Hallon Holsteins The ambitious prefix from the West Midlands of Great Britain

The Hallon prefix may not yet be among the big names of the British breeding scene, but the name should certainly be taken note of. The work accomplished by the Tudor family over the last 25 years is really worth seeing. The herd of 280 Holsteins impresses with powerful conformation and unbelievably good udders. And they produce at a high level: Both, explain James Tudor and his daughter Pippa to us, are closely linked together. Only finding the right bulls for their philosophy is becoming increasingly harder for the Tudors.

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