Insemination at an appointed time after estrous synchronization in beef cattle

Citation data:

Kansas Agricultural Experiment Station Research Reports, Issue: 1, Page: 16-17

Publication Year:
1975
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Repository URL:
https://newprairiepress.org/kaesrr/vol0/iss1/1339
DOI:
10.4148/2378-5977.2742
Author(s):
Morrison, D.G.; Kiracofe, G.H.; Heersche, G. Jr.; Schalles, R.R.; McKee, M.
Publisher(s):
New Prairie Press; Kansas State University. Agricultural Experiment Station and Cooperative Extension Service
Tags:
Cattlemen's Day; 1975; Report of progress (Kansas State University. Agricultural Experiment Station); 230; Beef; Insemination; Synchronization; Conception rates; Animal Sciences; Other Animal Sciences
article description
Eighty-three cows were each treated with a nine-day Syncro-mate B ear implant and one estrogen and progesterone injection. After implant removal, cows were artificially inseminated either 48, 54 or 60 hours later or 12 hours after estrus. An additional 16 cows received no treatment and were pasture mated. First service conception rates were 26.3, 23.8, 38.1, 33.3, and 68.8% for the 48-, 54-, and 60-post implant group, 12-hour post-estrus, and naturally bred cows, respectively.