She will produce milk for as long as 6 years without having to breed her again as long as she is milked properly every day.
While there are times that cows could be milked in private farms for extended periods of time, dairy cattle are typically bred in 10-14 month cycles in order to keep milk at a peak production rate.
Cows also run the risk of permanently drying up if they are not halted in progressive stages. Thus farmers often use artificial insemination every 12 months (9 months of pregnancy then 2-3 months of rest). This keeps the cows producing large amounts of milk.
The calf is either used to produce a new milk cow, or in the fate of almost all male calves is sold as veal meat. The average life expectancy of a milk cow is 15-20 years, so the cow is impregnated between 13 and 18 times.
There is no special risk from getting pregnant immediately after an abortion.
Yes, it is possible.
There shouldn't be a problem to get pregnant again.
It all depends when you start ovulating again. You can get pregnant again without ever getting a period since the egg comes before a period. If you breast-feed your period typically comes back later.
A miscarriage should not prevent you from becoming pregnant again.
Absolutely. 1/3 of all pregnancies ends in miscarriage and there are usually no problem getting pregnant again.
You should wait for at least three months before getting pregnant again. Your doctor will do some tests to prevent further miscarriages.
Getting pregnant is very hard or very easy depending on how easily your body conceives
Then you're pregnant again (; It'll be no different the. Getting pregnant the first time. However, your body may be very fatigued.
The body needs to recover.
Yes, there is always a increased chance of getting pregnant when ovulating. When you don't ovulate there is no egg so you can't get pregnant although a orgasm can make you ovulate again.