Did I read that right? 25% of 48? You have 12 sets of twins, Silver?
That is a lot, for sure.
Might be interesting to go back and see if those cows were twins themselves.
One time I was at the vet clinic and there was a list of people who had twin calves for sale.
Every one was a customer of ours, so I am sure that nutrition plays a part--along with genetics.
WB's comment about the body score on cows carrying twins was interesting to me.
I too, think twins make more workload. Hopefully you are past the big rush!
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