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A replacement heifer represents the most costly improvement in a herd's genetics. Since reproductive traits are lowly heritable, cattle producers must manage within the environment.
Researchers at the Noble Research Institute are taking a novel approach by investigating small peptides as a way to potentially help improve plant stress tolerance.
It is important to properly develop heifers before the breeding season and to continue managing them during and after the calving season.
Noble Research Institute economics program lead and agricultural economics consultant Myriah Johnson, Ph.D., and agriculture technology applications coordinator Dillon Payne have been selected to participate in Oklahoma Agricultural Leadership Program (OALP) Class XIX.