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Effect of GnRH or estradiol benzoate on reproductive traits during a Heatsynch protocol in dairy cows

Mielke, Laís; Rodrigues, Mityelle da Costa Chaves; Lima, Márcio Érpen; Acosta, Diego Andres Velasco; Del Pino, Francisco Augusto Burkert; Corrêa, Marcio Nunes; Halfen, Jéssica; Xavier, Eduardo Gularte; Brauner, Cássio Cassal.
Acta Sci. vet.; 44: 01-07, 2016. ilus, tab
Artigo em Inglês | VETINDEX | ID: vti-722717


Background: Milk production of cows is closely correlated with its reproductive efficiency. One of the several factors influencing the dairy efficiency is the decline in fertility of the cows/heifers. Use of hormonal protocol are often used to improve the fertility of the recipients. Several programs are available to inseminate dairy cows, with variation in the use of different types of hormones, time of use and range of duration period, as well as the time of AI. The objective of this study was to evaluate the efficiency of follicular wave emergence induction of estradiol benzoate in comparison to GnRH in a Heatsynch protocol and its influence on reproductive parameters. Materials, Methods & Results: In this study were used primiparous and multiparous Holstein cows (n = 325). Animals were divided randomly into two different treatments according with the hormone used to induce follicular wave emergence (D0). The GnRH group (n = 167), was given 25 mg, while in the EB group (n = 158) was used 2 mg. At same day, were inserted, a controlled internal drug-releasing containing 1.9 g of progesterone CIDR®. On day 7, CIDR was removed and cows were given 25 mg luteinizing hormone followed by an injection of 1 mg Inducer Ovulation at day 8. Cows were then observed for signs of estrus for at least two hours (twice daily at 7 am and 6 pm) for three days following CIDR® removal. Cows [...](AU)
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