With the last indexrun again some nice new bulls are added to our portfolio!
New in CRV Avoncroft’s portfolio are Dazzel, Moutard and Nilson. Manders Dazzel is a Black&White genomic bull with extreme production figures (585kgs milk with +0.17% fat and +0.05% protein) and an outcross pedigree. Delta Moutard Red is a Red&White genomic bull with extreme components (+0.25% fat and +0.16% protein). Moutard also has an outcross pedigree (Bram rf x Cupido x Jerudo) and his daughters will have excellent udders and easy calvings.
Also new in our portfolio is daug…read more ›
Interested how grass based farming systems are operating in New Zealand or do you want to get more insight in the breeding philosophy behind our CRV Avoncroft – Ambreed product? From 13 November until the 2nd of December the New Zealand grazing experts Sue Duffy and John Preece are over in the UK. They look forward to meeting you.
I have been involved with the NZ Dairy Industry for almost my whole life. Raised on a dairy farm, AB Technician and working for CRV for over 14 years, latterly as a Regional…
As from the beginning of September Tim Martin was appointed as a sales representative for CRV Avoncroft.
Tim comes with a wealth of experience from within the industry and has been a dairy farmer as well. As working for Genus, and formerly the MMB as well as Semex, also being one of the first Lay Technicians for embryo transfer in 1986. “I started working in the AI industry in the late 70s, when bulls were predominantly tested through the DPTS scheme, and bulls- proofs only occurred once a year! And there were virtually no USA genetics available, but how things have…read more ›
Welcome! You are now visiting the new website of CRV Avoncroft. On this website you can find all the information about CRV Avoncroft, about our products and of course about all the bulls we offer. Please have a look around! And do you have questions? At this page you can find a CRV Avoncroft representative in your region, or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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