Beef Talk: Early calving cows are keepers
As the cattle head to the cool-season grass pastures, spring breeding plans are well under way. While most of the cows have calved, spring grass means breeding time is not far away.
At the Dickinson Research Extension Center, the first draft of heifers received their initial synchronization protocols for timed breeding on Wednesday. These heifers, gaining 3.4 pounds a day, are ready for grass.
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