Bovine Dystocia

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Bovine Dystocia

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Methods Of Delivery Benesch

Place Traction On Legs And Head

Chains

Proper Chain Placement On Legs

Proper Snare Placement Head

Head Placement Eye Hooks

First Test of Delivery Can Head Be Brought Into Pelvis

Legs Must Be Straighten Before Head Is Brought Into Pelvis

Second Obstacle to Delivery Shoulders

Pull One Leg At A Time

Pull Legs Alternately A Few Inches At A Time

To Avoid Shoulder Block Pull One Leg Ahead of Other

Shoulder Block Results When Traction Applied To Both Legs At The Same Time

Shoulder Block

Traction To Position Head Only With Alternate Pulling of Legs

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Third Obstacle Hips

Hip Block Results From Failure To Rotate Calf During Delivery

Proper Rotation of Hips to 90 Degrees Maximizes Pelvic Space Available

If Head Is Already In The Pelvis Two Obstacles Would Be Shoulders and Hips

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Posterior Presentation

Avoid Hip Block

Repel One Hind Leg While Pulling On Other Hind Leg

Hip Block - Both Hind Legs Pulled Simultaneously

Second Method Of Delivery Posterior

Tie Pole Between Legs And Rotating Calf 90 Degrees

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Delivery By Rotating Hips

Once Hips Are In Pelvis Calf Must Be Rotated Back

Re-rotation Of Calf Permits Entry of Rib Cage

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Foal - Foot Nape Posture

Fetal Monsters What Is The Posture Upon Examination?

What Is Too Much Force Upon Delivery

Author: Animal Science 



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