Do Grazing Conditions Require a Different Type of Cow?

Holsteins have become the universal dairy cow and dominate in most major dairy countries. However, it may not be a “one size fits all” situation. The interaction of genetics with environment has long been observed. Certain traits require greater attention under grazing conditions. We spoke with breeding specialists from three countries where grazing management predominates.

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