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International Bull Fertility Conference – Theory to Practice, Westport, Ireland, 2018

  • Michael G Diskin (a1), Pat Lonergan (a2), David A. Kenny (a3) and Sean Fair (a4)
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E-mail: michael,diskin@teagasc.ie; pat.lonergan@ucd.ie; david.kenny@teagasc.ie; sean.fair@ul.ie
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