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Comparison of genetic response and inbreeding coefficient when the MOET technique and different proportions of proven and young bull semen were used in dairy herds

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  23 November 2017

M. Aminafshar*
Affiliation:
Animal Science Department, Science & Research Campus, Tehran, IA University
M. Moradi Shahrebabak
Affiliation:
Animal Science Department, Tehran University
M. Sanjabi
Affiliation:
Animal Science Department, Karaj IA University
A. Lavvaf
Affiliation:
Animal Science Department, Karaj IA University
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Breeding schemes with multiple ovulation and embryo transfer opens up a possibility to enhance genetic improvement through intense female selection and short generation intervals. The potential improvement in genetic response may increase when elite cows produce a number of embryos, instead of one calf per year. Also different ratio of proven bull and young bull semen may be used to inseminate cows in the herd. The objective of this project has been to investigate genetic response and coefficient of inbreeding, when elite cows produce number of embryos during a year, instead of reproducing one calf per year. Also genetic response and inbreeding coefficient were estimated when different ratio of proven bull and young bull semen were used to inseminate cows in the herd.

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Copyright © The British Society of Animal Science 2005

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