Don’t you hate it when you are all set for your planned start of mating and then a bunch of the girls cycle a few days before (usually your best)? Now you have to wait 3 weeks before putting them up for mating. We are here to ask you – Why Wait? There are ways and means to get her up to the plate sooner.
There is some pre-mating prep work that needs to be done – tail painting and heat detection.
All cows are tail painted 2 weeks prior to PSM. All cows that cycle in the first week after tail paint are identified and injected with PG, 2 days before PSM. All cows that cycle in the second week after tail paint, are injected with PG 7 days after PSM. Cows are inseminated to heat detection.
It is simple yet very effective, allowing you to reap the rewards.
Contact your local Franklin Vets clinic for more information.