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Heat induction and fertility of anoestrous cows given a luteolytic agent or an irritant



Heat induction and fertility of anoestrous cows given a luteolytic agent or an irritant



Ciencia Veterinaria Jaboticabal 2(1): 7-8



Of 30 anoestrous cows given a parenteral injection of 500 mg cloprostenol, followed if necessary by a second injection after 11 days, 17 came into heat, and 9 out of 10 became pregnant.

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