Seasonal variation in prolactin secretion has been associated with changes in the pelage of a number of mammals. The aim of this study was to ascertain whether the suppression of prolactin levels commencing in late summer, affects wool growth in sheep with a seasonal pattern of wool growth. Twenty Romney ewes (n=10/group) received either 50mg bromocryptine (Parlodel LA

ML, Tate, HC Manly, BC Emerson, and PF Fennessy

Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Volume 52, , 137-142, 1992
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