LEVEL OF ESTROGEN HORMONE AND ESTRUS PERFORMANCE OF DIFFERENT POSTPARTUM ESTRUS OF JAWA RANDU GOAT

*A. D. Tanjung  -  Faculty of Animal and Agricultural Sciences, Diponegoro University, Indonesia
E. T. Setiatin  -  Faculty of Animal and Agricultural Sciences, Diponegoro University, Indonesia
D. Samsudewa  -  Faculty of Animal and Agricultural Sciences, Diponegoro University, Indonesia
Published: 1 Jun 2015.
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The purpose of this research was to determine the reproductive quality of normal compared withabnormal postpartum estrus (PPE) of Jawa Randu Goats (n = 16 goats) on estrogen hormon level andestrus profile. Total samples were 16 Jawa Randu goats. The data were analyzed descriptively and nonparametric data were analyzed using Mann Whitney U-test of Statistical Package for the Social science(SPSS) 16. Descriptive statistics was used on estrogen hormone and resulting that normal postpartumestrus (PPE) Jawa Randu Goats had a better level (133.8; 141.5; 155.6; 162.25; 167.75 pg/mL)compared with abnormal postpartum estrus of Jawa Randu Goat (109.9; 111.35; 101.2; 132.2; 142.45pg/mL). Mann Whitney U-test used for the abundance of cervical mucus and ferning showed nonsignificantly different of postpartum estrus between both groups. Jawa Randu goats with normal PPEhad a higher estrogen level than abnormal PPE goats. However, for the abundance and ferning ofcervical mucus, between the two groups of goats was not different.
Keywords: Jawa Randu goat; postpartum estrus; estrogen; cervical mucus; ferning

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