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Fernando Díaz

Using sex-sorted semen has become a common reproductive practice in the dairy industry. However, it has been shown that using sex-sorted semen reduces fertility. This can be caused by the sorting process of the sperm altering the fertilizing capacity and viability of spermatozoa, and/or the lower number of spermatozoa per straw.

A recent study conducted in Turkey (Karakaya‐Bilen et al., 2019) evaluated fertility (pregnancy per artificial insemination) of

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