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One in a Million

Leading distributor of elite bovine genetics, World Wide Sires (WWS) UK is for a limited time only offering world renowned proven bull, England-Ammon Million for only £22.50 a straw*.

Million daughter: Holland Million 1794

Million daughter

Boasting type, milk, longevity and calving ease, the Comestar Outside son traces directly back to one of the ‘queens of the breed’ – Snow’N Denises Dellia EX95.

On 26 June, Million once again topped the Holstein USA registration listings with 170 new progeny registered – a significant achievement considering this 2003 born sire has headed the list over 20 times.

Heavily used as a sire of sons, progeny from this sought-after bull have consistently demanded top prices at UK auctions including 45,000gns for Willsbro Sarah Million, 20,000gns for Willsbro Million Caramel and 13,000gns for Drointon Million Rosie.

Held in high esteem throughout the industry, second crop daughters are classifying very well in the US and UK progeny are set to follow suit.

Bryan Challenor, WWS UK Livestock Manager says: “Daughters in the UK close to calving are looking extremely good at this stage. All are medium stature, possess good strength with really good bone quality and udder texture. Their teat placement looks outstanding and another phenomenal feature is the very high conception rates being achieved by many satisfied customers.”

For more information contact your local WWS salesman or call FREEPHONE: 0800 1613371.

*on volume orders.

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