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Increase of prolificacy in sheep immunized against androstenedione






Follicular growth and ovulation rate in farm animals A seminar in the CEC Programme of Coordination of Research in Animal Husbandry, held in Dublin, Ireland, on October 30-31, 1985: 129-133

Increase of prolificacy in sheep immunized against androstenedione

This discussion indicates that long lambing intervals and low ovulation rates are the 2 major factors which limit the fecundity of sheep flocks in Europe. To overcome these problems, a number of nutritional, genetic and physiological methods have been tried.


Accession: 001615188



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