Reproductive tract scoring can help determine heifer breeding readiness
The goal of cow/calf operators is to produce as many calves per year as possible. Yearling heifers should be bred to calve as 2-year-olds to maximize the number of calves produced in their lifetimes. They must be sufficiently mature to be bred at 14 to 15 months of age.
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