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I got a lady that Needs a jersey cow bred. She called me in April with one of them in heat, I went and bred her and as of today has not returned . the other one she has been watching for weeks with no obvious signs of heat so I told her we should either sync her or try and jump start her cycle . I would prefer to GnRH watch for heat to breed from 6 to 13 days and PG on day 7
with my schedule and being its just one cow.
what would you suggest
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Any time someone is going to breed a very small group I'd suggest a full sync unless it were at your house.
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You’ve probably already gotten her done but I agree with ez14.
If she’s not showing heats now I would do a 10-14 day cidr co sync on her.
Update on what you ended up doing and the outcome of both breedings?