Factors affecting the efficiency with which beef cows become pregnant after calving in Northern Australia

McGowan, Michael, McCosker, Kieren, Fordyce, Geoffry, Smith, Dave, Perkins, Nigel, O’Rourke, Peter, Barnes, Tamsin, Marquart, Louise, Menzies, Don, Newsome, Tom, Joyner, Di, Phillips, Nancy, Burns, Brian, Morton, John and Jephcott, Sandi (2014). Factors affecting the efficiency with which beef cows become pregnant after calving in Northern Australia. In: Proceedings of the XXVIII World Buiatrics Congress. 28th World Buiatrics Congress, Cairns, Australia, (185-189). 27 July-1 August 2014.

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Author McGowan, Michael
McCosker, Kieren
Fordyce, Geoffry
Smith, Dave
Perkins, Nigel
O’Rourke, Peter
Barnes, Tamsin
Marquart, Louise
Menzies, Don
Newsome, Tom
Joyner, Di
Phillips, Nancy
Burns, Brian
Morton, John
Jephcott, Sandi
Title of paper Factors affecting the efficiency with which beef cows become pregnant after calving in Northern Australia
Conference name 28th World Buiatrics Congress
Conference location Cairns, Australia
Conference dates 27 July-1 August 2014
Convener Australian Cattle Veterinarians
Proceedings title Proceedings of the XXVIII World Buiatrics Congress
Place of Publication Eight Mile Plains, Qld. Australian
Publisher Australian Cattle Veterinarians
Publication Year 2014
Year available 2014
Sub-type Fully published paper
Open Access Status
ISBN 9780992546502
9780992546519
9780992546526
9780992546533
Volume 1
Start page 185
End page 189
Total pages 5
Chapter number 33
Total chapters 58
Collection year 2015
Language eng
Q-Index Code EX
Q-Index Status Confirmed Code
Institutional Status UQ

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