Best Practices for Artificial Insemination of Swine in the Pacific Islands

Date
2000-07
Authors
Ioanis, Engly
Duguies, Manual
Zaleski, Halina
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Volume Title
Publisher
Agricultural Development in the American Pacific Project
Abstract
Artificial insemination of female swine can help to improve the quality of offspring and greatly reduce the impact of inbreeding in a swine population. This publication provides step-by step guidance in determining female heat, ordering semen, thawing semen, inseminating female swine, cleaning up at insemination, and detecting pregnancy. It also has a list of current suppliers of boar semen who can ship to the Pacific.
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Keywords
artificial insemination, swine, Micronesia
Citation
Ioanis E, Duguies M, Zaleski H. 2000. Best practices for artificial inseminaiton of swine in the Pacific Islands. Honolulu (HI): ADAP Project. 10 pages. (ADAP Demonstration of Breeding Swine Through Use of Artificial Insemination; ADAP 2000-24)
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