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Reproductive Management of the Mare

How to understand the physiology, estrous period and recordkeeping practices for proper management of a mare’s reproductive cycle.

HorsesLivestockLivestock Genetics & Reproduction
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Calving Time Management for Beef Cows and Heifers

Descriptions on the types of calving, the different types of abnormal calving conditions and how to handle those situations for a successful calf delivery.

Beef CattleCow-CalfLivestockLivestock Genetics & ReproductionLivestock Health & DiseaseLivestock Health, Disease & NutritionLivestock Reproduction
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Fertility Testing Rams Increases Profits

Information on why Breeding Soundness Examination (BSE) can help sheep producers discover infertility problems in rams and the reasons why it’s essential.

Farm & Ranch FinancesLivestockLivestock Genetics & ReproductionLivestock ReproductionMarket OutlooksSheep
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Some Ideas About Crossbreeding Sheep

Educational information that helps assist in producing a flock of highly productive ewes.

LivestockLivestock Genetics & ReproductionSheep
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DNA Sample Collection

How to properly obtain DNA samples through semen, blood, tissue and hair samples of animals.

LivestockLivestock GeneticsLivestock Genetics & Reproduction
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Flock Improvement Through Ram Selection

How to read performance records, analyze central ram testing and the economics of performance testing when trying to improve your flock.

LivestockLivestock Genetics & ReproductionSheep
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Artificial Insemination for Beef Cattle

How to implement proper artificial insemination practices in beef cattle operations to help run a successful program.

Beef CattleLivestockLivestock Genetics & ReproductionLivestock Reproduction
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Crossbreeding Beef Cattle, III

A summary of results from several states concerning the average responses measured for various production traits in crosses of Angus, Hereford and Shorthorn cattle.

Beef CattleLivestockLivestock GeneticsLivestock Genetics & Reproduction
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