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Mon Nov 17, 2014 01:22 PM CST

Question:

I bought a bull that was supposed to have been semen checked. I put him on a group of 30 cows away from my main herd, where I wasn't able to check as often as I should have. I noticed he had gained weight during the breeding season. When those 30 cows were preg checked every one was open. I checked back with the breeder and found out all they did was measure the bull's scrotum and check a drop of semen. I had a complete breeding soundness exam done ...

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