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Smart Harvest: AI is way safer, cheaper than keeping a bull for breeding

by www.standardmedia.co.ke
Last week, I explored the topic on nutritional causes of infertility in cows. The article elicited a lot of feedback from readers. Today's article is based on feedback from one of the readers, Mr Chemigin, a farmer from Nandi County.
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