Fertility in cattle breeding is a major concern. Infertility costs are substancial for the breeder (10% of gross breeding income*), both in direct charges (repeated artificial inseminations) as well as indirect charges more difficult to assess (such as milk production losses or increased renewal rate following culling due to infertility).
*D. Ferguson, Symposium, 2003 « Impact économique de la performance de reproduction du troupeau » (Economic Impact of reproductive performance in dairy herds)
1 bolus 1 month before reproduction 8 weeks of controlled release
1 bolus during periods of reproductive activity
Dairy cows >400 Kg
Better activityof the corpus luteum
Less follicular cysts
Better expression of estrus, less repeat breeding
Please remember that it is recommended to change the rubber tips regularly. This item is available for sale separately.
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