The structure, logistics and preliminary statistics of a industry- integrated dispersed nucleus MOET/A.I. (Multiple Ovulation Embryo Transfer/ Artificial Insemination) testing scheme are reported. Response to superovulation was a mean of 7.12 + 0.56 viable embryos per flush with a mean of 71.15 + 3.55 days between flushes. Conception rates varied from .370 to .605 depending on breed and embryo form. Breed, mating sire, and E.T. personnel all had significant effects on embryo yield.
Proceedings of the World Congress on Genetics Applied to Livestock Production, Volume XIV. Dairy cattle genetics and breeding, adaptation and conservation., , 221–224, 1990
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