Synchronizing Estrus in Cattle
- Date of Publication
- January 25, 2022
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Cattle producers can synchronize estrus (heat) to breed fertile females rapidly. The manipulation of the reproductive process reduces the need to detect estrus, creates a more uniform calf crop, and shortens the breeding and calving seasons. This publication describes estrus synchronization products and protocols and guides the herd manager in choosing a method. (7 Pages)
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