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A.I. & Breeding

From estrus and heat detection to genomics and sexed semen, discover the latest information to improve reproductive performance.

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Successful reproductive managers have only so many hours everyday to accomplish a multitude of tasks.

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It wasn’t the 87,683rd Jersey registered last year that is credited with an amazing feat, nor was it the last one recorded on Dec. 31, 2008, but it was all 94,774 animals, their owners and caretakers, and the American Jersey Cattle Association staff and its members that combined their efforts to leave a lasting mark on history.

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Any dairy producer will tell you that when it comes to getting a dairy cow pregnant, sooner is better than later. The sooner she’s bred, the sooner she’ll calve and the less time she’ll spend out of the milk-production cycle.

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Artificial insemination (A.I.) as practiced by bees and many other flying insects has played an important role in plant reproduction for a very long time.

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High reproductive success is fundamental to a dairy operation’s sustainability and growth in today’s dairy industry.

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Dairyman Jason Nunes’ office at his 1,000-cow dairy in Buhl, Idaho, contains a computer, record books, a calendar and other office supplies typically found in workspaces on dairy farms.

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