The importance of making adequate, clean water available to cattle year-round was the focus of the Kerr Center’s Water and Livestock Workshop on Saturday, June 11. Folks from Oklahoma and Arkansas listened to experts from the center and OSU Cooperative Extension explore water quality and ways to keep water clean on a working ranch.
Reproduction and the Bottom Line
This presentation discusses the management of goat reproduction to maximize profits. It covers basic goat reproductive anatomy and physiology, the effect of single births on profits and techniques for avoiding them, problems during pregancy, ultrasound and blood testing, artificial insemination, embryo transfer, and buck breeding soundness exams. It was used in the Oklahoma Beginning Farmer and Rancher Program.
Author: David Sparks, D.V.M.