Reproductive Management

Crossbreeding leads heifers to milking string faster

Research presented at the American Dairy Science Association meeting this past July compared the performance of the following crossbreds against Holstein heifers. FULL STORY »

DCRC rewards reproductive success

2010 Dairy Cattle Reproduction Council reproduction award winners honored at annual meeting. FULL STORY »

Reproduction from the inside out

Become familiar with the anatomy and physiology of your cows’ reproductive tract to increase conception rates and reproductive efficiency. FULL STORY »

Q&A: New research links the Leptin gene and perinatal mortality

Replacement heifers play an integral role in the success of a dairy operation. FULL STORY »

Mastitis beyond milk quality

The battle with mastitis has always been an ongoing, difficult challenge for the dairy producer. FULL STORY »

5-day Cidr Synch: The missing protocol for dairy heifers

Although programs combining prostaglandin (PGF2α) treatments and heat detection are very effective for dairy heifers, many producers have to rely on Timed A.I. protocols to get their heifers bred due to a number of different reasons. FULL STORY »

Management: The key for fertility success

Accelerated Genetics commitment to higher quality product begins with bull care and involves detailed attention to every step of semen collection and processing, as well as maximum standards for semen quality control. FULL STORY »

Is she pregnant or isn’t she?

Here’s an update on the tools to detect bovine pregnancy status. FULL STORY »

Take heifer reproduction to the next level

We know a lot about lactating animal reproductive performance, but much less exists when it comes to heifer reproduction benchmarks. FULL STORY »

Mineral mix: An expensive way to cut expenses in dairy cows

During these difficult economic times, the desperate need to cut expenses has led some dairy producers to adjust budgets in areas that have dramatic impact on profits in the long run. FULL STORY »

Budgeting for sexed semen

Sexed semen is relatively a new technology that has proven to produce a higher proportion of female calves than conventional semen. FULL STORY »

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