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This guide to rearing dairy replacement heifers in Australia examines how farmers are becoming increasingly aware that heifers, as genetically the best stock on a property, need to be managed accordingly if they are going to realise their potential.
Yet the feeding and management of replacement heifers during the period from weaning to first calving is frequently neglected.
Chapters on target mating and calving liveweights and ages, feeding and disease prevention are included.
Edited by John Morgan and Douglas McLean.