International Cow Fertility Conference

International Cow Fertility Conference
Castlecourt Hotel
Westport, Mayo, Ireland
Sunday 18 - Wednesday 21 May 2014

Elective reproduction of dairy and beef cattle is critical to global food production and the economic success of cattle farms. With the average dairy and beef cow surviving only three to five lactations respectively, good fertility is the major challenge facing farmers and animal health professionals around the world. This international event will address the issues that will enable the improvement of cow fertility in beef and milk herds whilst maintaining animal health and welfare. Bringing together world experts, the conference will explore the role of nutrition, management, genetics, disease and new technologies in improving cow fertility. A series of workshops will also look at the practical side of fertility, including uterine health, superovulation and embryo transfer, the breeding bull, dry period nutrition, synchronisation and programmes for identifying and monitoring herd fertility.

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