Pregnancy diagnosis options for beef cattle producers

Pregnancy diagnosis options for beef cattle producers

University of Florida

Generally, beef herd pregnancy rates after a 60–120-day breeding season tend to range from 80 to 94 percent. Pregnancy diagnosis identifies the 6–20 percent of open cows in the herd so they can be culled after their calves at side are weaned, instead of waiting to the end of the subsequent calving season.

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