AI Training 2018

category Business news
CRV Ambreed offers AI Training Schools throughout New Zealand. Our trainers are experienced in all aspects of AI and provide training for both the DIY client as well as anyone who may be interested in joining our team of professional AI technicians. Click here to read more and to register.

Photo Competition “The cows you love to milk”

category Business news
Love your herd and love photography? Photos are being sought from farmers with CRV herds, showcasing the cows you “love to milk”. We are looking for cow, herd and farm images, to celebrate our slogan Better Cows | Better Life. CRITERIA: CRV sired animals. Friesian, Jersey, Cross-breed or Ayrshire. Scenic or creative... read more ›

FAST FORWARD 2018 – Latest InSires and a new Graduate

category Genetics, Other
Fast forward your genetic gain by using the next generation of Insires now. Create high indexing Friesian heifer calves for the replacement market. Introducing early release InSires : EDGECOMBE SB TATAWAI S1F (Beamer x Blitz x Export) LORNLACE HH DESIGN-ET S3F (Hothouse x Mint Edition x Extasy) MEANDER AMPLIFIER-ET S2F (Beamer x... read more ›

From rural banking to cow genetics: meet the new CRV Ambreed field consultant for Taranaki Gill Haenga

category Other, Services
New CRV Ambreed field consultant Gill Haenga knows the roads and the people of the Taranaki region well. Over the past 12 years, as a rural account manager for ASB Bank in New Plymouth, she travelled extensively around Taranaki region meeting farmers. As CRV Ambreed’s newly appointed field consultant for... read more ›

Canterbury dairy farmers will benefit from genetic solution to nitrogen reduction

category Genetics, Research
Canterbury dairy farmer John Tanner has been working hard to improve sustainability on his Leeston farm, Dunlac Dairies Ltd. The farm is located in the Selwyn Waihora catchment and is just 20 kilometres from Lake Ellesmere (Te Waihora), which is considered one of New Zealand’s most important wetland areas. On... read more ›