Displaying items by tag: CRV AmBreed

Wednesday, 07 October 2020 06:55

Breeding beef to reduce N leaching

Ben and Yvonne Lee weren’t born into farming but have taken it up with vigour.

Published in Management
Tuesday, 15 September 2020 07:25

Putting farmers first

The NZ agriculture sector is more than just a job for CRV Ambreed’s new managing director James Smallwood.

Published in General News
Friday, 21 August 2020 12:57

Right genetics could reduce leaching

Widespread use of genetics for low-N dairy cows could result in a 20% reduction in nitrogen leaching in 20 years, says CRV Ambreed.

Published in Management
Thursday, 09 July 2020 09:04

‘One-stop-shop’ for herd management

A new herd recording tool has been launched by CRV Ambreed.

Published in Farm Health

A pilot trial has begun, seeking to understand a possible link between the methane cows produce and their genetics.

Published in General News

CRV Ambreed’s 2020 line up of bull graduates will provide New Zealand dairy farmers with genetic solutions to future proof their business, the company says.

Published in Farm Health
Friday, 27 September 2019 16:25

CRV Ambreed turns 50

Celebrations have been underway this week at CRV Ambreed to mark its 50thanniversary.

Published in General News
Wednesday, 18 September 2019 11:55

Environmentally friendly calves

Nitrogen leaching on many dairy farms is reducing as the farmers breed from LowN Sires bulls, says the marketer CRV Ambreed.

Published in Management
Friday, 06 September 2019 07:55

Herd genetics not only about money

Selecting the right genetics is no longer only for improving the economic output of a herd, says CRV Ambreed sales and marketing manager Jon Lee.

Published in Farm Health
Wednesday, 04 September 2019 11:55

Genetics firm backs environment awards

CRV Ambreed is now a strategic partner of the New Zealand Farm Environment Trust (NZFET).

Published in General News
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