New Catalogue Beef Sire Catalogue January 2018

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Our New Beef Catalogue is now available online. 

We are excited to bring you our latest Beef Catalogue (based on the latest proofs from ICBF, January 2018) featuring 76 bulls (there are over 180 on our website), All Bulls featured in our new catalogue are BDGP qualified for general usage (4 or 5 star, within or across breed for Terminal or Replacement Index). 

Featuring top sires:

  • Castleview Gazelle ZAG, No. 1 Limousin bull available on Replacement Index, €191
  • Moondharrig Knell LM4217, No. 2 Limousin bull available on Replacement Index, €168
  • Keltic Handsome OKH, No. 3 for Replacement Index on the active bull list, €138
  • Cavelands Fenian LZF, No. 1 Charolais available for the fertility traits; age at 1st Calving & Calving Interval
  • Beguin SA4059, the No. 1 bull on the Replacement Index
  • Serpentin ZSD, No. 1 Beef Sire across all breeds on Carcass Conformation
  • Lisnacrann Fifty Cent SI2469, the No. 1 Easy Calving Simmental
  • And Many more!

PLUS a number of RISING STARS like:

  • Liseron CH4320, his pedigree is a stack of proven superior maternal sires; Castor X Tombapik X Poplulair
  • Lapon CH4321, a new bloodline for Ireland, Lapon WAS purchased from a French performance test centre where he did an excellent weight gain 
  • Stoneyroyd Halcyon Matrix (P) SH4209, who combines an exceptional phenotype with a strong pedigree for maternal & terminal traits
  • Allowdale Rory 594 HE4292, the No. 1 Hereford bull available on Terminal Index
  • Delure a true blue, classified well for length, pelvis width & bone structure
  • Carrigroe Natiowide AA4375, an Elevator son with exceptional temperament 
  • And others! 

Liseron CH4320

Contents:

  • Pages 3 - 35 Sires available by breed
  • Pages 36 - 41 BDGP info & listing
  • Pages 42 - 43 Pre-order sires
  • Pages 44+ Steps to make AI easy, plus Moocall HEAT, HerdApp & much more!

Check it out here

Posted on Friday, 2 February 2018  |  By Progressive Genetics
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