rebreeding

rebreeding

the practice of mating the female two or more times during the one estrous period; applicable only to controlled breeding systems, especially artificial insemination of dairy cows. Called also double mating.
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Genetic parameters for feed intake, litter weight, body condition and rebreeding success in primiparous Norwegian Landrace sows.
For example, going into winter, to make sure they have enough body condition to handle cold temperatures well, coming out of winter, and post breeding or weaning, to make sure they have the reserves to handle carrying their offspring to term--or rebreeding within a desirable amount of time.
She might continue to give milk for six to 10 more months without rebreeding.
Furthermore, ventral hernia may reoccur during subsequent pregnancies and hence rebreeding of such animals is questionable.
However the excellent nutrition it provides helps increase body weights facilitates rebreeding and favors antler development in buck deer.
EPD comparison, carcass predictions, days to parturition, days from birth to rebreeding, animal performance, and growth and development) * Marketing (i.
The limousines were added in the 1980s, originally for rebreeding.
Suckling as a regulator of postpartum rebreeding in cattle: a review.
cow-calf producers face is low rebreeding performance among 2- and 3-year-old cows.
Gastrointestinal verminosis, identified as one of the principal factors that spoils meat production, acts in a subclinical form in extensively bred beef cattle, damaging the development of the breeding and rebreeding phases and reducing resistance to infections caused by bacteria and viruses.