CRV bulls that are already widely used as InSire bulls, confirm their genomic breeding values with the performance of their daughters. The all-round Majo (Minor x Zepter) is a very good example of this. With a GZW of 136, at the previous index run he was the best newcomer among the daughter proven bulls and lives up to his breeding values nicely with further increasing reliability. Farmers who milk Majo daughters are very satisfied with them. These are animals with an average stature and good udders, that easily produce a lot of milk with a high fat percentage. Majo also sires very good udder health (breeding value 117) and daughter fertility (116), with scores of +7% CRV Health and +8% CRV Efficiency.
With further increasing reliability, Wüstensohn, son of Worldcup, is also living up to his breeding values. Westwind, another son of Worldcup who was awarded his first breeding value based on daughter information at the previous index run, has recorded a nice gain of 6 points GZW, with a score of 129 GZW. The figureheads of the CRV breeding programme, Haribo and Wobbler, now have more than 13,000 and almost 28,000 daughters (respectively) in their breeding values. Their proofs are once again the epitome of stability.