Our mission is to improve livestock genetics around the world to create additional wealth for farmers.
Global destinations we supply round the world:
We Get It Right
Genetic Development manages live exports, Our management team have a wealth of knowledge in sourcing and breeding elite dairy genetics.
With a focus on developing and implementing breeding technologies to assist farmers to achieve their breeding needs both internationally and nationally.
Here at Genetic Development we care about the welfare, safety and quality of the product we deliver to our customers.
The principals of Genetic Development New Zeland have been assisting their clients to increase production by improving their animal breeding objectives and business goals for over 30 years.
The Key features include,
Ability to adapt to process high forage intake diet, aggressive grazers
Livestock are medium size, with the capacity and ability to maintain body condition (Low maintance cost)
High fertility to perform and breed in seasonal conditions
Well recorded ancestry and production records held on the national database (90% farmer participation)
High milk solids content
Durability and longevity, average cow in NZ produces for 5 lactations
National Breeding objective drives for total profit per unit of feed (applicable across breeds)
Consistent high rate of genetic gain in NZ herd improvement program
Genetic Diversity available – NZ has sampled genetics from all major dairy populations, and selected those best adapted for pasture based production.
New Zealand has proven genetics to perform.
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High Country Health Status
New Zealand has a high reputation for being free from significant production animal diseases,
Free of Brucellosis
Free of Leucosis
Free of Bluetongue
Low incidence of Tuberculosis with robust control scheme
Monitored under the
National traceability scheme
Item: November 2019
EXPORT HEIFERS - F12+ WANTED!
Contact us in the office today on:
07 843 7577 / 027 496 593.
** Now paying $1500+gst for 280kg; and $1100 - $1200+gst for 180kg F12+ Friesian heifers.
Item: 27 March 2019
PHILIPPINES - 22ND DAIRY CONGRESS
Item: 23 March 2017
Bull Breeder Update & Export news
Crossbred heifers get first feed and rest after arrival in the Philippines
Item: 19 July 2016
Data download drives animal detail
If information is power, any technology giving farmers a real-time insight into an animal's physiology must be worth a closer look.
Click on the link to read more.
Item: 1 July 2016
CATTLE INTENDED FOR EXPORT AS OF 01 JULY 2016
As of the first of July 2016, all of the locations where the cattle will have been grazing during at least the last 6 months prior to leaving the property for export, must be incorporated within one NAIT location as defined in the NAIT regulation, comprising a single or multiple contiguous or non-contiguous rating units provided each rating unit is within or straddles the circumference of a circle of 20km diameter, and is/are under control of a single P.I.C.A for more information please refer to.
NEWS AND LINKS:
Lance Burdett’s free seminars with
Ag Proud NZ:
· December 5: Croydon Lodge, Gore, 1pm-3pm and at the Makarewa Country Club, Invercargill, 7pm-9pm.
· December 6: Rosebank Lodge, Balclutha, 1pm-3pm.
· To RSVP or for more information: firstname.lastname@example.org
Lance will speak to farmers about using some practical tools around wellbeing, mental health and negotiating some of the more challenging aspects of life working on the land.