Economic Aspects of Sterility
The frequency of sterility is constant. Approximately 15% of the demands for insemination are refused or postponed.
The frequency of each cause varies little.
Physiological sterility represents 30 to 40% of these causes.
Pathological sterility represents 60 to 65% or we may say 1 cow in ten is sterile.
The cases of casting are not numerous (less than 1% of the livestock).
96.5% of the pathological sterility cases can be treated and 80% cured rapidly.
KeywordsEconomic Consequence Meat Production Pelvic Organ Total Loss Ovarian Cyst
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