For more than 100 years already, the Alberts family has farmed in Pine Island in the American state of Minnesota. In the meantime, the farm has grown to 600 milking cows, an expansion that has coincided with splendid breeding success. All about Pine-Shelter in HI’s June issue.
Through intense efforts, homozygous polled (or PP) sires are continually getting closer to the level of the highest Holstein bulls. Read HI’s global overview of PP sires in the June issue.
That says Brian Brunink about his B-Hiddenhills Dorcy 1405 EX-92. It is no surprise; in HI’s June issue read all about this remarkable cow family from Michigan.
Unchanged, Jedi remains one of the world’s highest Holstein transmitters. Are you interested in using Jedi’s sons and have available a handy selection of fascinating Jedi sons from around the world? Jedi’s highest for milk, fat, protein, conformation or fitness? HI helps with the Jedi guide in the June issue!
It was bound to happen. After providing the brand new world champion for milk and the magnificent global success of Snowman, it is high time for an extensive overview of the Ever-Green-View Elsie family from the Kestell herd.
Or does Vogue no longer need to be discovered? This likelihood is great because Vogue is active on every front. The splendid partnership of Eastman, O’Connor & Vis results in broad success, including the top bull Vogue Revival-Red. In the photo is Mapel Wood, where many Vogue animals are housed. Discover Vogue in HI’s June edition!