Lindsay, J. A. and Mullins, T. J. and Toleman, M. A. and Stephenson, H. P. (1984) The effect of trenbolone acetate on liveweight changes and pregnancy rates in zebu crossbred heifers grazing tropical pastures. In: 15th Biennial Australian Society of Animal Production Conference: Animal Production in Australia, 13-17 Feb 1984, Armidale, Australia.
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Trenbolone acetate (androst-4, 9(10), 11 trien-3-one, -17 acetate) (TBA) is one of the few anabolic compounds available for use in female cattle. Best (1972) demonstrated that the growth rate of pasture fed Bos taurus heifers was increased by 38% when treated with TBA. However, Heitzman et al (1977) reported that TBA caused anoestrus in dry dairy cows. The present study used Zebu crossbred heifers to examine the effect of TBA on liveweight gain and pregnancy rates.
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|Uncontrolled Keywords:||trenbolone acetate; liveweight changes; pregnancy rates; zebu crossbred heifers; tropical pastures|
|Fields of Research (FoR):||07 Agricultural and Veterinary Sciences > 0702 Animal Production > 070202 Animal Growth and Development
07 Agricultural and Veterinary Sciences > 0702 Animal Production > 070206 Animal Reproduction
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