Monitoring breeding activity and use of timely pregnancy detection are risk management tools that should be used routinely, but are especially important given the recent weather challenges.
The more cows bred in the first 21 days of breeding the better.
The biggest focus should be getting thin cows gaining weight. Cows that are gaining weight breed up at a higher percentage.
Just one missed cycle can add several dollars to the annual cost to keep a cow.
Body condition at the time of calving is the most important factor affecting rebreeding performance of normally managed beef cows.
Emeritus extension specialist Glenn Selk shared a treasure trove of wisdom in 2019. Here are the six most popular.
Those heifers that are determined to be "open" after this breeding season, should be strong candidates for culling.
With breeding season around the corner, is your herd ready?