By meeting the demand of the world’s dairy farmers for healthier, more fertile, more profitable cows, the Norwegian Red is now the number 1 choice of Red breeds for dairy farmers worldwide.
The Norwegian Farmer’s Newspaper “Bondebladet” reports that in 2014, 17.2% more Norwegian Red semen was sold internationally than Viking Red semen in 2014. […]
Over half of the Norwegian Red calves born in Norway are born polled, which puts the Norwegian Red breed at #1-in-the-world for carrying the gene for polled. Demand for polled has been part of the success […]
It’s a great time to make side-by-side comparisons of Norwegian Red bulls – – right after the new February proofs in Norway. You may be considering one of the top sires for the Norwegian Red Total Merit Index (TMI) – – these will look familiar since Reitan 2 (11033) […]
Tulare’s World Ag Expo, February 10-12 is the place to hear how Norwegian Red (NR) crossbreds are performing in the western U.S. – – across many lactations in big and small herds, conventional and organic. Producers who have utilized Norwegian Red genetics to make lower-input and higher-component cows are milking […]
Genetic base changes in the U.S. every 5 years cause us to shift our expectations downward for a majority of traits of AI bulls. An exception to this “downer” was DPR or Daughter Pregnancy Rate – – a U.S. measure of daughter fertility – – for several breeds used for crossbreeding. Once again the Norwegian […]
November’s Veeteelt magazine ranked Norwegian Red Braut’s 1,671 1st-lactation daughters FIRST in 2014 for 305-day fat+protein production – – over 27 other Nordic Red, Montbeliarde and Fleckvieh bulls used for crossbreeding in The Netherlands. Each of these bulls had 75+ 1st lactations with production figures provided by CRV who […]
EuroTier is the world’s leading exhibition for animal production with 160,000+ attendees. Meet dairy crossbreeding specialists from Geno and Xsires in hall 27, booth B17 at EuroTier and learn how to increase profits by crossbreeding with Norwegian Red.
“Why Norwegian Red?,” you ask.