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Unformatted text preview: Ideally, this will work out and the second insemination will be capacitated in time for ovulation. Although it is not possible to inseminate too early, it is ver possible to inseminate too late, which is likely to happen about 30% of the time. Factors that can cause the cow to not conceive when using the AM-PM rule is that estrus is detected too late, which could cause the spermatozoa to only be decapaitated when the oocyte is able to be fertilized. In learning about this, I realized how important it is to be able to agnowlage estrus and have a timely schedule for insemination....
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- Spring '08