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Effect of progesterone administration early in the breeding season on reproductive function and infections of the uterus in mares



Effect of progesterone administration early in the breeding season on reproductive function and infections of the uterus in mares



Centaur 4(2): 75-77



Recent research by the author on the effect of progesterone treatment on LH and FSH concentrations and on uterine infections is summarised.

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