Dairy Reproductive Using Artificial Insemination

Forum: Dairy Reproductive Management Using Artificial Insemination

Published on: 09/11/2012
Author/s : Dr. Michael Looper (University of Arkansas)
Introduction Reproductive efficiency of the dairy herd is important to the economic success of the dairy operation. One of the most important reproductive technologies implemented by the dairy industry is artificial insemination (AI). Artificial insemination reduces the incidence of sexually transmitted diseases among cattle as well as increases the use of genetically superior sires to improve per...
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September 11, 2012

Good article about Dairy Reproductive Management Using Artificial Insemination. How we can increase conception rate from 51.1?

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Teshome Gedefa Teshome Gedefa
Specialist
September 12, 2012

Good article about Dairy Reproductive Management Using Artificial Insemination. However, most of the time AI inseminated cows deliver more male calves than female calves. Why this happen and how we can improve it? Update your references

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Hailu Mazengia Yimam Hailu Mazengia Yimam
Associate Professor of Veterinary Pathology
September 12, 2012

Very good article about Dairy Reproductive Management Using Artificial Insemination!! The author should also include how to improve the conception rate using some technologies on identification cows at estrus under small holder farming system in rural Africa!

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Muhammad Iqbal Sabir Muhammad Iqbal Sabir
Animal Nutritionist
October 16, 2012
Sir,pl, if possible explain the complete procedure with pictures & diagrams particularity the cutting of semen straw & its insertion in to AI gun, along with Pregnancy Diagnoses
Thanks,
Regards
M IQBAL SABIR
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January 30, 2013

Dear sir,

We are observing prolonged heat in some of the cross bred HF X Sahiwal or HFx Gir animals. Can you suggest how to manage in such cases? Sometimes we rare observing estrus up to 3 days.
Thankyou, Dr. G.B.Haranath

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Dr Loohith R.R. Dr Loohith R.R.
Veterinary Doctor
February 1, 2013

Dr.Looper if the life span of sperm is 24 hrs and if AI is done after 4 hrs after onset of estrus and ovulation at 32 hrs after onset of estrus, then how conception is possible?

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Dibyendu Biswas Dibyendu Biswas
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine
February 19, 2013

Maybe  the time is wrong in this article.

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Dibyendu Biswas Dibyendu Biswas
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine
February 19, 2013
I think the oculation time was wrong in this paper
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