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Goldies Jackpot daughters selling for 5 figure sums

Posted in Category(ies):  Company NewsOther NewsBeef

A pedigree Limousin heifer bred by Tom Bailey (Bailey Limousins) sired by Goldies Jackpot topped a premium production sale that took place on Monday, June 4, in Roscrea Mart, selling for 5 figure sums.

A total of 51 heifers went under the hammer, 17 in-calf and 34 maidens; these heifers came from the Bailey Limousin, Ballinrahin Limousin and Grangeford Limousin herds.

Described as a “super heifer” with “an outstanding future”, sale-topper Baileys Minnie was sired by Goldies Jackpot and is out of Baileys Irene.

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Posted on Friday, 8 June 2018  |  By Progressive Genetics

Beef on Dairy May 2018

Posted in Category(ies):  Company NewsDairyBeef

We have a wide selection of Beef bulls available, across breeds, fulfilling distinct farmer requirements plus some of of new beef on dairy test sires.

Ticking various boxes: 

  • Short Gestation - Christon Elton AA2123 at -4.1 days, Maverick AA4088 -3.6 days, Matteo AA4089 -3.5, Nutcracker HE4298 -3.5, Northern Star HE4297 -3.0, amongst others. 
  • Easy calving - Maverick AA4088 (1.5% CD at 91% reliability) & Matteo AA4089 (1.4% CD at 90% reliability) 

Some of the new beef on dairy test sires available are:

Moorside 1 Panda(P) HE4643, bred for calving ease and short gestation from Moorside 1 Joseph's 3/4 sister. An excellent quality well-muscled thick bull. Selected for easy calving & short gestation with good quality.

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Posted on Thursday, 14 June 2018  |  By Progressive Genetics

The Affect of Heat Stress on Bulls

Posted in Category(ies):  Other NewsTipsDairyBeef

Heat stress is a real problem, particularly for stock bulls at the moment.

A report from Kentucky University states that: "Bulls Natural service is still utilized on many dairy farms. Therefore, the importance of maintaining fertility in bulls is important. Bulls can be heat stressed when exposed to temperatures of 80°F (26.7°C) for merely 6 hours a day and the effects can last 9 weeks or more after the heat stress.

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Posted on Thursday, 28 June 2018  |  By Progressive Genetics