Will he be the next millionaire for Semex? Nothing can be ruled out, but the 12-year-old Goldwyn son R-E-W Seaver continues to be an extremely popular star in the Canadian AI’s barn. Our “Seaver story” appears in January.
The two sisters Clear-Echo Ramos 1199 and Ramos 1200 are true legends in global Holstein breeding. And made the Clear-Echo prefix world famous. But breeding certainly continues to progress at Clear-Echo – read all about it in HI’s January 2018 issue.
A vibrant 11-year-old dam with EX-94. Her 8-year-old O-Man son is still Britain’s progeny proven nr.1. Numerous descendants have high gPLI indexes. Yes, here we arrive at the fabulous Froukjes from the Northern Irish Prehen herd of the Smith family! Read their complete story in January.
Undoubtedly you recognize the Stantons prefix from the outstanding genetics provided by this Canadian farm. But, what is management like in this top herd? In January you will find an extensive report in HI: Stantons from a different perspective.
Of course you remember her still, the equally unexpected and widely celebrated Madison champion of 2016: Shee-Knoll Durham Arrow, owned by Robert and Jeannette Sheehan from Minnesota. In January, you will have an opportunity to become well-acquainted with the Sheehans, with Arrow and with the fascinating Shee-Knoll enterprise!
The brand new Italian National Champion DKR Lexi is the very latest proof that some cow families never stop delivering top talent. In this case, that is true of the Savage-Leigh Licorice family, who absolutely deserves a place in HI’s spotlights: in January.
You do not want to miss this article – the story about what is likely the most successful German cow family at the moment! The sires display top gTPI scores and top gRZG scores. Who is this intriguing family? You will need to be patient for a month; discover it in HI’s next edition!