Dairy Cows

Five Tips to Get Better Conception in Dairy Cows

Management:  Cows

Nutrition:        Concentrate Feeds

Nutrition:         Nutraceuticals

Proper Heat Detection:

One of the most important factors affecting conception rates in cows is proper heat detection. It is important to identify when the cow is in estrus, which is the optimal time for insemination. This can be done through observation of behavioral signs, such as mounting and standing to be mounted by other cows, and using tools such as heat detection aids or electronic monitoring systems.

Quality Semen:

The quality of the semen used for insemination is also critical for achieving good conception rates. Ensure that you are using high-quality semen from a reputable supplier that has been stored and handled correctly. Quality of semen not only depend on the bull traits but also on the storage and handling of semen.

Timing of Insemination:

Insemination should be timed correctly to optimize conception rates. In general, cows should be inseminated 12-24 hours after the onset of estrus. However, this can vary depending on the individual cow and other factors such as the quality of the semen being used.

Insemination Technique:

Proper technique during insemination is essential to ensure the best possible conception rates. Ensure that the insemination equipment is clean and sterile, the inseminator is well trained and that the semen is deposited in the correct location in the cow’s reproductive tract.

Good Herd Management:

Good herd management practices can also improve conception rates. This includes providing proper nutrition, minimizing stress, and ensuring that cows are healthy and free from disease. Regular veterinary check-ups can also help identify and address any issues that may be affecting conception rates.

DairyLac’s core objective has always been producing premium animal feed. In order to do this, we have introduced HACCP (Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points), which focuses on maintaining the cleanliness of buildings, machinery, and products, company is also ISO certified (for strict quality controls system for the sourcing of raw materials as well as during feed production process). Also, DairyLac has received certifications and registrations from both public and private entities that support the industry.

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