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Iowa Beef Center
313 Kildee Hall
Iowa State University
Ames, IA 50011-3150
Phone: 515-294-BEEF (2333)
Fax: 515-294-3795
beefcenter@iastate.edu

last updated: May 7, 2014

 

Estrus Synchronization Planner
Beef Reproduction Task Force

The Beef Reproduction Task Force is providing this planner tool free of charge. Please register at the link below to receive access to the Excel® spreadsheet. Your contact information will allow us to notify you when updates occur.

Register to download Estrus Synchronization Planner v14 (click)

(Note, the primary Excel® file of the planner is updated as of 5-7-14.)

Download Tips for Bovine Estrus Synch Program Users

Learn more about the Estrus Synchronization Planner

Supporting Documents

Preferred Systems

Heifers - E-AI

Cows - E-AI

Heifers - E-AI with Cleanup AI

Cows - E-AI with Cleanup AI

Heifer - Timed AI

Cow - Timed AI

Less Preferred Systems

Superseded Systems

About the Estrus Synch Planner

Beef Reproduction Task ForceThe Beef Reproduction Task Force is providing this planner tool free of charge. The Microsoft® Excel compatible spreadsheet assists herd managers in making the right management decisions and establishing a program calendar for each day and each task.The Estrus Synchronization Planner works with your program to:

Need help with the Estrus Synchronization planner? Call 515-294-9910

Resources

IBC Growing Beef Newsletter |Subscribe|

IBC Research & Publications

IBC Software

ISU Beginning and Young Livestock Producer Network

ISU Resources

Water Quality Initiatives for Small Iowa Beef and Dairy Feedlot Operations (IMMAG)

Cattle Industry Resources

Applied Beef Reproductive Strategies in Beef Cattle

eXtension Beef Cattle Community

National Beef Cattle Evaluation Consortium

National Program for the Genetic Improvement of Feed Efficiency of Beef Cattle

University of Nebraska--Lincoln Beef Extension Program