A Holstein Friesian crossbred cow calved two times was brought with the history of infertility. Examination showed a unilateral Bartholinís gland cyst on the left side of the vagina. The cyst was punctured, drained, and washed with antiseptic solution. The base of the cyst was incised and the vaginal wall was sutured with catgut No.2. The microbiological examination of the cyst was negative for active organisms. Cystic bartholins gland is more common in cows which are aged or had history of dystocia with necrotic vulvo-vaginitis, no such cause was found in this case.
Cow, Bartholinís gland, Cyst, Vaginal Wall