Fertility: Significant Support Available for Indispensable Link

The cow should have been pregnant already, but is still not showing any heat signs. Other cows have already been bred five times, but still show up again every 3, 6 or 9 weeks. Getting cows pregnant at the desirable moment certainly does not always work out as desired. Experts from five international enterprises share how fertility, regularly impacted by heat stress, for example, can be significantly improved.

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