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Mon Mar 10, 2014 10:54 AM CDT

QUESTION: We bought a really good bull last year. He bred all but one of our cows in a 60-day breeding season and his calves are due to start coming in January. He passed a semen test when I bought him a year ago and is now less than three years of age. My county Extension agent says I need to have him checked before the next breeding season. What do you think?

ANSWER: Congratulations for making a good decision and a great investment in a quality bull. Most veterinarians, animal ...

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