Yeah dun. I thought it was more informative than it is. I tried to listen to the Webinar and couldn't stand to listen to the woman presenting it. Then-I tried to delete the topic and can't do that either. :hide:
"The recommendation is one bull per 25 cows, but results from the first year showed that one bull produced just one calf while the highest was 53 calves. The average was 21 calves per bull."
I would hate to end up with a bull that produced one calf.
Something I am not clear about after reading the article is how the cattle were managed. Were all the cattle together or were they in smaller herds? I would think if there are multiple bulls together that the dominant bull would be keeping other bulls from breeding. But if that low-performing bull were on his own he might produce many calves.