A practical guide for fertility management
Getting cows in calf may seem easy enough but fertility is a problem for many farming businesses. Important issues include nutrition and the health of the cows with respect to calving and the first month of lactation. Dealing properly with these two issues forms the most important challenge in breeding for virtually every dairy farm.
Getting cows in calf, usually through insemination, is a meticulous job that requires commitment, due care and professional skill. Fortunately, professional skill can be trained.
Professional skill, care, commitment and motivation are encouraged by direct, visible results.
This guide Fertility examines all elements concerning a proper approach to fertility in your business
SECTION ONE: Cleansing and coming into heat
SECTION TWO: Heat observation
SECTION THREE: Getting and staying in calf
SECTION FOUR: Targets, performance indicators, process management
Publisher: Roodbont B.V. Publishers
This book weighs: 200g
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