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Best Practices for Artificial Insemination of Swine in the Pacific Islands
|Title:||Best Practices for Artificial Insemination of Swine in the Pacific Islands|
|Date Issued:||Jul 2000|
|Publisher:||Agricultural Development in the American Pacific Project|
|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)|
|Series:||ADAP Demonstration of Breeding Swine Through Use of Artificial Insemination|
|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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Animal Health and Husbandry Publications|
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