_BSE_ Breeding Soundness Exam - Bull Test by huanghengdong


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Lauderdale County Extension Service 	                                                     PH: (731) 635-9551
P.O. Box 27   Ripley, TN 38063 	                                                          Fax :( 731) 635-3483

        (BSE) Breeding Soundness Exam - Bull Test
    "Get your Bull Tested Before Breeding Season Begins"
                                 Saturday, November 12th, 2011 

                               Location: Mr. Larry McCoy's Farm 

                                         1209 Hwy 51 S. 

                                       Ripley, TN 38063 

                                            9:00 a.m.

                                               Dr. Kevin Cox
                                  Cost: 10 or more Bulls - $40 .00/BSE
                                     Less than 10 Bulls - $50/BSE

                                   BS,E Exam includes the following:
                                         Semen Quality and Quantity
                                       • Check Eyes, Feet and L egs
                                    • 	 Vaccination for Vibro & Lepto
                                           Body Condition Scoring

                A sure way to lose a calf crop is to have an infertile bull or a bull with a
        structural defect that would prevent breeding. By having your bull tested, it
        lessens the chances of your bull not being able to settle cows. To have your bull
        or bulls tested simply call the UT E xtension Office at 635-9551 by Monday,
        November 7th with number of bulls being tested from your farm. Bring all
        bulls to Mr. Larry McCoy's Farm listed above. We will begin around 9:00

              For more information on the Breeding Soundness Examination or if
        you have questions, please call JC Dupree, Jr at the UT Extension Office at
        635-9551 or cell 612-3312.

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