PREGNANCY DIAGNOSIS AS A MANAGEMENT TOOL FOR MOOSE
Pregnancy determination was carried out by rectal palpation on immobilized moose in Saskatchewan in March 1981. Fifteen of 16 female moose were diagnosed as pregnant; 4 of them with twins. Serum samples collected at the same time revealed serum progesterone levels between 5.4 and 11.5 ng/ml in pregnant moose, < 0.5 ng/ml in a non-pregnant female and 0.15 ng/ml in a male.
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