Production and storage of goat semen for artificial insemination.

@article{Leboeuf2000ProductionAS,
  title={Production and storage of goat semen for artificial insemination.},
  author={Bernard Leboeuf and Barrie J. Restall and Sonya Salamon},
  journal={Animal reproduction science},
  year={2000},
  volume={62 1-3},
  pages={
          113-41
        }
}
Environmental influences on reproduction and semen production in the buck, the problem of interaction between seminal plasma and egg yolk or milk constituents in diluent, liquid storage and processing of semen for freezing are discussed. A review is given on the use of frozen-thawed semen for artificial insemination (AI) in spontaneous and induced oestrus and factors influencing the fertility. 
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