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Effect of the exogenous administration of steroids to sows and gilts in the first month of pregnancy on some characteristics of their litters



Effect of the exogenous administration of steroids to sows and gilts in the first month of pregnancy on some characteristics of their litters



Veterinarni Medicina 31(1): 27-36



In four trials in 444 sows and gilts, 25 mg progesterone with 12.5 micro g oestrone, or 25 mg progesterone with 1.25 micro g oestrone, or 12.5 micro g oestrone alone, given on days 16 and 17 of pregnancy, or 0.55 mg/kg progesterone with 0.275 micro g/kg oestrone was given daily over days 25-30.

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