In May and June CRV has welcomed many international visitors from all over the world. Visitors from China to Brazil, and many countries in between, has got an impression of CRV’s Dairy Breeding Center and the Dutch dairy sector.
Dairy Breeding Center
Now the Dairy Breeding Center is in operation for almost a year now, CRV already has welcomed many visitors in Wirdum. ‘It’s very impressive!’ is one of the most commonly heard reactions.
Although the Dairy Breeding Center is very nice to see, most visitors, which are mostly dairy farmers themselves…read more ›
CRV distributor Cooprinsem (Chile) is proud to celebrate the 50th anniversary of their cooperative in 2018. To make sure the commercial team can proceed their excellent work with CRV product from the Netherlands and CRV Ambreed from New Zealand, we made sure they look the part with their new jackets. Congratulations Cooprinsem!
The 50th anniversary of Cooprinsem was also a good reason to make a nice video with anniversary wishes from several CRV people from all over the world. Watch the video below!read more ›
Farmers with many cows that achieve high lifetime production, are convinced that this high lifetime production is in the genes. The Knoef and Winter families tell all about their vision of high lifetime production.
Big Boukje 192 produced a whopping 208,000 litres of milk with 4.64% fat and 3.86% protein. The cow, which belongs to Jos and Ingrid Knoef in Geesteren, is the champion par excellence of lifetime production. She reached the age of 19 years old, calved an impressive 15 times and also obtained an exterior score of 90 points. Jos is convinced: ‘This high pro…read more ›
Another sales training week was organized bij CRV International Business Development last February, a week mentioned for new sales people that are going to sell the CRV product all over the world. This time there were very enthousiastic people from Iran, Serbia, Romania, UK and Denmark!
Farm visit at dairy farm Bruunshoge
During the week the group has got an introduction about CRV by several presentations. But of course the training consisted also of practical parts. Our colle…
The bull charts listing breeding values also state the non-return rate of the bulls. But what are the factors behind that figure and what do we use it for?
The non-return breeding value is indicative of the fertility of a bull’s daughters, while the non-return rate of a bull is a measure of the fertilising capacity of his semen. In other words, the bull’s own fertility or reproductive performance. CRV uses the non-return rate to show the differences between the fertilising capacity of various bulls. And we can intervene where necessary by rejecting bulls with a poor r…