|کد مقاله||کد نشریه||سال انتشار||مقاله انگلیسی||ترجمه فارسی||نسخه تمام متن|
|5523013||1401360||2018||7 صفحه PDF||ندارد||دانلود کنید|
â¢Cervical contractions are increased by boar exposure before insemination without impacts on post-cervical insemination.â¢Daily boar exposure post-weaning has a positive effect on ovulation time induced by OvuGel.â¢Primiparous sows submitted to a single fixed-time insemination using OvuGel are affected by daily boar exposure post-weaning.â¢Boar exposure post-insemination does not improve fertility of sows submitted to fixed-time insemination using OvuGel.
Boar exposure is used to stimulate follicle development and estrus in sows after weaning and also to improve semen uptake and sperm transport with insemination. However, the need and value of boar exposure is uncertain when ovulation induction is used. These studies were designed to determine the effect of daily boar exposure after weaning when used with ovulation induction and fixed time post-cervical artificial insemination (PCAI). In experiment 1, sows were weaned into stalls and assigned to receive 3Â min of daily fenceline boar exposure (BE, nÂ =Â 7) or no boar exposure (NBE, nÂ =Â 8). All sows received OvuGel at 96Â h after weaning and BE or NBE 30Â min prior to a single PCAI 24Â h after OvuGel. Ovaries were assessed daily for follicle size from weaning until ovulation. Cervical contractions were measured 30Â min following BE or NBE and before PCAI, while uterine contractions were measured for 1Â h following PCAI. In experiment 2, weaned sows (nÂ =Â 244) were assigned by parity to receive once daily BE for 1.5Â min each day or NBE. OvuGel, PCAI and ultrasound methods were performed similarly as in experiment 1. Results from experiment 1 indicated BE did not significantly influence follicle size or measures of fertility. However, BE did increase the frequency of cervical contractions (PÂ <Â 0.05), but with no effect on the uterus. Results from experiment 2 indicated BE had no effect on catheter passage for PCAI but did increase the proportion of sows ovulating within 48Â h after OvuGel (77.7 vs 67.5%, PÂ =Â 0.05), and tended (PÂ =Â 0.10) to increase the proportion of sows inseminated 24Â h before ovulation (70.3 vs. 61.0%). However, BE had no effect on adjusted farrowing rate (84.4 vs. 77.4%) or total pigs born (13.2 vs. 12.5) for BE and NBE, respectively. There were treatment and parity interactions for follicle size at time of OvuGel and at time of PCAI (PÂ <Â 0.05) with BE minimizing parity effects on follicle size. Parity effects were also evident on farrowing rate and litter size when inseminations occurred >24Â h from ovulation but not when inseminations occurred â¤24Â h before ovulation. The results indicate that boar exposure for only minutes each day after weaning had beneficial effects for improving follicle development, ovulation induction, and AI timing, most notably in parity 1 sows, but had no beneficial or detrimental effects on the ability to perform PCAI.
Journal: Theriogenology - Volume 105, 1 January 2018, Pages 27-33