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The fertility of hens inseminated by the tube method was consistently higher than those inseminated by the glass rod or syringe methods. The use of a common tube for all hens or a clean tube for each hen gave similar fertility, suggesting that prevention of spread of infectious organisms was not a...

Author(s)
NESTOR, K. E.; BROWN, K. I.
Citation
Poultry Science, 1968, 47, pp 717-720
Abstract

With the " Hiroshima" technique the ♀ is restrained in a special bird holder which suspends the bird so that its abdomen is fully exposed and can easily be massaged. Semen is collected in a special funnel-shaped receptacle which is attached over the vent. There are photographs of the apparatus, and ...

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YAMANE, J.; TSUKUNAGA, S.; TAKAHASHI, T.
Citation
Journal of the Faculty of Fisheries and Animal Husbandry, Hiroshima University, 1966, 6, pp 395-429
Abstract

12 quail hens were inseminated with 0.0O5 ml. quail semen and 52 with 0.02 ml. Brown Leghorn semen, using a modification of the intra-uterine method of Ogasawara and Huang [see A.B.A., 32, No. 2494]. The oviduct was everted until the egg shell was visible; the tip of the inseminating cannula was...

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McFARQUHAR, A. M.; LAKE, P. E.
Citation
Journal of Reproduction and Fertility, 1964, 8, pp 261-263
Abstract

The increase in egg fertility that can be brought about by means of A.I. varies with different birds, but may be considerable. Artificial insemination can be used either alone or in combination with natural mating. In the latter case, the toms are removed from the hens for a few days at the...

Author(s)
COOPER, D. M.
Citation
Tijdschrift voor Diergeneeskunde, 1958, 83, pp 944-952
Abstract

The technique involved was essentially that of Quinn and Burrows [see A. B. A., 4: 351], only it was adapted to allow hens to be inseminated without removal from their cages. When the new method was used on hens of IOW or intermediate fertility, better results were obtained than with the old...

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MOULTRIE, F.
Citation
Poultry Science, 1956, 35, pp 1230-1234
Abstract

A method is described for the collection of semen and the artificial insemination of domestic poultry. The method of collection is substantially that described by BURROWS & QUINN (1937) and the insemination of the hen is carried out by injecting the semen directly into the oviduct. Over a period of ...

Author(s)
BLACK, D. J.; SCORGE, N. J.
Citation
Veterinary Journal, 1942, 98, pp 108-114
Abstract

The apparatus used in the collection of semen and in the insemination of turkey hens is described and illustrated by diagrams. Ejaculation is brought about by the difference between the pressure within the apparatus and that within the seminal vesicles of the turkey caused by squeezing and then...

Author(s)
KOSINSKI, S.
Citation
Medycyna weterynaryjna, 1955, 11, pp 682-684
Abstract

OVER a period of approximately 1 mth. 39 R.I.R. yearling hens, never previously mated or run with a cock, were inseminated at varying intervals with 0.1 cm.3 of diluted semen (=0.05 cm.3 undiluted) from a 3-yr.-old R.I.R. cock known to have given good results both as regards fertility and the...

Author(s)
BLACK, D. J.; SCORGIE, N. J.
Citation
Veterinary Journal, 1942, 98, pp 108-114
Abstract

ABBOTT, U. K. Selection for feather number in scale-less chickens: 1347.
ADAMS, A. W., KAHRS, A. J., and CARLSON, C. W. Relationship of several factors to the incidence of breast blisters in large type male market turkeys: 1347-1348.
ARSCOTT, G. H., PARKER, J. E., and DICKINSON, E. M. Effect of...

Citation
Poultry Science, 1965, 44, pp 1347-1429
Abstract

THE method of artificial insemination with mixed semen from several ♂♂ is considered expedient for achieving improvement of egg production by heterosis, as it ensures a constancy of the genetic constitution of those populations within pure breeds which have proved suitable for such improvement....

Author(s)
BONNIER, G.; TRULSSON, S.
Citation
Nord. Fjaderfatidskr., 1938, 1, pp 1-8

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