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Insert for 7-12 days with injection of prostaglandin F2α at removal.
Animals normally come into oestrus 48-96 hours after removal.
A “heat mount detector” or tail paint for detecting oestrus is recommended.
Treatment of Post-Partum Anoestrus.
In lactating dairy cows, when lack of ovarian activity is diagnosed, CIDR® is used in conjunction with GnRH and Lutalyse®.
In beef cows, when lack of ovarian activity is diagnosed, insert for 5-7 days and inject 1mg oestradiol benzoate 24-48 hours after device removal. Responsive animals will be detected in oestrus during the next 4 days. Re-examine and then retreat unresponsive animals.
Re-synchronization of Oestrus.
Insert for 14-17 days after first insemination and remove on the 21st day post insemination. Animals not pregnant to the first service are in oestrus approx. 48-96 hours after device removal.
Veterinary Specialist Use.
The veterinarian may use the plasma progesterone elevating properties of the CIDR® Cattle Device in a program specifically designed for the requirements of a particular herd. The device will elevate progesterone blood levels above 1.5ng/mL for at least 12 days. This level will drop below 1.5ng/mL in less than 1 hour after removal.