Increasing tha impact of elite boars using post-cervical-artificial insemination
From January 15 to 17th, Alberta (Canada) hosted a new edition of the Banff Pork Technical Seminar. Isaac Huerta, the veterinarian in charge of our technical project in North America, collaborated in the presentation of a poster. The research analyzed the impact of elite sires on the efficiency of pork production and considered the influence of traditional and postcervical insemination techniques on productive results.
The human sperm origin
Report published on the science and technology Website www.sciencedaily.com which puts the sperm origin 600 millions years ago. In that case, the sperm production would share a common origin for any species.
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Microbial thermo temporal dynamics
Article published in Theriogenology on the thermo temporal dynamics of bacterial contamination and antimicrobials in diluted boar semen.
HOECHST 33342: The dye that enabled differentiation of living X-and-Y chromosome bearing mammalian sperm
This article published in the Research Magazine Theriogenology deals with the action of the colouring HOECHST 3342.
The addition of a source of Omega-3 fatty acids in the boar diet.
Article from the technical publication Theriogenology that aims to determine the effect of the addition of a source of Omega-3 fatty acids in the boar diet on semen quality and on the boar itself.