3 Factors That Impact Cowherd Profitability

During a day-long session for top clients, Purina technical services professionals provided insights into the latest production research underway at the Purina Animal Nutrition Center near St. Louis, MO. John Mahoney, DVM, director of veterinary services for Purina Animal Nutrition, says three main factors impact profitability of brood cow operations – reproduction rate of the herd, health of the calves birth through weaning, and the use of land and resources. Here he talks about the importance of cow nutrition in healthy calving and quick breedback.

 

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