JAN 2020 UPDATE, COMPLIMENTS OF THE SEASON AS ANOTHER YEAR ROLES AROUNDposted by: kerrah, 21st Dec, 2019 1:34pm on the Kerrah Simmentals website
MAKE YOUR BBQS GREAT WITH THE GOOD SAUSAGEposted by: admin-herefordprime, 3rd Dec, 2019 10:42am on the Hereford Prime website
Ignoring the background noise of climate change and water reform 2019 has been another good year for farming around most of the country with good prices and reasonable seasons. This years sale bulls are looking better than ever with sons from Kerrah Allrounder, Defender, Beyond Doubt and Glenside Crumpy among the leading bulls. The sale date is Tuesday 19th May 2020 mark it in your Dairy even if it is just to come and look at awesome line of bulls
PRICING UPDATE FOR MICROSATELLITE TESTINGposted by: admin-pbb, 29th Nov, 2019 11:32am on the PBBnz website
Waikato Hereford Prime partner, Magills Artisan Butchery has teamed up with Good George Brewing to produce the perfect pairing just in time for summer.
Family-owned butchery, Magills have done the summer season a favour and created a premium sausage using a favourite Waikato craft beer from Good George Brewing.
THE POVERTY BAY A+P SHOWposted by: admin-herefordprime, 29th Nov, 2019 9:38am on the Hereford Prime website
The price of several Microsatellite tests has increased from October 2019 onwards due to a pricing review at the Massey lab. Most tests are not affected by the increase but the following tests are:
DINING ON HEREFORD PRIMEposted by: admin-herefordprime, 29th Nov, 2019 9:30am on the Hereford Prime website
Thanks Wilencote Herefords for supporting the Hereford Prime brand recently at the Poverty Bay A+P Show.
RAUPUHA STUD - 2019 RAM SALEposted by: admin-raupuha, 4th Nov, 2019 12:37pm on the Raupuha Stud website
Hereford Prime grass-fed beef specialists in high-end fine dining and retail outlets.
The chefs who choose to offer Hereford Prime do so for the genuine story behind the beef, the quality control, the flavour and texture of the beef.
YOUR ONE-STOP-SHOP FOR GENETIC TESTINGposted by: admin-pbb, 27th Sep, 2019 9:28am on the PBBnz website
19th November 2019, 12 noon start.
RENOWNED GENETIC SCIENTIST DORIAN GARRICK WILL JOIN THE PERFORMANCE BEEF BREEDERS (PBB) BOARD AT THE END OF SEPTEMBER.posted by: admin-pbb, 26th Sep, 2019 1:43pm on the PBBnz website
Today, PBB is proud to announce the launch of the PBB-Neogen Angus GS genomics offering.
PBB and Neogen have partnered up and this partnership sees PBB becoming the Neogen distributor for New Zealand. PBB have put together specific genomic bundles for Angus aiming to offer discounts by bundling parentage verification, genomic profiling, genetic conditions and wet TSU’s. Each bundle can also include a BVD test for only $8.50.
WHAT’S IN A TREND, TOTARANUI'S ANGUS PURE INDEXposted by: daimien, 2nd Sep, 2019 11:03am on the Totaranui website
Professor Dorian Garrick, PhD, BAgrSc(Hons), is Chief Scientist and Director at Massey University’s AL Rae Centre. The AL Rae Centre is a world leader in the field of quantitative breeding, genetics and genomics working to benefit New Zealand’s agricultural sector.
He is also a Professor of Animal Breeding and Genetics at Massey’s School of Agriculture and Environment.
Mr Garrick will replace Shane McManaway, Chief Executive Officer of Allflex Asia-Pacific and China on the PBB board.
2019 YEARLING BULL SALE CATALOGUE NOW ONLINEposted by: admin-totaranui, 2nd Sep, 2019 11:00am on the Totaranui website
A trend is important for a stud breeder, a commercial breeder and a finisher, as we’re all in it for one thing, to pay the bills and have some profit on the other side. We want to know where the genetics are taking us in relation to where the market is going. A commercial breeder is not a lot different to a stud breeder, the sire selection decisions he or she makes impacts on their herd for generations – the daughters from a bull purchase will be in the herd for potentially 10 years – and their daughters, and so on. To make a change in one’s program, therefore, takes time, and quite some consideration in the genetics to use.
SALES CATALOGUES FOR ANNUAL YEARLING BULL SALE ARE NOW AVAILABLE!posted by: Sue Henderson, 4th Aug, 2019 3:06pm on the Craigmore Herefords website
This year’s bulls on sale at the Totaranui yearling sale offer plenty of choice for everybody. With over a 100 bulls catalogued no one should leave the sale disappointed they have missed out, including those looking for cow bulls. Angus low birth weight bulls are becoming more popular because they are predictable – you can be reassured they have been bred for heifer mating, have been weighed at birth and have good ebv sets for ease of calving. Research suggests that the biggest influence over successful heifer mating is bull selection. It’s not the only factor, but a very good start.
This year’s calving season has been good with kind weather early on, then the return to the normal horizontal rain for a week has bought us back to reality. All the best for the spring, may the lamb and beef prices stay sustainable. We look forward to seeing you on sale day, please feel free to call in to view the bulls anytime.
View Sale Catalogue
CRAIGMORE HEREFORD YEARLING BULL SALE 2019posted by: Sue Henderson, 21st Jul, 2019 2:35pm on the Craigmore Herefords website
Pleae contact us on 0211661389 or at Craigmore.firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like us to send you one.
Or access our eBook;
Monday 9th September 2019, at 12.30pm
At the stud property: 429 Rukuhia Road, RD 2, Ohaupo
100 Registered Well Grown Bulls
All bulls SNP DNA tested to verify parentage and improve accuracy of EBVs
We have bulls that will suit beef and dairy farmers
Catalogues will be available soon!
Please contact David on 0211661389 or email email@example.com if you want us to send you a catalogue or if you have any queries.