Archive | April, 2012

Reproductive tract health post calving

The first scanning evalution must be done ten days post calving in order to assess the uterine condition. Early scanning can help show the presence / absence of metritis, endometritis and most importantly, to determine whether ovarian activity has resumed.

Fertility Issues

Pre breeding checks on your herd is very important to increase productivity. Scanning before you AI, will reveal your problem cows. Problems such as inactive ovaries, follicular cysts, luteal cysts and infects such as acute puerperal metritis cause economic losses to the dairy and suckler industries by extending the intervals from calving to conception. Each of […]

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