2009 journal article

Growth and reproductive performance of beef heifers grazing endophyte-free, endophyte-infected and novel endophyte-infected tall fescue

Livestock Science, 125(2-3), 254–260.

By: M. Drewnoski n, E. Oliphant n, M. Poore n, J. Green n & M. Hockett n

TL;DR: Heifers were artificially inseminated 8 to12 h after the onset of standing estrus and reproduction did not differ among treatments, however, during the spring, growth and prolactin were decreased. (via Semantic Scholar)
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