Important tips to improve conception rate in cattle
Artificial Insemination is a common practice in agriculture and dairy farming. It involves collecting semen sample from a bull (or tup or stallion or buck or anything else) to breed a female counterpart, against using a live sire. The collected semen is frozen in ‘straws’ for future use and an AI worker, or a vet introduces it to the animal at an appropriate time when it is in ovulation (heat) cycle.
The success rate of conception in a cow majorly depends on its heat cycles. For a cow to be efficient in reproductive performance, the farmer must detect its heat cycle and inseminate it at the right time. Missing heat cycles lowers the rate of conceiving, hence your farm output.