RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Producers' efforts to improve genetic quality is precisely what allowed cattle raising to be one of the sectors that sustained the country and positioned it as a major player in the global market.
Paraguay is very advanced in terms of reproduction, compared to other countries in the region, said Paraguayan Association of Animal Reproduction (APRA) president Daniel Rehnfeldt, regarding livestock productivity.
He said that this is due to the fact that the veterinary field assigns great importance to reproduction, an extensive and even cumbersome task, which helps the growth of cattle raising with genetic quality and . . .