Artificial Insemination in Dairy Cattle

Forum: Artificial Insemination in Dairy Cattle

Published on: 02/06/2008
Author/s : D. W. Webb - Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida
Artificial insemination (AI) is a process by which sperm are collected from the male, processed, stored and artificially introduced into the female reproductive tract for the purpose of conception. AI has become one of the most important techniques ever devised for the genetic improvement of farm animals. It has been most widely used for breeding dairy cattle and has made bulls of high genetic mer...
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Tamas Csaki Dvm Tamas Csaki Dvm
Veterinary doctor
February 6, 2008

Interesting article about Artificial Insemination in Dairy Cattle. I am dealing with embryo transfer since about 20 years. I have experienced better transferable embryo rate since I had have used deep uterus horn insemination technic. Since then I always insert the catheter as deep as possible without damaging the internal mucosa of the uterus horns, in my daily AI practice too, and the pregnancy rate is acceptable

July 21, 2022
It is important dairy technology, which change easily adoptable.
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