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Producers gain premium prices when selling quality beef from planned-breeding programs

Aug 2, 2013
At base, the heifer program uses sires with proven high-accuracy genetics. Increasingly, those genetics are delivered by fixed-time artificial insemination (FTAI). Patterson developed and proved protocols in research at the MU Thompson Farm in Grundy County.

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