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The effect of the non-steroidal preparation Suisynchron-Premix on the reproductive function of replacement gilts in relation to phase of the oestrous cycle



The effect of the non-steroidal preparation Suisynchron-Premix on the reproductive function of replacement gilts in relation to phase of the oestrous cycle



Archiv fur Experimentelle Veterinarmedizin 31(6): 913-916



Suisynchron (methallibure) was given to 88 females from the 3rd, 11th or 16th days of the oestrous cycle (the dosage was not specified).

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