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Bazeley, personal communication). Age at calving is a function of age at which the farmer decides to start breeding coupled with the success of heifer fertility. Age at first breeding is affected by growth rate, and will generally be postponed if an individual appears too small. The study of Brickell et al. (2009b) found that increased body weight, girth and IGF-I concentration at 1, 6 and 15 months of age and higher rates of skeletal growth from 6 to 15 months were all associated with reduced age at first breeding and at first calving.
Wathes et al. 25 through the day so the time of sampling relative to feeding is not critical (Taylor, Beever, Bryant and Wathes, 2006; Velasquez, Spicer and Wathes, 2008). Low IGF-I at 1 month of age in small calves was a significant risk factor for mortality before 6 months of age (Brickell et al. 2009a). During the first few months of life calves experience major changes in their dietary management, notably at weaning. Housing requirements also change so calves may be re-arranged into different groups.
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