By Chelsey Johnson

Posted Tuesday, August 23, 2016

Meet one of our 2016 Accelerated Genetics Sales and Service Interns

Accelerated Genetics is proud to provide an excellent opportunity to work hands-on in the A.I. industry through our internship program. Play the video to meet one of our Sales and Service interns, Ryan Kraabel. 

By Chelsey Johnson

Posted Tuesday, August 23, 2016

Longevity Defines Profitability at Nosbush Dairy

When asked what is the ideal cow for his 750-Cow Registered Holstein herd is, Brad Nosbush states “A cow that I don’t know.” Through years of breeding for health traits, Nosbush strives to breed cattle that go unnoticed in his herd, but for all of the right reasons. 
 
 

By Chelsey Johnson

Posted Monday, August 15, 2016

End Product is Testament of Breeding

Wert Angus Ranch has used AI for 12 years. Over that time, with the guidance of Accelerated Genetics ISR Dennis Comer, they have seen their end beef product improving year after year. 

By Roger Turner

Posted Thursday, August 11, 2016

August 2016 Jetstream Genetics Sire Directory

By Chelsey Johnson

Posted Thursday, August 11, 2016

August 2016 Holstein Sire Directory

By Kari Stanek

Posted Wednesday, August 10, 2016

August 2016 Jersey Sire Directory

By Kate Welter

Posted Tuesday, August 02, 2016

Accelerated Genetics Beef-Link Newsletter

Beef-Link is a monthly e-newsletter that highlights the latest beef industry news as well as the Accelerated Genetics Beef Line-up. To sign up for this newsletter, click here

By Chelsey Johnson

Posted Wednesday, July 27, 2016

Edge Program is a Part of Success

Wert Angus Ranch is participating in the Accelerated Genetics EDGE program. Through this program, they are rewarded for providing data on progeny bred with EDGE reference sires. To select the young sires that are used in his breeding program, Robert typically visits Nebraska Bull Service with his Accelerated Genetics representative, Dennis Comer. 

By Katie Friederichs

Posted Monday, July 25, 2016

Working Together with Accelerated Genetics

Accelerated Genetics is celebrating its 75th Anniversary and we would like to share the stories of tradition and passion that so many of our customers have. Today, we look at the life of Derek Waldera, one of the family owners of Waldera Farms in Whitehall, Wis.

By Michael Schmitt

Posted Monday, July 18, 2016

Cow Livability Trait Being Introduced In August

Consider the scenario of a cow leaving the milking herd. Culling a cow can sometimes be a good situation when she is sold for reasons like poor production, fertility issues, health challenges, or overstocked pens, thus allowing your best cows to thrive. But what about when a cow leaves the milking herd because she died? There is a substantial difference to the bottom line of the dairy farm when a cow can leave under her own power compared to if she were to die on the farm. This undesirable situation results in a loss of income and other associated costs. Therefore, breeding for cows that are genetically more likely to stay alive in the herd creates a better scenario for both the farmer and the cow. 

By Andrew Hetke

Posted Thursday, July 14, 2016

Daughter Update: Milking Gambler Daughters are Turning Heads

Accelerated Genetics, Genetics Services Coordinator Andrew Hetke has had the opportunity to view daughters of 014HO07303 Gambler. Of course, the expectations were high for Gambler right from the start. Gambler comes from seven generations of excellent cows, with his dam being Le-O-La Atwood Gypsy (pictured above) who was scored EX-92 at 4-10. Gypsy excels in production, with each of her lactations approaching or exceeding 30,000 pounds of milk and with her best lactation at 4-00 completing with over 37,000 pounds of milk with a 4.2% and 3.0% fat and protein respectively. Read on to hear about Andrew's impressions of the daughters.

By Kat Nissen

Posted Tuesday, July 12, 2016

IMAGE: Inbreeding Management and Genetic Excellence

While breeding for your herd profitability goals, inbreeding can sometimes be overlooked as a key priority.  However, the long-term effects of choosing sires that lack genetic diversity over multiple generations can greatly impact your bottom-line. Research1 has shown that inbreeding has a relationship with overall Productive Life, production, calving interval, fertility, and reproduction. Therefore, managing genetic diversity should be a key priority in your genetic strategy.