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BREEDERS ACHIEVEMENTS
Canwell Astre Chanel
EX93-7E LP100
Bred and owned J M Griffin
The Chanel family at Canwell originated with
the purchase of a Wenron Baron heifer from the
Huxley herd. As a heifer, she was one of five we
had classified by a Canadian classifier. It was our
first classification, and all five heifers were scored
Good; surprisingly we carried on classifying!
Our 100 tonne Chanel is an Astre daughter out
of an EX-5E Hanoverhill Victor daughter, with a
Banker x Stylist x Baron sire stack behind that. She
bred twin Outside heifers that are now scored
EX90 and EX91, one of which has a VG two-year-
old Jordan; a VG Bellwood now in the Elmcroft
herd and a fancy Charles heifer milking but not
yet classified.
In the show ring, Chanel was shown as a calf in
1996, winning the Midland Club Show, second at
Canwell and third at Ashbourne. In 2000 she was
second Dry Cow at Canwell Show and then second Senior Cow in milk at the 2003 Kenilworth Show. In addition, she has won
several club and NMR family group competitions with her Outside daughters.
John Griffin
Dalesend Pansy 87
EX92-5E LP100
Bred and owned by
Dalesend Farms Ltd
Dalesend Pansy 87 EX92-5E recently
became our latest 100 tonne cow as she
completed her ninth lactation.
Not having the most fashionable of sire-
stacks, you could say she was bred for type
rather than production, though never
having a 305 day lactation below 8,000 kg
and peaking in her seventh with 12,166 kg
at 4.04% fat and 2.95% protein, with two
other lactations over 11,000 kg.
By the French Cleitus son Davron Clei,
her dam was the Quality Wendy’s Senator
daughter Dalesend Pansy 50 RM VG89
7*. Her dam was the Hilltopper Warden
daughter Dalesend Pansy 30 LP80 RM EX90-
3E 13*, followed by the Ridgewardine Judo
daughter Dalesend Pansy 3 RM EC (60) EX93 6*. She was from Dalesend Adema Pansy EX EC(100) 5* who was by Holmland
Adema and out of the Bardra Ragapple Peppio daughter Dalesend Pep Pansy RM RMX VG, tracing her origins back a further
two generations to Bailrigg.
Whilst serving us very well on the production side, Pansy 87 hasn’t done us many favours on the breeding side. Her first
five calves were all bull calves, as were her seventh and eighth, so we only have the two daughters. The eldest is Dalesend
Pansy 147 EX92, now in her fourth lactation with a completed third lactation of 11,891 kg at 4.13%F and 3.06%P. The other
daughter is a served heifer by Comestar Leader.
Photographed in her seventh lactation, Dalesend Pansy 87 is sadly no longer with us, but thankfully the family continues to
thrive and develop.
Bernard Liddle
10 THE JOURNAL JUNE 2009
e3-09 Breeders Ach.indd 2 27/05/2009 16:02:30
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