Brings a cow into estrus. I've been pondering this subject for awhile. One guy told me it has to due with the weather, another one tells me it is the amount of daylight hours that triggers a hormone (I think he's onto something). One guy even told me it had to due with the amount of precipitation your area has recieved . And the best one of all, he tell's me that it has to due with global warming .
Does it happen at the exact same time every year? Is it the smell of a cow in estrus that triggers the bull into going nuts or is it the same thing that triggers both a cow and a bull?
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