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Sire Matching

Sire matching is a fundamental aspect of livestock breeding, where farmers strategically pair bulls with cows to improve herd genetics and achieve specific breeding goals. This meticulous process involves evaluating various factors such as genetic traits, health, and productivity to select the most suitable bull (sire) for mating. By considering the desired traits to be passed on to the offspring, as well as the overall objectives of the breeding program, farmers aim to enhance the quality and profitability of their herds. Through careful analysis and informed decision-making, sire matching plays a pivotal role in shaping the future of livestock production, ensuring the continued advancement and sustainability of farming operations.


The functionality and longevity of a cow are heavily influenced by its physical structure. Issues such as udder problems, hindquarters, legs, and feet can significantly reduce a cow’s productive lifespan, proving to be both costly and time-consuming. Complications in one area can often have ripple effects, such as a narrow pelvis causing downward pressure on the udder or a compact frame leading to uneven hoof wear. By utilizing aAa® analyzers, breeders can thoroughly assess each aspect of a cow’s form, pinpoint the root causes of functional issues, and implement preventive measures to ensure the next generation is free from similar problems.

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