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George Perry

Professor & SDSU Extension Beef Reproductive Management Specialist


Animal Science Complex 214
Animal Science-Box 2170
University Station
Brookings, SD 57007

George supports the citizens of South Dakota in his role as a Professor & SDSU Extension Beef Reproductive Management Specialist at the South Dakota State University campus in Brookings.

Also by George Perry

five beef cows standing in a pasture

Using Estrous Synchronization in Natural-Service Breeding Situations

Estrous synchronization is typically associated with artificial insemination (AI) programs, and is therefore often viewed as impractical or impossible to use within natural-service herds.

Group of black angus cows and calves in a pen.

Use of Gender-Selected Semen in Beef Cattle

The use of new technologies by the beef industry usually lags its development by researchers. An example of this would be gender-selected semen. The incorporation of this or any new technology is dictated by its necessity and positive economic advantage.

A beef bull.

Managing Your Bull’s Fertility

Even though we might be a couple of months before the start of your breeding season, now is the time to really be thinking about your herd bulls.