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Abstract

The following study investigated whether luteal function or fertility differed when oxytocin or cloprostenol were given to postbreeding mares during the periovulatory period. Reproductively healthy mares were randomly divided into 2 groups. Each animal received 20 units oxytocin (i.m.) every 6 h in ...

Author(s)
Nie, G. J.; Johnson, K. E.; Wenzel, J. G. W.; Braden, T. D.
Publisher
Elsevier Science Inc., New York, USA
Citation
Theriogenology, 2002, 58, 2/4, pp 461-463
Abstract

Mares (n=37) were treated from 4 h after breeding through 2 days post-ovulation with oxytocin or cloprostenol. Oxytocin (20 units i.m.) was administered every 6 h and cloprostenol (250 mcg i.m.) daily. Luteal function was impaired for several days following treatment, however, lower progesterone...

Author(s)
Nie, G. J.; Johnson, K. E.; Wenzel, J. G. W.; Braden, T. D.
Publisher
Elsevier Science Inc., New York, USA
Citation
Theriogenology, 2003, 60, 6, pp 1111-1118
Abstract

Mares (n=30) were treated in the post-ovulatory period with saline, oxytocin, or cloprostenol (Clo). Dose, administration frequency and treatment day (Day 0, 1 or 2 post-ovulation) were evaluated. Interovulatory interval of control cycles was 22.7 (±0.36) days with a range of 20.6 (±1.44) to 23.8...

Author(s)
Nie, G. J.; Johnson, K. E.; Wenzel, J. G. W.; Braden, T. D.
Publisher
Elsevier Science Inc., New York, USA
Citation
Theriogenology, 2003, 60, 6, pp 1119-1125