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A.I. & BREEDING

From estrus and heat detection to genomics and sexed semen, discover the latest information to improve reproductive performance.

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The onset of estrus in dairy cattle is accompanied by changes in physiological activity, rumination and feeding behaviour.

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Today, there are many tools a dairy producer can use to influence the rate of genetic change and have lasting effects on the performance of their herd. Over the last decade, the use of assisted reproductive technologies (ART) has steadily increased.

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Let’s think about what makes for a profitable cow on your dairy. Yes, the cow is productive – strong milk production, the right balance of fluid and solids, and breeds back in a timely manner to tackle the next lactation – but, also, the cow is healthy.

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With no let-up in the need to cultivate profitability, dairies constantly seek ways to manage expenses while increasing income opportunities.

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Achieving a heat detection rate between 68 and 75 percent, conception rate as high as 40 to 48 percent and a pregnancy rate range between 30 and 37 percent is attainable, and top dairy herds out there are doing it.

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If you feed dairy cows, at some point, in some way, you will deal with the negative effects of mycotoxins on animal health and performance.

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