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Jacqui and Jason run a Simmental stud near Tamworth.
They breed black and red Simmentals and are committed to producing moderately framed, structurally correct cattle with ideal temperament and carcass traits.
Jacqui and Jason relocated to the Tamworth area in July 2019 with a reduced number of breeders due to the ongoing drought. Their focus has been on retaining these core breeders with a goal to increase numbers in the future.
By taking part in the Multimin Challenge they hope to increase immunity, health and productivity in their herd.
Number of head: 44head
Initial treatment: 8 May 2020
First Data Collection: FEC were taken and results – 7 June 2020 weights and visual observations.
Additional Data Collection: July and August
Objective: To evaluate whether the Multimin treatment (combined with Cydectin LA) and vaccination improve health, weight gain and/or coat condition.
Number of head: 22 head
Initial treatment: 8 May 2020 the bulls were treated and weighed. The bulls are being offered for sale in early August and semen will be tested on 24 June
First Data Collection: 7 June 2020 – weighed
Second Data Collection: Scanning on 24 July
Objective: To evaluate whether Multimin will promote improved semen test results and/or weight gain
Number of head: 70 head
Initial treatment: Early July
First Data Collection: August
Objective: Improved health and immunity of new calves and lactating cows
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