Reproductive Management

Register now for the 2011 DCRC annual meeting

The 2011 Dairy Cattle Reproduction Council (DCRC) annual meeting will be held on Nov. 10 - 11 at the Hilton Kansas City Airport in Kansas City, Mo. FULL STORY »

Lameness has a big influence on reproductive performance

A recent study completed by the University of Liverpool evaluated the effect of lameness, a common chronic stressor, on the reproductive performance of dairy cattle. Not surprisingly, they found that lameness has a serious impact on reproduction. FULL STORY »

Improve the reproductive performance and profitability with Repro Money

A new program developed by University of Wisconsin-Extension and UW-Madison Dairy Science Department researchers is designed to increase farm net income by enhancing the reproductive performance of a producer’s cows. FULL STORY »

Enhancing the fertility of lactating dairy cows

Infertility of the lactating dairy cow continues to be a critical problem limiting profitability and sustainability of dairy farms. Reproductive performance of lactating dairy cows is dependent upon service rate (or estrus detection rate), fertility of the service sire, and maternal fertility. FULL STORY »

Monitor your herd’s pregnancy rate

Pregnancy Rate (PR) is a key performance indicator for reproductive performance in dairy herds. It is defined as the percentage of cows eligible to become pregnant that actually do become pregnant in a given time period. FULL STORY »

Assessing ultrasound’s impact on dairy cattle reproduction

Technology continues to revolutionize the way tasks are completed on the dairy, including your ability to get cows bred. One tool that has grown in use is ultrasound. Learn more about how this tool has enhanced dairy reproductive programs. FULL STORY »

Troubleshooting common reproductive challenges

Managing reproductive challenges on-farm can often leave producers feeling like detectives. FULL STORY »

Treating dairy cow infertility with intrafollicular insemination

Low fertility in dairy cattle has prompted new research evaluating intrafollicular insemination (IFI) as an alternative to common artificial insemination (A.I.) practices. IFI is based on direct introduction of sperm to a pre-ovulatory follicle. FULL STORY »

Help to sort through synchronization protocols

It can be a challenge to keep the various synchronization protocols straight in your mind, let alone successfully implement them on your dairy. To help you and your management team more effectively manage your farm’s reproductive performance, a group of dairy reproductive experts have created a dairy synchronization protocol fact sheet. The two-page document outlines established synchronization protocols, making it an excellent resource tool for your reproductive toolbox. FULL STORY »

Use behavior to determine stage of estrous cycle

Researchers in Norway recently completed a study evaluating behavior associated with standing estrus in lactating dairy cows, in addition to the behavioral changes during a complete estrous cycle. The research was reported in the March 2011 Journal of Dairy Science. FULL STORY »

Time to review sire selection criteria

Updated genetic evaluations for dairy cattle were released in early April, 2011. Now is the time to review selection criteria for service sires. FULL STORY »

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