breeding performance for type of sons of proven Holstein-Friesian sires. by Wilfried Bernhard Holtmann

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  • Holstein-Friesian cattle,
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ContributionsToronto, Ont. University.
LC ClassificationsLE3 T525 MSA 1962 H65
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Pagination66 leaves.
Number of Pages66
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Crossbreeding: implications for dairy cow fertility and survival. sired by the same 10 proven Norwegian Red AI sires used to. lactation performance of Holstein-Friesian and. Talent Barbara`s first proven son came out inRainyridge Perseus, sired by Jasper with +12 for CONF, +% F and +P.

Barbara will have more proven sons because she was on the St. Jacob`s bull dam program. A TOTAL of Holstein-Friesian sires with 8 or more D. -proved sons was studied to determine the least number of proved sons necessary to estimate accurately the performance of those to be proved later.

The results showed that the av. butterfat production of the sons' daughters increased us more sons were proven, a tendency that also was reflected in greater Cited by: 1. Full text of "Holstein-Friesian aristocracy: containing photographic reproductions of nearly of the greatest and most valuable representatives of the Holstein-Friesian Breed of Cattle; the tabulated pedigree of every lb.

cow, living or dead, as shown by Volume 25 of the official Blue Book; photographic reproductions of the Century Sires; together with the names and records. Comments. Transcription. CATALOGUE “His ability to dominate a mating, regardless of the type of cow he is used on, has been shown by very few sires in Holstein history,” says Rick VerBeek, Holstein sire analyst for Select Sires.

A study of the pedigrees of Holstein-Friesian bulls proved in Iowa Cow Testing Associations before showed: 1. That the bulls with A.R. testing in their pedigrees were used in higher producing herds and had higher producing daughters than the bulls without such testing but, because of the higher production of their mates, the bulls with testing in their pedigrees did not Cited by: 4.

IHFA Recommended Bull Breeding List, Daughter Proven & Genomic AI Sires, December Daughter Proven (D.P.) & Genomic Evaluated (G.S.) AI sires, Production & Conformation Criteria, Ranked on. G+ daughters. A Rotate daughter produced the highly proven Etazon Lord Lilly bull. Lou Etta daughters produced many proven A.I.

sires. Lou Ann’s most famous daughter, Walkup Valiant Lou Ella EX 92 GMD DOM, was a feature of the National Holstein Convention Sale in Norfolk, VA selling as a bred heifer for $33, to Rothrock.

A red and white Holstein. Earlier 13th-century records show cattle of "broken" colours entered the Netherlands from Central Europe. Most foundation stock in the US were imported between and A group of early breeders decreed that animals of any colour other than black and white would not be accepted in the herd book, and that the breed would.

The Canadian Jersey record of performance. (Victoria, B. C., c), by Jersey Breeders' Association of British Columbia and W N Jones (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) Holstein-Friesian herd book. ([Brantford, Ont., etc.], ), by Holstein-Friesian Association of Canada and Holstein-Friesian Association of Canada.

Record of merit. Medically Speaking with Dr. Lauren Harden MasGamers Show Fabian Widjak Podcast Performance On Demand Podcast All Things Haunted Prometheus' Podcast Plan on.

Podcast. Featured Full text of "The Holstein breeder and dairyman" See other formats. Breeding for Beef Production t* Breeding for Beef Production This is the difference between the average performance breeding performance for type of sons of proven Holstein-Friesian sires.

book animals selected for breeding and the average performance of the herd from which they came. selection differential or reach. providing cows to be mated to unproven bulls remains with individual herd owners as one of the.

After the use of genomic young sires crossed the tipping point, the rate of adoption accelerated to the point where the limiting challenge was not consumer demand, but rather the ability of A.I.

companies to supply the semen. Because young sires produce far less semen than mature proven sires, it is hard for A.I. companies to meet demand.

The Facts Jersey x Holstein Crossbreds Breed Breeding Worth ($) Holstein-Friesian Jersey Ayshire Holstein-Friesian x Jersey Guernsey Milking Shorthorn Brown Swiss Other Weighted Average Profitability and Comparison of Jerseys versus Holstein Friesians Table 2.

Introduction. Throughout the history of cattle breeding, at least for breeding of the species Bos taurus, it is and has been widely accepted that the wild form of this animal, the Aurochs (Bos primigenius) was a large long-horned animal that used its horns for fights against predators and amongst each other, and consequently that domesticated cattle should bear horns as by: In the Swiss Hinterwald Breeding Society was founded which today organizes the whole breeding program under its own direction.

The main emphases of the activities consist of animal judging, milk production tests and the supply of breeding animals. The compiling of the breeding and herd book is the real centerpiece of its work. proven sons and proven grandsons All-Canadian and 82 All-American nominations doses of semen sold in 45 countries Chief and Elevation accounted for nearly 25% of genes segregating Holsteins inso heavy was the use of their genes.

This led to concerns regarding inbreeding and narrowing of the genetic base. Other. In the last century, the Zebu cattle were introduced to Brazil where they were extensively crossbred with the herds of native cattle.

The Zebu type or Indian breed are well known for their ability to survive in the tropics, adapted quickly to Brazil and soon populated large areas, considerably improving Brazilian beef cattle breeding. In model [1] the genetic differences among the six crossbred groups were described by the regression of performance Y on two covariates; b 1 is the regression on the expected Holstein-Friesian gene proportion (q) and b 2 is the regression on breed heterozygosity z, defined as the expected proportion of loci in a particular cross that contain.

Since the s these crossed animals were dominating, and so the German Holstein Friesian Cattle was born. In the GDR they crossed the breed with Jersey Cattle and Holstein Friesian Cattle and created the Black Pied Dairy Cattle race. The original breeding type was conservated in the GDR as genetic reserve.

Sterling Sires has a wide selection of proven bulls including Gen-I-Beq Bolton, the Champion brother to Goldwyn with + UK Type and Comestar Outback who, as well as great type (+), has huge lifespan (+), super fertility Index (+) and a breed leading scc (%).

In they contract mated 2, Holstein Friesian cows to selected sires aiming to create a future herd with extreme differences in the fertility breeding values. In about calves were born and they have reared heifers, half with low fertility (Low Fert BV) and half with very high fertility (High Fert BV).

In both experiments proven sires from the active breeding program of Norwegian Red were used as sires. To take into account that selection of sires was external to the experiment, all available data from the Norwegian Red population, including disease records for million first-lactation cows, were analyzed with a multivariate animal model.

Beef performance: The daily gain of Glan sires (Habet-sons) are: 1, g gross gain, 1, g efficieny evaluation gain, and 1, g net gain. The percentage of meat in the carcass is 60 % with a quality class of U2 to R3.

The breeding program of the Black Pied breed aims to produce a type with a milk yield of thousand kg, butterfat content %, live weight of cows not less than kg, udder index of % and milk flow speed of kg per minute by using Holstein-Friesian sires from the U.S.A.

and Canada. proven sons and proven grandsons; All-Canadian and 82 All-American nominations; doses of semen sold in 45 countries; Chief and Elevation accounted for nearly 25% of genes segregating Holsteins in[18] so heavy was the use of their genes.

This led to concerns regarding inbreeding and narrowing of the genetic base. Khongdee et al. Animal Science JournalKosgey et al. Journal of Dairy ScienceCited by: 4. InThe late Mark Keeney, superintendent of the Overbrook Farm in New Jersey, was invited to write a series of articles for Holstein-Friesian WORLD magazine on his feat of developing a multiple year pound butterfat herd average (this in an era when pounds butterfat was considered pretty good in purebred Holstein circles and grade cows were closer to pounds.

Approximate Yield Butterfat Protein percentage of (kg/cow) (%) (%) national herd Ayrshire Holstein/Friesian Guernsey Jersey Dairy Shorthorn Others and crosses Sources: various, including National Dairy Council ().

The rush to get the best of Canadian breeding even prior to the opening of the herd book brought red calves to many dairymen who had never even seen one. Canadian Red and Whites became eligible for registration in the herd book on July 1,through an alternate registry.

"Celebration of 60 years of Black & White breeding" The Irish Holstein Friesian Association, IHFA had a very successful Open Day at the Monamore Herd of Tom & Rhona Kelly and family on Wednesday 24th June It was a very successful day with the cream of Dairy farmers and breeders from Cork to Donegal attending.

Breeding Program. The Longs' breeding decisions are based on a balance of production and type. The Holstein Red Book is used to help identify and sort bulls to be used as service sires. “We look at the top TPI bulls,” Bruce said, “and sort from them based on their pedigree, positive production and favorable type traits.”.

The study was conducted on Holstein‐Friesian non‐pregnant lactating cows, both cyclic (n = 10) and in anestrus type II (n = 23). Uterine biopsy samples were collected before application of intravaginal P4 insert ( g of P4; 8 days) (d1) and one day after removing the insert (d9).

With daughters, a reliability of 93%, #1 among progeny tested sires for the 3rd consecutive proofs release, FLIPEX JB has proven his abilities to bring our distributors and breeders a dairy potential much higher than average with positive contents (Milk +, Prot +, Fat +) along with an extraordinary quality of udders.

The mutation was discovered in Denmark. Genealogical research identified Carlin-M Ivanhoe Bell (registration number ), an elite Holstein-Friesian bull born into be the main ancestor of cattle carrying this mutation.

Because of the superior lactation performance of his daughters, Ivanhoe Bell was used extensively for two decades. Focusing on breeding functional, structurally correct cows, the Jones’ have bred a herd of deep quality, with 72 classified Excellent, a further 95 VG’s and 20 GP two year olds.

Equally, the herd is no stranger to success, as it’s celebrated recent success by picking up its fifth All Wales Premier Herd title in and being named a. The X-Cel program at Model Dairy has been RECORDS ARE KEY TO PROFIT proven by increased milk production and inBy Rod Peeples creased profits each year.

Here are some recent figures: Individual cow production records Annual production per cow (10 month lactation) are most certainly an important and necessary part of any profitable 7, pounds. It takes years to'-determine the success of any breeding program and we feel that the continued production of quality cattle that prove themselves in the form of a "little extra" from the packer buyers speak well for the Murphy Ranch breeding program.

Molecular and Quantitative Animal Genetics sons and grandsons of outstanding performance bulls were being mated to daughters and granddaughters of these same outstanding bulls.

Use of these bulls is predicted to result in continued improvement in cow breeding value for performance traits while lowering levels of inbreeding in the Jersey.

CONGRESS BOOK 2nd INTERNATIONAL BALKAN AGRICULTURE CONGRESS MAY Venue Namık Kemal University, Faculty of Agriculture, Namık Kemal Mahallesi Kampüs Sokak, Süleymanpaşa-Tekirdağ, Turkey.Genetic evaluation of Holstein-Friesian and Jersey sires using records from pure- and cross-bred progeny in New Zealand [microform]: a thesis presented in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Agricultural Science in animal science at Massey University The data used was derived from a field trial involving the mating of 20 proven Holstein sires from each country to Holstein cows in 20 New Zealand and 10 Canadian herds.

The New Zealand data set consisted of daughters of Canadian and New Zealand sires. In Canada, daughters of Canadian and New Zealand sires were available.

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