The Affects of Nutrition on Reproductive Performance
B. A. Broaddus, P. D. Burns and Donna Amaral-Phillips, University of Kentucky
Often farmers are plagued with the reality of poor reproductive performance in their herds. Heat detection generally is the single greatest reason for poor reproductive performance in dairy herds today. But what about those farms that are out three times a day watching for heats? Why is their reproductive program still failing? The answer may lie in nutritional deficiencies or imbalances. Outside ...