CRV’s US Jersey bull program continues to grow – Cowsmo

CRV’s US Jersey bull program continues to grow

The April 2014 sire evaluations for CRV’s Jersey bulls provided another step forward for the growing program. CRV’s Jersey lineup showcases high combined fat and protein, increasing milk production, and beautiful udders.

The newest addition, TUCO (Allstar x Tbone) is a phenomenal all-around bull with extreme component percentages at +0.29% Fat and +0.08 Protein. With a PTAT of +1.0, he is sure to sire beautiful, productive daughters from an outcross pedigree.

Returning star, RAWLS (Valentino x Matinee) continues to impress with high type at +1.4 PTAT and 220 JPI. RAWLS will also add pounds to the tank with his high combined Fat and Protein at +144 lbs.

STORMY (Marvel x Dale) continues to dominate the Jersey lineup. His solid milk at +1214 lbs, high CM$ at 641, and exceptional JUI at +4.73 make him a widely popular bull. SPECTRE (Marvel x Dale) will sire long-lasting and fertile daughters with a PL of +3.3 and DPR of +0.2. SPECTRE will also improve udders with a JUI of +4.01.

PADEN (Chart x Gannon) excels in production and type traits. His high Milk lbs at +1578 paired with over 120 lbs combined fat and protein and +4.11 JUI makes him a bull that can be used anywhere, any time. He is a complete package bull

LEVY (Valentino x Maximum), ROYALTY (Roy x Legal), and MUSKET (Valentino x Impuls) round out our already strong lineup of high production, type and fertility bulls. These bulls bring the production and functional traits that help CRV’s customers produce premium milk.

To learn more about CRV, it’s people, or products in your area, please visit or give us a call at 855-CRV-COWS.

CRV is a global cattle improvement organization that exists to improve quality of life. CRV’s USA headquarters in Madison, WI was established in September 2009. Because we genuinely care, we pay attention to your farm, industry, and the general society. Our business goes beyond genetics providing service and information on all continents with dairy and beef farmers.





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