Producers' economic existence depends on the reproductive success of their livestock, which in turn influences the cost of meat and other animal products for consumers. Animal husbandry relies heavily on the ability of animals to reproduce efficiently. Infertility is a concern in all animal production systems, including aquaculture species, to some extent. Reproductive failure is one of the most major problems limiting animal production systems' output and resulting in millions of dollars in lost revenues each year. Specific and non-specific diseases impair reproduction or the animal as a whole, which affects reproductive activities. Many problems can be solved with proper attention at the appropriate time. Basic research advances our understanding of the core biology of reproduction, allowing for the creation of cutting-edge management strategies that maximise reproductive efficiency while minimising economic loss.
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