Nutrition for fertility of replacement beef heifers

Nutrition for fertility of replacement beef heifers

*Dr. G. Cliff Lamb is with the University of Florida's North Florida Research & Education Center in Marianna, Fla. To expedite answers to questions concerning this article or to submit ideas for future articles, please direct inquiries to Feedstuffs, Bottom Line of Nutrition, 7900 International Dr., Suite 650, Bloomington, Minn. 55425, or email [email protected]

IN most herds, 15-20% of the cow herd is replaced annually by

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