Efficient cow reproduction means better milk production
Getting that cow in calf first-time is now even more important in this time when the costs of running a dairy farm have increased dramatically.
Cows come into heat every 21 to 22 days, on average, with heifers having shorter intervals by around a day. These periods of opportunity cannot be missed and you need to be ready to react to gain the best results.
Experts are always on hand to match the genetic needs of your herd with the right bulls to ensure cow reproduction on your farm is a simple and productive procedure.
Using genetics wisely
With data and science-driven genetics, you get the lowest use of antibiotics and hormones and the highest lifetime production per cow.
Every herd has its top producers and those that perhaps are not doing as well as they could. That is why a good cow reproduction plan is essential and ready to go.
Experts can help you achieve the best genetic potential from your cows by using genomic testing, to allow you, the farmer, to make the most informed decisions about the future of your herd.
On farms today, the use of accurate data is essential when it comes to breeding decisions and selection strategies. Genomic testing is transforming the way dairy farmers make breeding and management decisions.