Reproductive disorders adversely affect the reproductive effectiveness. Anoestrus, repeat breeding, cystic ovarian disorders have been observed as the most common reproductive problems in cattle. The present investigation was carried out in Bogra district of Bangladesh to evaluate the prevalence of reproductive diseases (RDs)in dairy cows. Out of 1500 cows, 770 clinical reproductive cases were registered from individual questionnaire in four upazilas under the district of Bogra. Genotypes of cows had significant effect (P<0.05) on most RDs. The prevalence of RDs were lower in <3 years age group except anestrus. Body weight had also significant effect (P<0.05) in all RDs. The prevalence of RDs association with body condition, educational qualification of owners of farm, farming experience, floor type had similar effects and the low incidence recorded were in poor body conditions, illiterate farmer, having no farming experience and earthen floor, respectively. Extensive housing system was lowest influences on various RDs of cows at Bogra district. It concluded that, the percentage of prevalence of RDs are higher which are hindering the development of dairy enterprises in Bangladesh.