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  • Tendenz ist weiter steigend neues Ziel: 150 auf 130 Betr.) Die Bullen der vergangenen Jahre unterstreichen auch diese Behauptung. Es sind Bullen wie Sunny Boy, Cash, Lord Lily, Ronald, Luxemburg, Marker bei SBT sowie Kom Leader, Goldie Red, Korier 104 und Tulip und hoffentlich auch Stadel bei der RBT.
  • What 19: Herd fertility is important to reach your goals. You need high-grade semen based on complete information about health and fertility, like easy births. So you can consider these facts for every mating. HG sells a large selection with calving ease sires and considers this also during the selection (for example rump angle).
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    • 1. CRV GS Holstein programme Breeding for Profit | Karel Fentsahm | 2011 | Delta Nucleus 500 heifer calves 100 test heifers Eurodonor 250 genotyped potential bull dams 1000 high level bull calves 200 GS selected bulls 42 breeding bulls 500 500 21 % 20 % 100 %
    • 2. Breeding for Profit | Karel Fentsahm | 2011 | 5 paths to realise profit
    • 3. Breeding for Profit | Karel Fentsahm | 2011 | 5 paths to profit L O N G E V I T Y
    • 4. 14 x 100.000 kg Milk (Holland) Breeding for Profit | Karel Fentsahm | 2011 |
    • 5. Breeding for Profit | Karel Fentsahm | 2011 | 4 * 100.000 kg Milk in Saudi Arabia
    • 6. 4 * 100.000 kg Milk in Saudi Arabia Breeding for Profit | Karel Fentsahm | 2011 |
    • 7. A productive live
      • Total
      • life No. No.
      • Productive time of days
      • Year days production calvings rearing
      • ‚ 90 1139 21.316 3,4 798
      • ‚ 94 1151 23.018 3,3 801
      • ‚ 98 1103 23.850 3,2 803
      • ‚ 00 1092 24.381 3,1 803
      • ‚ 02 1147 25.693 3,2 803
      • ‚ 04 1224 27.701 3,3 800
      • ,06 1264 28.845 3,4 800
      • ‚ 07 1295 29.851 3,5 799
      • ‚ 08 1328 30.777 3,5 798
      • ,09 1296 30.543 3,5 796
      • ,10 1282 30.482 3,5 796
      • Source: NRS 2009
      Breeding for Profit | Karel Fentsahm | 2011 |
    • 8. Cash Flow per lactation & total lifetime Breeding for Profit | Karel Fentsahm | 2011 | -150 -100 -50 0 50 100 150 200 250 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 Age -2000 -1000 0 1000 2000 3000 4000 5000 Month Cumulative $/Month Cumm.
    • 9. Breeding for Profit | Karel Fentsahm | 2011 | 5 paths to profit C O N F O R M A T I O N
    • 10. Linear traits of longlasting cows Breeding for Profit | Karel Fentsahm | 2011 |
    • 11. Influence F&L on feed intake Breeding for Profit | Karel Fentsahm | 2011 |
    • 12. Influence F&L on milk production Breeding for Profit | Karel Fentsahm | 2011 |
    • 13. Breeding for Profit | Karel Fentsahm | 2011 | 5 paths to profit H E A L T H & F E R T I L I T Y
    • 14. Breeding for Profit | Karel Fentsahm | 2011 | Health: Fertility
    • 15. Health: Fertility Breeding for Profit | Karel Fentsahm | 2011 | High grade semen Female fertility h ² ~ 0 % h ² ~ 0,06% 4 points female fertilty = 7,45 days lower interval
    • 16. Breeding for Profit | Karel Fentsahm | 2011 | Health: Frozen semen quality
      • Fertility
        • 96% sourced by the cow / management
        • 4% sourced by the bull
      • Quality research
        • Fresh semen
        • After freezing
      • Optimum number of cells per straw
      • Quality acceptance
    • 17. Breeding for Profit | Karel Fentsahm | 2011 | Health: Quality quarantee in the service
      • Monitoring bulls on Non-return %
        • Fertility bulls
        • Toppers in NR % ==> Bulls Eye
      • Monitoring AI technisians on Non return %
        • Monthly reports
        • Re-education / training
      • ISO-certification
    • 18. Health: Loss in production due to high SCS
      • SCS: less production:
      • 100.000 0,5 kg/cow/day
      • 200.000 1,0 kg/cow/day
      • 300.000 1,5 kg/cow/day
      • 400.000 2,0 kg/cow/day
      • 500.000 2,5 kg/cow/day
      Breeding for Profit | Karel Fentsahm | 2011 | source: WUR, 1998
    • 19. Breeding for Profit | Karel Fentsahm | 2011 | 5 paths to profit R E L I A B I L I T Y
    • 20. Reliability
      • Highest Reliability BV in the world !
      • BV test period = BV 2nd crop daughters !
      • BV Holland = BV world wide !
      • What you see is what you get !
      Breeding for Profit | Karel Fentsahm | 2011 |
    • 21. Siryx 2011
    • 22. Breeding for Profit | Karel Fentsahm | 2011 | Purity > 90% Siryx: Reliable Technology
    • 23. Siryx Breeding for Profit | Karel Fentsahm | 2011 |
      • Conventional semen (5-20 million unselected cells per straw)
        • 234 / 12 = 20 straws
      • SiryX (2 million selected cells per straw)
        • 14 / 2 = 7 straws
      • SiryX production:
        • 7 straws per hour x
        • 24 hours x
        • 5 days x
        • 4 machines =
        • 3.360 straws / week
    • 24. Genomic Selection 2011
    • 25. Why Genomic Selection ?
      • Tomorrow’s top genetics today: shorter generation interval
      • Reliable young sires
      • Increased genetic improvement (30-40%)
      • Variety in breeding goals
      • Higher selection intensity testsires
      • Secundairy traits
      • More outcross; less inbreeding
      Breeding for Profit | Karel Fentsahm | 2011 |
    • 26. Breeding for Profit | Karel Fentsahm | 2011 | Selection with genetic markers spread across the genome Chromosome 1 Chromosome 3 Chromosome 29 Genomic selection
    • 27. Breeding for Profit | Karel Fentsahm | 2011 | Thank you for your attention

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