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November / December 2022 Dairly Pipeline



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Authored by Jeremy Daubert, Extension Agent—ANR, Dairy, Rockingham County, Virginia Cooperative Extension;, John McGehee, M.S. student with Dr. Rebecca Cockrum, Assistant Professor, Dairy Genetics; School of Animal Sciences, Virginia Tech;

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In this issue: Sustainability: It’s not new and it’s here to stay!; Can changes to your FSH stimulation protocol improve embryo outcomes?; Upcoming Events.

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Publication Date

October 31, 2022