Factores que afectan la preñez en vacas Brahman sometidas a inseminación artificial a tiempo fijo

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Adriana Correa-Orozco Luis Uribe-Velásquez Erik Pulgarín-Velásquez

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Objetivo. Evaluar la relación entre la condición corporal (CC), la manifestación de estro, las concentraciones plasmáticas de estradiol, el diámetro del folículo mayor y la preñez, en vacas Bos indicus amamantando, sometidas a un protocolo de inseminación artificial a tiempo fijo (IATF). Materiales y métodos. Treinta y ocho vacas Brahman recibieron un dispositivo intravaginal de progesterona + benzoato de estradiol en el día 0; retiro del dispositivo + dinoprost + gonadotropina coriónica equina en el día 9 y la IATF en el día 12. La preñez fue diagnosticada 90 días después de la IATF. Resultados. No hubo efecto de la CC sobre la manifestación de estro, las concentraciones plasmáticas de estradiol o el diámetro del folículo mayor (p>0.05). El diámetro del folículo mayor no influenció las concentraciones plasmáticas de estradiol (p>0.05). El diámetro del folículo mayor y las concentraciones plasmáticas de estradiol no influenciaron la manifestación de estro (p>0.05). La tasa de preñez por IATF no fue afectada (p>0.05) por la CC, la manifestación de estro o las concentraciones plasmáticas de estradiol. Hubo una tendencia (p=0.10) de una relación directa entre el diámetro del folículo mayor y la tasa de preñez por IATF. Conclusiones. La CC, las concentraciones plasmáticas de estradiol y la manifestación de estro no influenciaron la tasa de preñez por IATF en vacas Brahman sometidas a un protocolo de sincronización basado en progesterona. Sin embargo, el diámetro del folículo mayor presentó tendencia al impacto positivo sobre la tasa de preñez por IATF.

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