SW Mizzou tests find 11.5 percent of bulls ‘unsatisfactory’

SW Mizzou tests find 11.5 percent of bulls ‘unsatisfactory’

Progressive Cattleman

During the three bull breeding soundness exam clinics in southwest Missouri in early October, 11.5 percent of the 96 bulls were found to be unsatisfactory for breeding purposes.

“With the hot summer that extended into September it’s surprising that the fail rate wasn’t higher,” said Eldon Cole, a livestock specialist with University of Missouri Extension.

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