Maura Shenker is a certified holistic nutritionist and health counselor who started her writing career in 2010.
This information should be used as a general guide for healthy pregnancy development, although development may vary due to the mother’s health or a miscalculation of ovulation.
This early part of development lays the foundation for a healthy pregnancy and delivery.
If a possible complication in early pregnancy is suspected, your health care provider will use a combination of blood tests and ultrasound tests to make a clear diagnosis.
However, even if oestrus detection is good, not all of these cows will be pregnant.
On the other hand, up to 7% of pregnant cows will show some signs of oestrus during pregnancy.