A retrospective analysis was carried out in forty-nine numbers of Jersey crossbred cows, diagnosed with ovarian follicular cyst managed with four approaches. The first approach (n=49) to treat the follicular cyst was therapy with Inj. Buserelin acetate (20 µg; i.m.). 28 cases (57.14%) responded and ultrasonography revealed luteinisation of cyst, 42.85 per cent, 32 per cent and 25 per cent animals conceived after 1st, 2nd and 3rd AI respectively. In the second approach (n=21), the non-responded cases of first approach were administered with Inj. human chorionic gonadotropin (1500 I.U.; i.v.). Thirteen cases (61.9%) responded, 23.0, 53.8 and 23.0 per cent animals became pregnant after 1st, 2nd and 3rd AI, respectively. In third approach, eight non-responded cases (16.3%) were subjected to indigenous progesterone impregnated CIDR therapy and 75% (6/8) of cases responded successfully, out of which 83.3 and 16.6 per cent conceived with 1st and 3rd AI. Lastly two cases (4.0%) were diagnosed as non-responsive follicular cysts and were successfully treated by ultrasound guided trans-vaginal follicular cyst ablation technique. This study concludes the successful management of follicular cystic conditions with multiple approaches which can be easily adopted in the field conditions.