Nutrition after calving sets the stage for next year's calf crop
How we address the nutritional needs of a cow herd after calving is critically important if we’re going to have a successful start to next year’s calf crop. If we want a cow to stay on a 365-day calving interval, then we have 82 days between calving and re-breeding.
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