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Radiographic estimation of pregnancy in goats

Radiographic estimation of pregnancy in goats

Zuchthygiene 23(1): 38-42

15 goats in 2 groups were X-rayed at weekly intervals from 1 month after mating until pregnancy was diagnosed, and at 2 wk-intervals from that time until 20 wk of gestation.

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DOI: 10.1111/j.1439-0531.1988.tb00982.x

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