REFERENCES AND CITED LITERATURE

1.  Dransfield MBG, Nebel RL, Pearson RE, and Warnick LD.  1998.  Timing of Insemination for Dairy Cows Identified in Estrus by a Radiometric Estrus Detection System.  J. Dairy Sci.  81, 1874 - 1882.

2.  Ferguson JD.  1999.  Analyzing Herd Fertility.  Proceedings of Penn Annual Conference.  Opportunities for Veterinary Practice Through Analysis of .  Jaunary 1999.  Philadelphia, PA.

3.  Ferguson JD and Galligan DT.  1993.  Prostaglandin Synchronization Programs in Dairy Herds - Part 1.  The Compendium.  15:4, 646 - 654.

4.  Hanzen  C, Pieterse M, Scenzi O, Drost M.  2000.  Relative Accuracy of the Identification of Ovarian Structures in the Cow by Ultrasonography and Palpation per rectum.  The Veterinary Journal.  159, 160 - 170.

5.  Jobst SM and Nebel RL.  1998.  Evaluation of Systemic Breeding Programs for Lactating Cows.  J. Dairy Sci.  81:4, 1169 - 1174.

6.  Nebel RL.  Analysis of Reproductive Records.

7.  Nebel RL and Jobst SM.  Use of Systematic Breeding Programs for Reproductive Management.

8.  Risco CA, Drost M, Archbald L, Moreira F, De la Sota RL, Burke J, and Thatcher W.  1998.  Timed Artificial Insemination in Dairy Cattle - Part 1.  The Compendium.  20:10, S280 - S287.

9.  Wiltbank MC.  How Information on Hormonal Regulation of the Ovary has Improved Understanding of Timed Breeding Programs.

10.  Wiltbank MC.  1998.  Improving Reproductive Efficiency in High Producing Dairy Cattle.  Cattle Practice.  6:4, 261 - 273.

 

 

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Students:  Keith Javic - Class of 2003, C. Nikki Conroy - Class of 2003