Artificial insemination of gilts with porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome ( PRRS ) virus-contaminateCi semen

@inproceedings{Sabrina2003ArtificialIO,
  title={Artificial insemination of gilts with porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome ( PRRS ) virus-contaminateCi semen},
  author={Sabrina and Lora Swenson and Howard T. Hill and Jeff J. Zimmerman and Lawrence and Evan Evans and Robert W. Wills and K E Yoon and Kent J. Schwartz and Gary C. Althouse and Michael J. McGinley and Andy K. Brevik},
  year={2003}
}
Six gilts were artificially inseminated (AI) with extended semen from a boar free of porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome (PRRS)virus infection. One week later, the same boar was inoculated intranasally with PRRSvirus. Seven days after inoculation,the boar was used to AI an additional five gilts. All II gilts were bred 3 days in a row using freshly collected and extended semen on each of the 3 days.Gilts were bled on a weekly basis until they were euthanized. Serum samples were tested… CONTINUE READING