Creating Balance Between Form & Function

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There’s never been a better time to learn about the history of aAa® Animal Analysis and how you can use it to breed better cattle. With the help of this book, you will learn:

 

  • How typical farmer-breeders used analysis to breed some of the finest Holsteins in the world
  • How analysis is being used in every breed to achieve type and production levels seldom seen before 
  • How large commercial dairy producers can make every mating count for more total profit
  • Proof that aAa analysis has a positive performance impact

 

  • How one man’s ideas shifted the dairy industry’s thinking about cattle breeding
  • How every Holstein today and many in other breeds have been influenced by the work of one man
  • About the early days of analysis from one of the surviving members of Bill Weeks’ original group of three analyzers
  • How Osborndale Ivanhoe resulted from analysis
  • How terms used in today’s dairy industry language had their origin in Bill Weeks’ early work

 

  • How analysis contributed to eleven Holstein 97 point cows and bulls and fifteen 96 point cows
  • How analysis contributed to the Holstein breed’s first 40,000 pound and 50,000 pound 2 time per day milk cows
  • About the life of Bill Weeks, his years as a breeder, classifier, show judge, Chambric Farm Supervisor
  • About Skyway Farm and the impact that small herd has on the Holstein breed

 

  • Why Round Oak Rag Apple Elevation and his millions of descendants owe their existence to an obscure Kansas Hereford bull
  • How Paclamar Bootmaker’s fate rested on the life of one little heifer calf in Vermont
  • About the international impact of analysis and how the highest classified and production cows in Columbia, South America resulted from analysis.
  • How analysis contributes to the highest type and production herds in Holland
  • Which two cows resulting from analysis sold for one million dollars each.