In sheep, cattle and deer farming, if you’re not seeing progress, you’re falling behind. By using genetics, alongside good feeding and management programmes, you can make significant and visible improvements.
Over the last 30 years the New Zealand sheep population has halved but we still export the same amount of lamb. We are more efficient, with better pastures and have better genetics to put on those pastures. But how do we define better genetics and how does that relate to your on farm breeding objective?