New British Friesian Young Sire Bradash Tournament joins the
line-up at Cogent Breeding Limited, Aldford, Chester.
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Bradash Tournament, sired by breed legend Blackisle Glen Albyn
is out of the 9,912kgs 4.05% Butterfat 3.10% Protein Bradash Torchie
38 BFE 91 family. The milk yields that this family are producing
are pretty impressive with Tournament’s grand dam giving
over 64 tonnes of milk in seven lactations.
This family has been bred and developed by RE Archer Farms Limited,
Ashbourne, Derbyshire over many years and are no strangers to breeding
top quality genetics.
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Sire Analyst, Hugh Pocock states “Tournament’s dam
is one of the most impressive British Friesian cows I have ever
seen. She is incredibly wide and long with a perfectly attached
udder covered with veins. This exciting and unique pedigree Blackisle
Glen Albyn x Newfailand Mr Frosty offers the very best of what
British Friesian genetics!”
This predominately black young bull with superb feet and legs
will be irresistible to any dairy producer who aims to breed long
lasting, robust cattle for the future.
For more information please contact your local breeding advisor
or Cogent Breeding Limited free on 0800 783 7258
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