester, 2nd trimester and 3rd trimester). The aim of this study to evaluate some biochemical parameters in dairy cows in north Khartoum locality and to prevent pregnant dairy cows from metabolic diseases. The study was conducted in the period from February 2018 to August 2018 in Bahri locality, Khartoum state, Sudan. Sera were separated from blood sample by using centrifuge. They were measured, Total protein, Albumin, Globulin and minerals (Calcium, Potassium, Sodium, Magnesium, Phosphorus). In the present study biochemical result of parameters revealed that, there was increase in total protein and globulin levels in empty and pregnant dairy cows. Albumin levels were normal in empty and pregnant dairy cows. calcium, potassium, and sodium levels were normal in both empty and pregnant dairy cows. Magnesium and phosphorus levels were normal in empty and pregnant dairy cows. we can conclude that there was no evidence of presence of metabolic diseases in north Khartoum locality.

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