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Managing first calf heifers, young cows
When nutrition is consistent and bull fertility is not compromised, most mature cows will tend to calve near the same date every year. A good amount of effort should be centered on a heifer’s first breeding season. Many producers focus on a goal of approximately 80 percent of their females to be cycling before the start of breeding season.
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