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CRV Ambreed is demonstrating a new industry-leading herd-testing device at this year’s National Fieldays.
A large-scale dairy farmer, among the first in New Zealand to introduce facial eczema (FE) tolerant genetics into his dairy herd, says they are an “essential tool for dairy farming,” reports CRV Ambreed.
With the threat of climate change confronting New Zealand dairy farming, CRV Ambreed says their tropical dairy breed may provide a solution.
Hot, muggy conditions this year were a pointed reminder to dairy farmers to breed animals more tolerant of facial eczema (FE) and more resistant to the disease long-term, says CRV Ambreed.
CRV Ambreed's highest ranked Jersey bull died this month. Pukeroa TGM Manzello produced 467 daughters in 173 herds in New Zealand alone. He died from a progressive illness.
Dairy farmers wanting to produce healthier and more efficient animals can now make this part of their breeding programme, says herd management firm CRV Ambreed.
Leading herd management company CRV Ambreed, has appointed two new members to its senior management team.
CRV Ambreed managing director Angus Haslett says the opening of a new bovine semen production and distribution facility in Hamilton marks the start of a new era for the company.