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Hybrid Bulls

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Tighter calving season, quicker breed back

Paternal heterosis is the improvement in productive and reproductive characteristics of a crossbred bull. The benefits of paternal heterosis include increased service capacity, higher pregnancy rate and weaning rate, greater sperm concentration, larger scrotal circumference and reduced age at puberty. Published research prove the reproductive advantages of yearling crossbred bulls compared to straightbred parental breeds, as indicated in the table...Read more

No Trait Variation
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Balancer® genetics are as consistent as purebred genetics

The perception of crossbreeding is hybrid genetics are inconsistent and lack predictability. Proven science shows this is simply not true. Hybrid or composite genetics are as consistent as purebred genetics. Documented research from the U.S. Meat Animal Research Center proves Balancer bulls offer and other managed composites offer as much consistency as using the parental breeds separately...Read more

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Advantages of Balancer® bulls and females

Get the advantages of documented pedigrees and EPDs through the American Gelbvieh Association's three hybrid registry programs: Balancer® registry, Southern Balancer® registry, and Hybrid Registry...Read more

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