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SEMINAL'CHARACTERISTICS IN HOLSTEIN FRIESIAN CROSSBRED BULLS

Article Id: ARCC3423 | Page : 49 - 51
Citation :- SEMINAL'CHARACTERISTICS IN HOLSTEIN FRIESIAN CROSSBRED BULLS.Indian Journal of Animal Research.2002.(36):49 - 51
H.R. Angasaria, P.K. Pareek and Mahesh Dati
Address : College of Veterinary and Animal Science, BiI~aner - 334 001, India

Abstract

The present study was conducted on seminal characteristics of 2 Holstein Friesian (HF) corssbred bulls. The volume of semen for 2 HF bulls measured was in the range of 3.5–6.1 ml with an average of 4.70±0.159 ml and 4.76±0.167 ml respectively. On 0–5 scale mass activity for bulls was measured in the range of 2–4 with an average of 3.22±0.12 and 3.18±0.10 respectively. The initial motility was in the range of 30–83% with an average of 67.24±2.59 and 66.80±2.28% respectively. This study revealed that individual variation, age, season and management affect the seminal characteristics.

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