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Separate grazing does not shorten the postpartum anoestrous interval in anoestrous cows



Separate grazing does not shorten the postpartum anoestrous interval in anoestrous cows



Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production 59: 55-57



Anoestrous cows were grazed separately (split group) or grazed in the main herd (control group) for 28 days, and were untreated or treated with progesterone (CIDR) and oestradiol benzoate (Cidirol) from 7 days before the planned start of mating. By 28 days after the start of treatment, oestrus had been detected in 54.7, 46.3, 93.5 and 86.8% of cows in the control, split, CIDR and split + CIDR groups respectively (P<0.05).

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