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Nutrition and reproductive performance of dairy cattle. 1. The effect of level of feeding in late pregnancy and around the time of insemination on the reproductive performance of first lactation dairy heifers



Nutrition and reproductive performance of dairy cattle. 1. The effect of level of feeding in late pregnancy and around the time of insemination on the reproductive performance of first lactation dairy heifers



Animal Production 41(1): 1-12



The 100 first-lactation British Friesian heifers used in the experiment were housed throughout in cubicle yards, and all individuals were given controlled amounts of feed. 50 heifers were offered a 'high' level of feeding for 10 wk before calving and 50 were offered a 'low' level.

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DOI: 10.1017/s0003356100017499


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