Yes, a healthy cow can become pregnant each year, and
if she does not have a calf one year she can still have a calf the following year.
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she was real young when she had her first calf, which was last year but she didn't have one this year. How many years should we give her to have another calf before we consider her unable to have another one?
What is her weight?
What breed is she?
Was she bred this year?
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1.i don't know her weight for sure, but she looks like she's about the same weight as the other cows her same age.
2.mostly angus with a little herford mixed in.
3.they said the bull was riding her several times during the breding period, so we are pretty sure she was.
Before you breed her, vaccinate her against Leptospirosis, IBR, BVD, and PI3.
You should vaccinate all your cows and heifers.
Make sure the bull bred other heifers that became pregnant.
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