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Int. J. Livest. Res.. 2013; 3(2): 191-192


Dystocia Due to Bilateral Shoulder Flexion in a Nagaland Swamp Buffalo

PERUMAL PONRAJ, Kezhavituo Vupru, K Kobu, JK Chamuah.

Abstract
A successful correction of dystocia bilateral shoulder flexion and delivery of swamp buffalo female calf through vulvo vagina is recorded.

Key words: swamp buffalo, dystocia, calf, bilateral shoulder flexion



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