Murchison dairy farmer David Thurlow is driving efficiency on his farm and taking control of his entire breeding process using CRV’s sexed semen.
- Dairy farmer Edward Anderton had so much success using sexed semen last season he has had to revise his mating strategy this year to factor in the growth in the number of replacement heifers.
- The Waikato region is currently experiencing a concerning surge in Bovine Viral Diarrhoea (BVD) cases within dairy herds, with the highly contagious disease potentially causing significant economic losses for farmers.
- With mating underway for most South Island dairy farmers, getting heat detection right will be the linchpin of reproductive success and crucial for protecting bottom lines.
- CRV’s new National Herd Testing Manager, Shelley Ryburn, says a dairy downturn is the most important time for herd testing so farmers can identify their top performing cows and the ones taking away from their bottom line.
- As a girl from Christchurch, Giverny Penny’s family didn’t know a cow had to get pregnant to produce milk. Now, as mating season gets underway and with years of dairy farming under her belt, she has found her home with genetics company CRV.
- Murchison dairy farmer David Thurlow is driving efficiency on his farm and taking control of his entire breeding process using CRV’s sexed semen.