Dutch proofs show CRV on top

CRV has dominated once again with 30 CRV sires appearing on the Dutch Proofs April 2016 top 50 sires list. CRV Ambreed continues to have the largest range of overseas sires available of any genetics company in New Zealand. If you want to achieve greater production, greater genetic diversity and... read more ›

CRV Ambreed offers genetic solution to increase FE tolerance in dairy cattle

New Zealand dairy farmers must act now and use the right targeted genetics to breed cattle that are more resilient to facial eczema. That’s the message from CRV Ambreed’s research and development manager Phil Beatson who believes the dairy industry could learn a great deal from the sheep industry to... read more ›

Breeding programme gives birth to horn-less dairy cows

category Genetics, Research
CRV Ambreed’s latest breeding programme will offer dairy farmers a wider selection of high genetic merit, horn-less cows. The herd improvement company has been developing its polled product line for over a decade, which has been driven by farmers concerned about animal welfare, human safety and the cost of de-horning... read more ›

CRV Ambreed moves into Canterbury research and innovation hub

A new satellite office at the AgResearch Lincoln Campus will create greater visibility in the South Island and better linkages with likeminded partners in the dairy sector for CRV Ambreed. Phil Beatson, research and development manager at CRV Ambreed says it’s important that the herd improvement company is well-connected with... read more ›

$15,000 tertiary scholarship package on offer

Tertiary students interested in a career in the dairy sector could get a financial boost and unique experience in the animal breeding industry thanks to a scholarship programme offered by CRV Ambreed. The herd improvement company offers two scholarships each year; one to a Massey University undergraduate science student and... read more ›