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Effect of exogenous testosterone on the reproductive performances in gilts and sows


Effect of exogenous testosterone on the reproductive performances in gilts and sows



Journal of Taiwan Livestock Research 36(2): 173-180



In Exp. 1, a total of 66 lactating sows were randomly assigned to 3 groups and were given 0 (vehicle, corn oil), 1 and 2 mg testosterone per animal, respectively, per day from 3 days before weaning until oestrus within 10 days after weaning. All sows were artificially inseminated twice after oestrus detection.

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