1. Improving heat detection

    Detecting cows on heat is critical for a successful herd reproduction programme. DairyNZ team leader for reproduction, Chris Burke, explains.

  2. Getting the basics right lifts repro numbers

    For Wilfred van Beek, getting the basics right in a simple grass-fed system has made herd reproduction outcomes successful and, most importantly, repeatable.

  3. Research finds most pregnancy losses occur in first week

    A new study shows that fertilisation failure and impaired embryo development in the first week are the greatest contributors to pregnancy failure, writes AgResearch senior scientist Debbie Berg.