Join us with host Sheryl Haitana from the NZ Dairy Exporter as we get excited about all things herd improvement!
Listen and learn about the latest developments and practical tips for improving the health and efficiency of your herd.
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University research by Dr Ky Pohler has shown that the stronger the intensity of a cow’s estrous (heat), the better chance she has of holding her pregnancy.
For this podcast, we have brought together breeders of four different beef breeds – Hereford, Angus, Stabilizer and Belgian Blue. We’re going to learn more about their operations and things to consider when choosing the right breed for your farming operation.
CRV Information and IT Manager Andrew Singers and FarmIQ GM Customer Success Jock Richardson as they chat about myHERD and the collaborative data integration this partnership offers.
CRV Ambreed runs an industry-leading PT programme, which develops the next generation of elite dairy sires. Listen to this episode to find out what’s involved with being a PT farmer and if our programme is right for you.
In this episode, we talk about global genetics, their suitability for NZ farming systems and the benefits for NZ farmers of using CRV’s global sires offering.
Dairy cow fertility underpins the viability and productivity of every dairy business. So how do you determine the key management areas to focus on in order to maximise your herd’s reproductive performance?
CRV Ambreed managing director Angus Haslett has officially taken over the reins as CEO of CRV’s global artificial breeding business.
Listen to find out more about CRV’s latest bull portfolio, the standout sires for the coming season, and industry trends that have influenced CRV’s breeding offer to farmers.
Sheryl Haitana talks to CRV’s Jon Lee and NZAEL’s Brian Wickham about the new genetic evaluation system for dairy cattle and what the changes mean for farmers.
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