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A discussion of AI in pigs and its uses in genetic improvement, with particular reference to its use by the Meat and Livestock Commission in the UK.

Author(s)
Reed, H. C. B.
Citation
Pig Veterinary Society Proceedings, 1988, 21, pp 94-115
Abstract

A discussion.

Author(s)
Reed, H. C. B.
Publisher
Verlag Paul Parey, Berlin, Germany
Citation
Boar semen preservation II. Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Boar Semen Preservation held at Beltsville, Maryland, USA, August 1990., 1991, pp 327-329
Abstract

In the 1st of 2 experiments, 16 synchronized, culled Suffolk crossbred ewes were inseminated via the intra-uterine route (using a laparascope), with 0.04 ml diluted semen containing 2.3 × 107 motile spermatozoa being deposited in each uterine horn. The pregnancy rate at slaughter 24 days after AI...

Author(s)
Haresign, W.; Curnock, R. M.; Reed, H. C. B.
Citation
British Society of Animal Production. Winter Meeting, 17-19 March 1986, Grand Hotel, Scarborough., 1986, Paper No. 65, pp 2 pp.
Abstract

Data on AI usage and farrowing rates recorded by the UK Meat and Livestock Commission's Semen Delivery Service and Inseminator Service are reviewed. Also, some data are tabulated on the incidence of developmental defects in piglets sired by AI, based on the first 20 litters sired by each of 62...

Author(s)
Reed, H. C. B.
Publisher
Pig Veterinary Society., UK
Citation
Proceedings of the meeting and joint refresher course on pig reproduction, Aberdeen, October 1976., 1977, pp 67-75
Abstract

Bampton, P.R.; Curran, M.K.; Kempson, R.E. A preliminary study of the relationship between central testing and 'on-farm' performance testing of pigs : 97-98.Barlow, M.; Pryce-Jones, D.; Reed, H.C.B. An investigation into techniques for sheep artificial insemination in the field : 95.Cook, G.L.;...

Citation
Proceedings of the British Society of Animal Production, 1974, 3, New Series, pp 85-114
Abstract

Between 1956 and 1964, A.I. of pigs developed only slowly in the United Kingdom, and there seemed little prospect of a nation-wide conventional in-seminator service being an economic proposition. The major costs of an inseminator service are the operator's time and travelling. In June 1965,...

Author(s)
MELROSE, D. R.; REED, H. C. B.; PRATT, J. H.
Publisher
Paris,
Citation
VIe Congr. Reprod Inasem. Artif., 1968, 181,
Abstract

This is a discussion of pig AI services available in the UK. The advantages of using AI at all levels of production are listed, and the conditions which require to be maintained on a farm to ensure good fertility when using AI are outlined. Data are tabulated on a comparative assessment of 4...

Author(s)
Reed, H. C. B.
Citation
Proceedings, Pig Veterinary Society, 1976, 1, pp 67-75

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