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The effects of oestrous behaviour on response to AI in buffaloes


Anais, IX Congresso Brasileiro de Reproducao Animal, Belo Horizonte, Brazil, 22 a 26 de julho de 1991 Vol II: 358
The effects of oestrous behaviour on response to AI in buffaloes
For 70 synchronized buffaloes showing strong, moderate and weak signs of oestrus prior to insemination, the CR was 50, 58 and 57% resp., the differences between the 3 groups being non-significant.


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