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inseminator

person employed to inseminate animals with live semen; restricted largely to work with cattle; in most countries inseminators are licensed as having been trained in the techniques and tested for proficiency.

inseminator efficiency
efficiency as determined by the conceptions/insemination index derived from the insemination data and pregnancy diagnosis; inefficiency should be observed on more than one farm; poor results on one farm more likely to indicate an infertility problem.
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All I can say is that my two days with The Inseminator and The Collector have stuck in my memory for years, which is a lot more than anyone will be able to say about The Farm.
CMD of cows and heifers with abnormal appearance in estrus cycle is one of the factors that farmers or artificial inseminators consider it as a RP suppressor (Mahmoudzadeh et al.
In both years, all heifers were artificially inseminated 20 hours after the GnRH injection by two experienced inseminators using frozen semen from a single bull.
The book is replete with revolving-door boyfriends, intermittent live-ins, uneasy marriages, and inseminators known and unknown, all with equivocal and shifting relationships.
The foot and mouth restrictions on farm visiting are disrupting the normal programmes in which inseminators visit farms for their work.
A) announces that the Quebec Inseminators Co-operative has retained LGS' services to implement its new system for operations management.
EBV) for selection, thus they got information and advice from artificial inseminators, semen sellers, consultants, and other farmers.
Consider using the clean, sterile plastic obstetrical sleeves used by inseminators.
Increasing the level of training of artificial inseminators and dairy farmers on the use of EBV for sire selection would greatly help using of superior sires for milk production.
The foot-and-mouth epidemic will also have an effect on calving to conception data, with inseminators having been unable to get on to farms and NMR will be monitoring the impact of this over the next few months.
Foot-and-mouth will also have an effect on calving-to-conception data where inseminators are not able to get on to farms.
This must be a disappointment for Paul, as he says women actually make better inseminators.