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Dairy Reproduction: Identifying Problems and Solutions for Your Herd

Presenter: Ray Nebel, Senior Reproductive Specialist for Select Sires, Inc.

Many dairies experience difficulty in their reproduction programs, and a wide range of factors can affect reproductive success in a herd. In this session, Ray Nebel will take a look at some of the factors that affect reproduction on dairies, including:
  • labor
  • nutrition
  • environment
  • and the cow herself
He'll also discuss how you can find and fix problems that could be affecting the success of your reproduction program.

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