Bull management before and during breeding season can improve producers’ chances for reproductive success, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension beef cattle specialist Dr. Jason Banta said.
Banta said it’s important to make sure bulls are ready and in good condition heading into breeding season.
A body condition score of five to six is recommended before breeding season starts, he said, adding, “If they are too fat or too thin, it can impact fertility."
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