Natural Mating can be Complicated
Farmers have long been plagued by the inefficient process of natural breeding. While it might seem easier on paper, natural breeding can be inefficient, costly, and dangerous for farmers as well as animals. In natural breeding, males can end up depositing too much semen into the cow than required. Not only is the process exhausting, but also limits the number of mating a male can perform. Also, natural breeding can lead to transmission of venereal diseases among the animals and injuries as a bull is physically stronger than a cow and during mating season, they tend to get more aggressive as well.