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Dairy Genetic services

  • Genetic Management Services

    Increase your financial return with genetic improvement! Take advantage of ABS Global’s proprietary Genetic Management System (GMS®) to increase your revenues, decrease expenses, and save time, all while protecting your genetic investment!

    By ABS Global, Inc. based in DeForest, WISCONSIN (USA).

  • ABS Programs & Services

    Throughout the world’s dairy and beef industries, the name ABS Global has become synonymous with performance. Our enviable reputation has been built by consistently providing the kind of superior genetics, related products, services and support that help our global customer grow and succeed.    ABS provides comprehensive ...

    By ABS Global, Inc. based in DeForest, WISCONSIN (USA).

  • Herd Reproductive Management

    Getting cows pregnant is an important part of a dairy’s short and long term success and profitability. The ABS Reproductive Management System* (RMS®) takes a systematic approach to maximizing pregnancy production by providing heat detection, A.I. breeding, synchronization and data management service through professional technicians. In ...

    By ABS Global, Inc. based in DeForest, WISCONSIN (USA).

  • Sire Fertility Ranking Services

    ABS customers around the world appreciate seeing the Real World Data® (RWD™) Sire Fertility star ranking on the ABS lineup. These customers fully understand the advantages of accuracy, reliability, trustworthiness, and timeliness of fertility data.

    By ABS Global, Inc. based in DeForest, WISCONSIN (USA).

  • Herd Recording Services

    CanWest DHI offers you complete flexiblity in the milk recording services you purchase. You have the choice of Publishable or Management records and complete choice in the number of tests per year from as few as 6 to as many as you want. You can also choose from different levels of DHI staff involvement on the farm from complete service to ...

    By CanWest DHI based in Guelph, ONTARIO (CANADA).

  • Prevention and Treatment

    As mentioned above there is a lag period between introducing a new diet and the rumen adjusting to more efficiently utilise the new diet. Studies have shown that the rumen papillae respond to dietary changes by changing size and shape in order to increase or decrease the surface area of the rumen wall and thus speed up or slow down absorption of ...

    By eCow Ltd. based in Exeter, UNITED KINGDOM.

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