Artificial Insemination and Treatment of Infertility in Dairy Animals by Honnappagol and Tandle is a handy work of 16 well experienced faculties drawn from different departments of higher learning.
Most of them are actively engaged in under-graduate and post-graduate teaching with considerable expertise.
Adequate care has been exercised by the editors to incorporate all the aspects of artificial insemination and infertility in the chapters form 1 to 20 so that it can serve as a real guide to the students and veterinarians and in turn minimizing the possible economic losses to the dairy animal owners and dairy Industry.
Adequate care has been taken to include all spheres of infertility starting from endocrinology of estrous cycle, role of nutrition, feed formulation, breeding strategies, estrus detection aids, recent advances in reproduction controlled breeding, fertility improvement use of ultrasound and laparoscopy, therapeutic management of infertility and reproductive disease control. Practical knowledge and skill in respect of handling, storage and evaluation of frozen semen, safety handling of cryocans and liquid nitrogen, factors affecting success rate in artificial insemination programme and drugs and hormones used in treating reproductive disorders is also provided.