Uruguay: There was a record of cow pregnancies, according to the Gestation Workshop

Published Jun 22, 2024

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The National Agricultural Research Institute (Inia) achieved a record pregnancy percentage of 84.1% in its classic Diagnostic Evaluation Workshop, reflecting a favorable climate for breeding. This rate includes cows that were previously declared as wintering cows, which were brought back into the herd due to limited pasture availability. Inia's coordinator, Eng. Esteban Montes, cautions that the 84.1% pregnancy rate may slightly overestimate the average for the country but anticipates a total of 3.2 million calves born, with a pregnancy rate of 74-75% for the cows that were impregnated.
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The National Agricultural Research Institute (Inia) held its classic Diagnostic Evaluation Workshop, marking on this occasion a record pregnancy percentage: 84.1%, in a favorable climate context. Eng. Esteban Montes, coordinator of the Grupos Plan Program, in dialogue with Rurales El País, first highlighted the work that Inia has been doing, “it is very important to know how the hand comes in breeding livestock.” Regarding the percentage obtained, the member of the Agricultural Plan stated that “it was already expected that we could have a fairly high average pregnancy rate like the one that occurred,” he also recalled that in the environment “many failed cows entered, which had been declared as wintering cows last year, but finally they entered the herd again, we had already planned this because there was no good availability of pasture, and the business was not good for wintering either.” At a general level there were early pregnancies, which “is something interesting, it is ...
Source: Agromeat
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