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Reproduction in farmed red deer. 1. Hind and stag fertility



Reproduction in farmed red deer. 1. Hind and stag fertility



Journal of Agricultural Science, 952: 261-273



The fertility of a stock of red deer kept under farming conditions on hill land over a 7-yr period was assessed. The stock consisted of 5 cohorts of hinds born in successive years from 1971 to 1975. The fertility of hinds was related to their body weight by the general relationship P = 1 -exp (-0.085(W-52)), where P is the probability that a hind will calve and W is her weight in kg at the time of the rut.

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DOI: 10.1017/s0021859600039289


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