LEADING BREEDS TO MEET OVERSEAS DEMAND
Holstein are New Zealand’s highest-production dairy animals. They have proved themselves adaptable to a wide range of environmental conditions worldwide, and this trait has created an export market for our New Zealand Holstein Friesian genetics.
Angus is New Zealand’s largest and leading beef breed. Angus Cattle are extremely adaptable to the environmental changes, resilient and efficient
Simmental is an extremely popular breed worldwide because of its adaptability, large-muscled frame, quick growth and high beef yields.
Hereford, the second-largest beef breed in New Zealand, is widely used for meat production in many countries. Hereford animals mature early and have high performance on forage-based diets. They adapt easily and thrive in a wide variety of conditions.
East Friesian is the predominant sheep-milking animal in New Zealand. Originally established in France, the genetics in NZ have been much improved in recent years through the importation of high-quality semen.
The Saanen are the most productive milking goats in New Zealand and the rest of the world. Average milk yield is 838 kg in a lactation of 264 days.
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