Product benefits

  • The team best suited to your herd
  • Confidence that you are getting a good deal
  • Inbreeding protection using PortaBull

With Automate, mating decisions are made easy. If you prefer CRV Ambreed making the sire selection for you, use our easiest ordering package available, and you only pay for the straws you use!


1.Choose the team you want to use

o   Friesian Cross (F12-J4)          o   Friesian Cross (F12-J4) A2A2

o   Cross Cross (F8-J8)           o   Cross Cross (F8-J8) A2A2

2.Order what you think you will need, only pay for what you use, using our BULLPAY* option.

  0-749 A2A2 0-749 750-1499 A2A2 750-1499 1500+ A2A2 1500+
Straw Price $13.70 $13.95 $11.70 $11.95 $10.70 $10.95
In The Cow Price $19.70 $19.95 $17.45 $17.70 $16.45 $16.70

*To qualify for BULLPAY you must use PortaBull. BULLPAY means you can order what you think you will need and pay for what you actually use.

We’ve been using CRV Ambreed’s bulls for the past three years and as DIY inseminators, have found having all our semen from the start gives us the flexibility to do inseminations when we want to. Flexibility is important to us as I work full time as an accountant in town, so being able to meet up with our CRV Ambreed rep in the evenings and on weekends has been useful. I would absolutely recommend CRV Ambreed. We pick from their top sires because as 50:50 sharemilkers our herd is our biggest asset. Being Once-a-Day milkers from December onwards (which is earlier than most dairy farmers) we really look for longevity in our bulls. Specifically, we look for bulls who produce daughters with strong udders and we like to chase high protein. When benchmarked, our herd’s performance is exceptional in terms of live weight production and comparable on total output, even though we are a grass-focussed system with an early Once-a-Day date. This also applies for reproductive aspects with very low empty rates with no intervention. We focus on genetics to breed healthy, fertile cattle which produce milk efficiently, and survive many lactations, and longer lactations. We think the new LowN Sires are very interesting. Any steps we can take towards having less nitrogen in the environment is positive. The development of these new sires is a great stepping stone for some farms that are going to have to change in the near future to meet new legislation.

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