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Higher conception rates with sexed semen compared to conventional has given one West Sussex ice cream producer the confidence to use it across cows and heifers and thus breed the very best replacements possible.
Paul Ingham of Laneside Farm believes the technique he employs of using SexedULTRA 4M semen, in combination with genomic testing, is highly relevant to all pure-bred Jersey herds which rear their own replacements.
For over 100 year the Alvis family have been farming in the Redhill area of Somerset’s Mendip hills. It all started back in 1952, when John Alvis’s father and uncle, John and Sam Alvis, joined forces to make cheese from their own dairy.
Cogent says it provides the largest range of top quality genetics, designed to suit a variety of different individual farming systems. With SexedULTRA 4M the company believes it has the leading sexed semen product on the market with improved conception rates, allowing the strategic use of sexed semen on milking cows.