Economics of bull breeding exams

Jun 13, 2014
Annually, about 20-25 percent of bulls do not pass breeding soundness exams. After the harsh temperatures and wind chills experienced this past winter, many anticipate that number to increase due to frostbitten testicles and poor body condition. Under normal circumstances conducting breeding soundness exams on bulls is costeffective.

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