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WHAT’S IN THE FLASK?


The Journal investigates what bulls are proving popular with a selection of our members


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Name: Hugh Guthrie Prefi x: Mosside No of cows: 110 Long term breeding goal:





To breed cubicle trained and functional cows Selection criteria: +2 Type, +2 Feet & Legs, positive chest width, average stature, positive health traits AI sires: Zeber, Trigger, Orageux, History, Destry, Adonis Red, Addiction-P Red


Name: Will Glen Prefi x: Distinctive No of cows: 100 Long term breeding goal:





Good all-round functional cows with strength, good udders and feet and legs Selection criteria: +300kgs Milk, positive Fertility, +2 Type. I’m looking for balanced Type but not extreme AI sires: Shamrock, Zelgadis, Trigger, Orageux, Ingenius, Doodad, Alexander, Iota (sexed) and Pesky (sexed)


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Name: Tom Riley Prefi x: Halloverhill No of cows: 180 Long term


breeding goal: A cow with sound type


that produces a vast amount of quality milk


Selection criteria: +2 Type, +500 Milk, positive Fertility, low SCC AI sires: Irresistable, Cruise, AltaMeteor, AltaParquet, Silver


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Name: Matthew Beeston Prefi x: Rodeo No of cows: 160 Long term breeding goal:





Effi cient milk production and a long lasting cow Selection criteria: +2.5 Type, 700kgs Milk, +2 Feet &


Legs, +ve health traits AI sires: Bookem, Cancun, Topsy, Camelot, Dorcy, Gillespe (using 50% sexed semen including 50% sexed on cows)


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Name: Rhys Jones Prefi x: Brynmaen No of cows: 160 Long term breeding goal: Breeding a cubicle- friendly cow that lasts. Aiming for good feet and legs, with width and strength throughout Selection criteria: positive Fertility, +2 Feet & Legs and +2 Type. Bulls must be from a good cow family and have an attractive sire stack AI sires: Dorcy, Doorman, Meridan (sexed), Saviour (sexed), Bolton, Fever, Minicio, Saloon (sexed) and


HungerAltaParquet, Silver





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