Artificial insemination in poultry Technical Articles

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Article published the November 3, 2022:

Seminal plasma amino acid profile in different breeds of chicken: Role of seminal plasma on sperm cryoresistance

IntroductionThe influence of seminal plasma on sperm storage may vary among species. Its removal is recommended in the majority of semen cryopreservation protocols of species such as caprine in order to ensure ...
Author/s :
Julian Santiago Moreno
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Article published the April 26, 2021:

Effect of Different Dilution Rates on Fertility of Chicken Spermatozoa and its Storage

I. INTRODUCTION Using AI, the services of a single superior male can be extended to a large number (more than 250) of females instead of 8 hens (natural mating). AI in avian species expresses better fertility t...
Author/s :
Gautham KolluriJag MohanJagbir Tyagi
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Article published the April 12, 2021:

Nutritional modulation of the antioxidant capacities in poultry: the case of vitamin E

INTRODUCTIONCommercial poultry production is associated with a range of stresses, including environmental, technological (Surai and Fisinin, 2016a), nutritional, and internal/biological (Surai and Fisinin, 2016...
Author/s :
Peter Surai
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Article published the December 21, 2020:

Reproductive performance of floored and cage housed broiler breeder roosters

IntroductionReproductive efficiency of roosters and the hens they mate determines the breeding flock fertility which is as important to the entrepreneur as the egg lay is (Akhlaghi et al., 2014). Fertility is e...
Author/s :
Dr. Asad SultanDr. Ashraf Ali QureshiSarzamin Khan
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Article published the June 7, 2018:

Artificial Insemination: Troubleshooting to Improve Fertility

Artificial insemination (AI), the foundation of modern-day turkey breeding, was first developed in 1937 at the Bureau of Animal Industry (now the Agricultural Research Service, US Department of Agriculture) by ...
Author/s :
Murray R. Bakst
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Article published the February 12, 2009:

Hatchability Problems in Muscovy Duck Eggs and Artificial Insemination Process

When a problem occurs in hatchability, usually it can be categorized as a hatchery, egg handling, or breeder flock problem.If the problem has originated within the breeder flock, it is probable that it happened...
Author/s :
ibrahim ahmed
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Article published the August 16, 2007:

Control of fertility in turkeys: the impact of environment, nutrition and artificial insemination technology

The turkey industry has long taken advantage of the potential offered by artificial insemination, a strategic tool to select male and female lines, and also to optimize the production of broiler chicks. Indeed,...
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