Inel d’Or : Another Double For Gènes Diffusion

Just as in 2008, the Holstein and Charolais breeding programs from Gènes Diffusion were both rewarded during the “Inel d’Or 2009”, awards presented by La France Agricole and L’Eleveur Laitier.

Olivier BALLE-PIERRE of the Holstein program with the Inel d’Or.Sébastien LANDEMAINE (right) of the Charolais program with the Inel d’Or, next to Jean-Michel VOCORET, Editor of L‘Eleveur Laitier.The charolais bull PINAY has “conserved himself well”, you could say. Just like last year, the most famous French Charolais transmitter was saluted as the most used sire in France with 21,297 first inseminations.

With the Holsteins, SALISBURY received a prize in the category of bulls of which the most genetics had been imported in France. Used in France but housed at Gènes Diffusion in the Netherlands, the JOCKO son has realized 20,351 first inseminations during the period of 2008/2009.

For the second consecutive year, the Holstein and Charolais breeding programs have both been distinguished, which forms a solid support of the quality of the genetics offered by the two programs.



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