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Original Research Articles                      Volume : 10, Issue:1, January, 2021

PRINT ISSN : 2319-7692
Online ISSN : 2319-7706
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Editor-in-chief: Dr.M.Prakash
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Int.J.Curr.Microbiol.App.Sci.2021.10(1): 134-140

Studies on Different Temperature Humidity Index Models in Relation with Monthly Milk Yield for Phule Triveni Cattle
Swapnali Uttamrao Rokade*, Dilip Kundalik Deokar, Harshavardhan Shahaji Sonawane and GhoshitaSuryakant Hingonekar
Department of Animal Husbandry and Dairy Science, College of Agriculture Dhule, Mahatma PhuleKrishiVidyapeeth, Rahuri, India
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The data on production performance of Phule Triveni cattle maintained at Research cum Development Project on Cattle (RCDP), Mahatma PhuleKrishiVidyapeeth, Rahuri district, Ahmednagar, (M.H) were utilized for present study. The least squares means of monthly milk yield (kg) were estimated by considering the effects of period of calving, season of calving and lactation order as non-genetic factors. Then data were corrected for significant non genetic factor effect and effect of THI was estimated. The frequency distribution patterns for MMY according to THI were worked out. The overall least squares means for MMY 1 to MMY 10 are 391.69 ± 9.34 kg, 370.40 ± 9.29 kg, 333.59 ± 8.78 kg, 299.73 ± 8.37 kg, 270.54 ± 8.43 kg, 234.97 ± 7.90 kg, 165.13 ± 8.48 kg, 168.05 ± 7.49 kg, 162.12 ± 8.14 kg and 146.12 ± 7.95 kg respectively in PhuleTriveni cattle. The THI had significant influence on MMY4, MMY9 indicating that the Phule Triveni cows were acclimatized to the local climate due to optimum feeding with sound management is provided. However, the THI had non-significant influence on MMY1, MMY2, MMY3, MMY5, MMY6, MMY7, MMY8, MMY10. The overall observations reveal the result that THI3 is the most suitable model of THI for PhuleTriveni cattle.

Keywords: Temperature, Humidity index, Monthly milk yield, Phule Triveni

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Swapnali Uttamrao Rokade, Dilip Kundalik Deokar, Harshavardhan Shahaji Sonawane and Ghoshita Suryakant Hingonekar. 2021. Studies on Different Temperature Humidity Index Models in Relation with Monthly Milk Yield for Phule Triveni Cattle.Int.J.Curr.Microbiol.App.Sci. 10(1): 134-140. doi:
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