Simmental


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Simmental

dual-purpose Swiss cattle, reddish dun or yellow and white in color. There are many varieties throughout Europe. Black Simmental is a black variant.
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Simmental dairy cow. By permission from Sambraus HH, Livestock Breeds, Mosby, 1992
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Beef Shorthorn - PS960 Sandwick Farm Simmental PS1088 Glenturk Farm, PS1073 Fishwick Mains.
In a consolidated effort, the North Dakota Simmental Association (NDSA) and North Dakota Red Angus Association (NDRAA) will be hosting their breed's individual state sales but will share a sale facility and date.
In this table live weight of Simmental calves at birth, 3, 6, 9, 12 and 18 months was less than hybrids, weight index in hybrid is more than control group, to 34 kg in the first generation, in other words three kg weight increasing in the second generation of the 5 kg to 36 kg was recorded.
For the experiment, blood was collected from 86 bulls belonging to three different breeds differing in body size, including 30 Angus, 32 Hereford and 26 Simmental.
Left) David Bell holds a ribbon for his one-year-old Simmental heifer, Crackley Cadette; (below) Shirley Bettinson showed visitors to the Royal Show her alpacas, Cerasi and Scallop.
Peter Snodgrass presenting a trophy for the winning pair of Simmentals: Sterling Patricia, owned by the British Simmental Cattle Society and Farnborough Redhot, from Farnborough Fields Farm, near Banbury; Peter Snodgrass, John Hughes,and Graham Davis (all of Needham & James; John Hughes (staff) and Christopher Northsote-Green; Debbie Blake and Needham & James client Paul Teague
This past fall, the American Simmental Association published the first Marker-Assisted Expected Progeny Differences (MA-EPDs) for tenderness, using results from the IGENITY TenderGENE[TM] DNA test combined with traditional data.
The eight-year-old Simmental Holstein weighs more than a car and is kept in a 22-acre field.
Speaking at the Scottish Simmental Club Beef open day, lie called on the government to deliver on its commitments to reopen the export markets for beef.
Sevens included Ayrshire, Brown Swiss, Maine-Anjou and Holstein (all dairy breeds) plus Devon, Hays Converter, Simmental, South Devon, Beefmaster, Brangus, Angus, Charolais, Galloway, Murray Grey, Red Angus, Scottish Highland and Shorthorn.