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Nitrogen leaching on many dairy farms is reducing as the farmers breed from LowN Sires bulls, says the marketer CRV Ambreed.
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.
Various tools and technologies are now available to help dairy farmers optimise heat detection, says CRV Ambreed.
CRV Ambreed has a new national artificial breeding manager, Craig Scott. He was formerly national franchise manager at pregnancy tester Ultrascan Ltd.
Five gold coloured semen straws each representing a $2000 cash prize will entice farmers during the artificial breeding season.
Dairy farmers are being sought for a progeny testing to develop the next generation of elite dairy sires.