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Hundreds of thousands of straws from low-MUN bulls available for farmers

CRV Ambreed has made a genetic discovery it anticipates will reduce nitrogen leaching on New Zealand farms by 20% within 20 years and result in a more sustainable dairy industry.

 

In what’s thought to be an international first, the dairy herd improvement company has announced it will market bulls that are desirable for traditional traits as well as being genetically superior for a new trait that is related to the amount of urea nitrogen in milk.

 

CRV Ambreed is now selling semen from bulls whose daughters will have reduced concentration of Milk …

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Breakthrough genetics looking at cutting nitrogen leaching by 20% in NZ

CRV Ambreed has made a genetic discovery that it anticipates will result in a more sustainable dairy industry and potentially reduce nitrogen leaching on New Zealand farms by 20% within 20 years.

 

In what’s thought to be an international first, the dairy herd improvement company has announced it will market bulls that are desirable for traditional traits as well as being genetically superior for a new trait that is related to urea nitrogen in milk.

 

CRV Ambreed is now selling semen from bulls whose daughters will have reduced concentration of Mi…

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CRV Ambreed hosts American Forage & Grassland Council

CRV Ambreed has shown members of the American Forage & Grassland Council how to get the best out of dairy cow genetics in a hybrid farming system on a client’s Waikato farm.

CRV Ambreed Global Product Manager Grazing Peter van Elzakker hosted 22 council members, led by University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences Associate Professor Dennis Hancock, on client John Pouls’ dairy farm north of Te Awamutu. Forage extension specialist Professor Hancock met Mr van Elzakker through CRV USA.

Mr Pouls, who has been using CRV Ambreed genetics…

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It’s All In The Herd #iambreeding

Catch up on the latest news from CRV Ambreed in our Winter newsletter.
Topics covered include:

The added value of our genetics
Next crop of superstars hit the market
New five-star production centre
Crossbreeds show strength
Introducing new staff and MORE…

CRV Fieldays Newsletter Winter 2016

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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 access unique dairy breeds, CRV is your first port of call. Our team’s global experience combined with our local knowledge of grazing systems will help you select the right genetics to support your herd improvement goals.  Added to that, you won’t compromise on quality.

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