New Techniques in Sheep Production by I.Fayez Marai, John B. Owen

By I.Fayez Marai, John B. Owen

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The doses of PMSG used were 250, 500, 750 and 1000 IU in experiment 4, and 500 and 750 IU in experiment 5. Half of the ewes at each dose of PMSG were immunized with Fecundin 15 and 43 days prior to sponge removal in experiment 4 and 23 and 51 days in experiment 5. Following removal of sponges and PMSG injection the ewes were mated using an intensive mating system, which facilitated the precise detection of oestrus and provided optimal conditions for fertilization (Robinson, Smith and Scaramuzzi, 1987).

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