Veterinary ultrasound scanner is widely used in the field of cow breeding, but its development in the country is limited due to several factors. This is first manifested in the use of rectal exploration and vaginal exploration in cattle breeding. However, in the process of exploration, both of them need to be grasped by the rectum, and the process is cumbersome. In vitro detection overcomes this defect, but there are problems with unclear images and low resolution. Therefore, the key to promoting this technology is to try to improve the accuracy of in vitro detection, making it more than 95%. Secondly, the results of the exploration are based on the experience of the technicians, and the subjectivity is greater. Therefore, in order to improve the detection efficiency, a standard pattern must also be provided for comparison.
Ultrasound imaging can be used to monitor the reproductive system of dairy cows in a non-invasive manner under production conditions and improve reproductive efficiency. In addition, ultrasound imaging technology also has important value in breeding.