Semex is introducing four new exciting genomically selected young bulls to be sold under the 'Genomax' banner. Semex has been at the forefront of genomic research to develop the very best options for dairymen. The main goal in using genomic tested young sires has been to increase both the number and diversity of elite bulls available in the Semex product line-up. The current four bulls includes two sires of sons.
Shottle son WABASH-WAY ARBOUR, a sire of sons, is out of Wabash-Way Mar Annileigh-ET EX-90-5YR-USA by BW Marshall and is currently one of the highest ranked Semex Genomic bulls for Lifetime Profitablity Index (LPI) with a score of 2937, and a Canadian Conformation score of +17. Arbor is predicted to breed daughters with extremely good type, high milk potential, easily managed cows with good temperament and milking speed.
The second Shottle son is REGANCREST BALTIMOR, out of the highly regarded Regancrest-PR Barbie EX-92-7YR-USA by Durham. He is also a sire of sons with an LPI of 2434, +18 Conformation and +16 Dairy Strength. Udders promise to be exceptional and very strongly attached. He also scores highly for all the functional traits.
Goldwyn has been the star of Canadian breeding in recent years, and Semex has high hopes for his son COMESTAR LAUTHORITY. Lauthority was orginally sold in the UK two years ago as a young bull due to his illustrious pedigree. Lauthority has been reintroduced as his pedigree is now enhanced by his high genomic figures. He is out of Comestar Lautelma Igniter VG-89-4YR-CAN, who is an Emerson, and has an LPI of 2428, and a Conformation score of +18.
Baxter son, RALMA-RH TRUMPET, out of the Durham-sired Ralma Goldwyn Clarinet VG-86-2-YR-USA makes up the quartet. He has an LPI of 2511, and a Conformation score of +16. His figures predict the daughters to have tremendous strength with great dairy quality and udders that are strongly attached ... Read More...