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Using CIDR-type B and PMSG to treat anoestrum in New Zealand dairy cows



Using CIDR-type B and PMSG to treat anoestrum in New Zealand dairy cows



11th International Congress on Animal Reproduction and Artificial Insemination, University College Dublin, Ireland, June 26-30-1988 Volume 4 Brief communications (Paper 442): 3



88 anoestrous cows in 3 herds were treated with a controlled internal drug releaser (CIDR) containing 1.9 g progesterone for 7 days plus an injection of 400 or 800 IU PMSG on CIDR withdrawal, or were untreated controls.

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