Greater availability of Stabiliser cattle genetics through artificial insemination is the logical next step in the establishment of a low cost, sustainable beef suckler industry in the UK.
More than 30 British Texels from leading flocks across the south of England have headed to Switzerland in the latest export deal for the breed to Continental Europe.
After 13 years in Canada, Steve Jones has joined Nordic Semen UK as Sales Development Consultant.
Skyhigh Lord, the outstanding British Friesian sire from Cogent Breeding is now available sexed.
Cogent Breeding Ltd has strengthened their beef portfolio with the top Hereford sire Romany 1 Frisky.
Cogent Breeding Limited, the UK market leader in sexed semen technology and supply, has announced a groundbreaking, long-term agreement with U.S. counterpart World Wide Sires.
The first Charolais sexed semen is now available. The two bulls on offer, Blelack Digger and Clyth Diplomat have both been selected for their overall potential performance, as well as their maternal traits.
A growing number of countries are taking steps to catalogue, conserve and better manage the genetic diversity of livestock in order to help safeguard the resilience of the world's food production systems, says an informal FAO survey released today.
For the first time ever, female sexed Simmental semen is on sale from a world-class bull, Auchorachan Wizard.
Charolais breeders have officially bucked the genetic trend and made improvements to ease of calving without sacrificing growth rate, according to the latest report from Breedplan, the breed society’s genetic evaluation system.
Anyone with an interest in dairy and beef cattle genetics is urged to take a look at the next British Cattle Conference, which will take place on 26 and 27 January 2010 in Telford.
A son of one of the world’s leading show cows has made it to the UK and is expected to prove an irresistible attraction to dairy farmers with a desire to breed a top show cow.
Sexed beef semen which has a 90 percent chance of producing a male calf is now being marketed in the UK for the very first time.
The commitment by cattle breeding company, Cogent to British agriculture moved up a gear this month when the company’s founder and owner, the Duke of Westminster, officially opened a new extension to Beachin Stud, its Cheshire-based bull housing facility.