Effects of three semen extenders on reproduction of turkeys
AuthorsF. X. Ogasawara
R. A. Ernst
Authors AffiliationsFrank X. Ogasawara is Associate Professor, Avian Sciences Department and Animal Physiology Department, University of California, Davis; Ralph A. Ernst is Extension Poultry Specialist, University of California, Davis.
Hilgardia 24(8):14-15. DOI:10.3733/ca.v024n08p14. August 1970.
No differences in fertility and hatchability of turkey eggs were observed when hens were inseminated with semen extended with three different diluents tested, as compared with undiluted semen.
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