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Samen NZ – New 2015 Breeding Guide NOW available

Samen NZ Breeding Guide 2015In the era of modern technology and with thousands of bulls with genomic data available to us, it is becoming increasingly difficult to choose new bulls that possess the qualities that dairy farmers are looking for. But you now us, we are committed to sourcing the best Global Genetics so that we can provide you with practical breeding advice based on particular breeding news within your herd.

We are confident that this catalogue has some fantastic bloodlines that possess superb production, health and durability traits.

Download your copy here

aAa Video now available

videoOur Breed the Need programme focuses strongly on the aAa principles. We are very thankful that Tracey Zimmerman has allowed us the opportunity to access her video to put on our website.
aAa®  is a dairy cattle breeding guide used worldwide since 1950. aAa® approved analysers are unbiased and independent breeding consultants who do not represent any A.I.. organization.  Many A.I. companies and dairy breeders throughout the world employ the services of aAa®.  aAa® numbers are shown left to right for a bull in the order he sires them and for a cow in the order she needs them.  By closely matching the aAa® numbers of a bull to the aAa® numbers of a cow, dairy breeders increase their chances of getting a bull’s above average daughters and breeding more balanced, healthy, profitable and long lasting cattle.
For more information on aAa®, visit www.aaaweeks.com
Or contact New Zealand’s aAa® approved analyser:
Tracey Zimmerman

AFTERSHOCK continues to add large numbers

AftershockAFTERSHOCK continues to add large numbers of daughters to his type and production proofs, giving them even higher reliability.complete all-round bulls for type and production in the industry,’’

AFTERSHOCK is a consistent type and production transmitter with 91 per cent GP or better for type with daughters all over the world showing outstanding dairy strength and excellent udders – they are consistent show winners for their breeders.