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George A. Perry

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South Dakota State University

100 Administration Lane

Brookings, South Dakota,57007

United States

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About South Dakota State University: Founded in 1881, South Dakota State University is the state's Morrill Act land-grant institution as well as its largest, most comprehensive school of higher education. SDSU confers degrees from six different colleges repres...more

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The American Dairy Science Association > About ADSA > ADSA Branches > Midwest Branch > Midwest > Awards

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George A. Perry
South Dakota State University George A. Perry South Dakota State University K. L. Gebhart*, B. L. Perry, M. G. Gonda, C. L. Wright, R. C. Bott, and G. A. Perry, South Dakota State University, Department of Animal and Range Sciences, Brookings.


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According to George Perry, a reproductive physiologist and South Dakota State University animal science professor, synchronized AI has become more practical than ever due to the identification of beef sires with highly accurate expected progeny differences (EPDs) and a cattle market structure that can reward producers for quality.
Additionally, synchronized AI is more practical because of advancements in estrus-synchronization protocols. Speaking at the Applied Reproductive Strategies in Beef Cattle (ARSBC) symposium hosted Aug. 17-18 in Davis, Calif., Perry reminded the audience that successful implementation of synchronized AI still hinges on good management.


Applied Reproductive Strategies in Beef Cattle

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George Perry Dr. George Perry Associate professor, beef reproductive management, South Dakota State University. Dr. Perry was raised in south-central Texas on a small cattle operation. He received his bachelor's degree in animal science from Texas A&M University. He obtained a master's degree and a doctoral degree in reproductive physiology from the University of Missouri, with a large portion of his doctoral research conducted at the USDA research station in Miles City, Mont. Dr. Perry joined the faculty of South Dakota State University in August 2003. He serves as an associate professor and the beef Extension specialist in reproductive physiology. His research efforts are in the area of factors that influence reproductive efficiency and pregnancy success. Some of his current research has focused on understanding why variation occurs between herds with fixed-time AI protocols.


Applied Reproductive Strategies in Beef Cattle

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George Perry George Perry Assistant professor, beef reproductive management, South Dakota State University. George Perry was raised in south-central Texas on a small cattle operation. He received his bachelor's degree in animal science from Texas A&M University. He obtained a master's degree and a doctoral degree in reproductive physiology from the University of Missouri, with a large portion of his doctoral research conducted at the USDA research station in Miles City, Mont. Dr. Perry joined the faculty of South Dakota State in August 2003. He serves as an associate professor and the beef Extension specialist in reproductive physiology. His research efforts are in the area of factors that influence reproductive efficiency and pregnancy success. Some of his current research has focused on understanding why variation occurs between herds with fixed-time AI protocols.


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Achieving that goal depends, in part, on early management of heifers and young cows that sets them up for long-term productivity, says South Dakota State University beef reproduction specialist George Perry, PhD. ... Full story.


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