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Articles by Azizunnesa
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  Azizunnesa , B.C. Sutradhar , M. Hasanuzzaman , M.A.K. Azad and S. Kumar
  The study was conducted at dairy and cattle improvement farm, Hathazari, Chittagong for a period of one year. A total of 82 dairy cows were selected during the period from June 03-July 04 and their information regarding milk production upto 180 days, productive and other reproductive parameters were recorded from farm record book. Average milk production (459.09 ± 138.09 liter), calving interval (634.59 ± 223.92 days), age at puberty (1205.02 ± 313.80 days), service per conception (1.88 ± 1.09), gestation length (273.08 ± 7.48 days) and birth weight of fetuses (18.78 ± 34 kg) were observed. The minimum and maximum value of these results was also observed. The highest milk production (487.54 ± 109.73 liter) was found in the cows with parity number 4-8 and the second highest (456.84 ± 169.58 liter) was found with the parity number 2 and the lowest milk production (445.79 ± 86.64 liter) was found with the parity number 3. The average production of milk was observed (473.44 ± 134.15 liter) in the cows required interval between 370-590 days and 444.74 ± 142.11 liter found in the cows required 591-1365 days. When the range of age at puberty was 1186-2270 days and 665-1185 days the average production of milk was 468.56 ± 161.92 liter and 450.50 ± 113.56 liter was observed, respectively. Comparatively more milk production was found (461.52 ± 151.89 liter) in cows required less number of services per conception was 1-2 than the cows required more number of services per conception was 3-6 and their milk production was 452.84 ± 96.60 liter. There was no any significance difference of production of milk among the different variables.
  M. A. Azad , M. Hasanuzzaman , Azizunnesa , G. C. Shil and M. A. Barik
  The present research work was undertaken to identify the quantitative and qualitative trends of milk production of Baghabarighat Milk Shed Area of Milk Vita throughout the year from January, 2001 to December, 2005. It was observed that milk production trend of BMSA statistically significant (P<0.05) between different months or season of each year during the said period, and the average values of milk production of different years (2001-2005) were also statistically significant (P<0.05). It was also found that milk production of BMSA was 53.29 TL/day. From the study it was also revealed that the highest milk production was in February (10.01%) and lowest in September (6.46%) and milk production gradually increased from September to February which was indicated a specific milk production trend throughout the year. Fat and SNF production was little highest in December to April.
 
 
 
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