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Progressive Genetics

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New Website

Posted in Category(ies):  Company NewsDairyBeef

We are happy to announce the launch of our new website.

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Posted on Wednesday, 15 October 2014  |  By Progressive Genetics

Daughter Proven vs Genomic: what should your policy be?

Posted in Category(ies):  TipsDairy

We are often asked if daughter proven bulls are superior to genomic proven ones.

We looked at a situation in which we selected only the highest EBI bulls in each year that were either Genomic (GS), Daughter Proven with Irish daughter (DAU Irl) or Daughter proven with foreign daughters (INT dau). We looked at the top 15 bulls in each category, regardless of breed since 2010 and compared the EBI at the time of selection to the current EBI. 

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Posted on Wednesday, 26 March 2014  |  By Progressive Genetics

NCBC Limousins excel at Limousin Society sale

Posted in Category(ies):  Other News

Leading the trade was the Reserve Senior Champion “Roundhill Hot Shot” (pictured below) from the herd of Tim Corridan, Fedamore, Co. Limerick. This very stylish September 2012 born bull is a son of Dollar

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Posted on Tuesday, 25 March 2014  |  By Progressive Genetics

Successful Dairy Meeting

Posted in Category(ies):  Company News

Our recent series of meetings in Sligo, Mayo and Roscommon in conjunction with Teagasc and Aurivo we well attended and well received. The discussion centered on the future milk market and producing milk solids to meet this, the science of the EBI and its effect on real cow performance.Thanks to all who attended.

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Posted on Friday, 21 March 2014  |  By Progressive Genetics

Decisions on Crossbreeding

Posted in Category(ies):  Tips

Cattle Breeding is about maximizing genetic gain for the selected traits. Also when crossbreeding hybrid vigor is a bonus. So how do we make best use of both?

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Posted on Friday, 14 February 2014  |  By Progressive Genetics

Getting your cows cycling with Synchronization

Posted in Category(ies):  Tips

How to Ensure cows are at least 40 days calved and in good condition?

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Posted on Monday, 1 July 2013  |  By Progressive Genetics

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