Heat detection helps synch protocol

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Last fall, Dairy Dreams, LLC, in Casco, Wis., added heat detection back to its
reproductive program. The farm still adheres to a strict synchronization protocol, but now employees watch for heats, as well. The strategy has paid off. Twenty-one-day pregnancy rates have increased from 17 percent to 20 percent.



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