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Effect of different treatments for timed artificial insemination on the reproductive efficiency in lactating beef cows



Effect of different treatments for timed artificial insemination on the reproductive efficiency in lactating beef cows



Revista Brasileira de Reproducao Animal 26(3): 218-221



The aim of this trial was to verify the efficacy of 3 different timed artificial insemination (TAI) procedures during the breeding season of lactating beef cows. Brangus cows (n=397; at 69.7+or-22.10 d postpartum), maintained at Sao Paulo, Brazil, were randomly assigned to 4 different homogenous groups.

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