Reproductive Management

Properly time vaccinations for reproductive success

Timing is everything when it comes to successful reproductive programs, and that includes timing of vaccinations to help prevent reproductive diseases. FULL STORY »

Repro Money Road Show starts next month

University of Wisconsin-Extension statewide workshops to focus on reproductive efficiency on dairy farms during January and February. FULL STORY »

Don't compromise A.I. procedures

It is common to observe large within-herd variation in A.I. technician procedures, but that can compromise conception rates. Here is a look at what it might be costing you. FULL STORY »

What is subclinical ketosis costing you?

A lack of clinical signs makes it difficult to detect subclinical ketosis. Here are some ways to evaluate the occurrence of this fresh-cow disorder on your operation. FULL STORY »

New reproduction program cost calculator

An online worksheet from the PRO-DAIRY team at Cornell University can help you determine the costs associated with getting dairy animals checked pregnant. FULL STORY »

Dairies recognized for reproductive excellence

And, they share some of the things they are doing. FULL STORY »

Be aware of aflatoxin in corn grain, silage

Heat and drought over the summer months created an ideal environment for Aspergillus ear rot to form in corn grain and silage. The disease is caused by a fungus that may produce aflatoxin, which can be harmful to livestock. FULL STORY »

Annual repro meeting on tap

The 2012 Dairy Cattle Reproduction Council Annual Meeting is coming up. Make plans to attend Nov. 8-9 in Sacramento, Calif. The latest in dairy reproductive technology will be showcased and discussed. FULL STORY »

"Tools for Teams" workshop

The program, presented by the Penn State Extension Dairy Team, will highlight the use of various whole-farm and team-management tools to help teams improve success. The first workshop will be held on Oct. 30. FULL STORY »

How much money are you losing to inbreeding?

New research confirms economic impact of inbreeding. FULL STORY »

Dairy producers benefit from using sexed semen

Kansas State University reproductive physiologist Jeff Stevenson discusses how sexed semen or gender-biased semen offers dairy producers a cost-effective method for adding more females to the herd. FULL STORY »

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