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Experience with trans-cervical transfer of cattle embryos into recipient cows

Experience with trans-cervical transfer of cattle embryos into recipient cows

Monatshefte fur Veterinarmedizin 43(16): 565-567

For 61 cows, which were the recipients of 1 embryo, the pregnancy rate was 53.7% vs. 70.9 for 24 cows receiving 2 embryos. For 14 cows, in which an embryo was transferred into the tip of the uterine horn, the pregnancy rate was 57.1% vs. 56.5 for 46 cows receiving an embryo in the centre of the uterine horn.

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