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Control of ovarian function in the Angora goat during the transition period from anestrus to estrus. Artificial insemination and fertility control



Control of ovarian function in the Angora goat during the transition period from anestrus to estrus. Artificial insemination and fertility control



Doga, Veterinerlik ve Hayvanclk 11(2): 155-162



In mid-Oct., shortly before the beginning of the mating season, Angora adult goats (10 per group) were (1) given an intravaginal sponge impregnated with 60 mg MAP for 14 days, (2) given 2 injections of 5 mg PGF2 alpha , with an interval of 11 days between injections or (3) placed with a vasectomised for 10 days.

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