After 4 years of service in our facilities, we have sold AMackenzie, our first AA sire conceived through embryo transfer, to Brandenburg for further breeding. This season, our heifers are inseminated by the AA bull Red Six Mile Grand Slam 130Z, a Canadian sire that ranks among the top 10% in weaning and yearling’s weight […]
About Kurt Clausen
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Entries by Kurt Clausen
Schleswig-Holstein Angus meeting at Fam. Clausen in Satrup On 5 July 2014, over 30 breeders and keepers of Angus cattle from Schleswig-Holstein met on the Christelhoi-Angus (FRZ) cattle farm. Following an extensive tour of the grounds and herds, led by Traute and Kurt Clausen, individual breeding animals were examined. The male offspring of international genetic […]
Christelhoi-Angus – goes black! Friends of our red angus genetic can´t believe it! Two Black Aberdeen Angus calves are born the 22th and 25th of August at Christelhoi-Angus. “Black Iron Ore” and “Pepp” a male and a female calve from the red Australian AI Sire “Paringa Iron Ore” bring new influence in our angus breeding.
Teresa has been born – The new calving season has begun. This afternoon, the first calve of the new season was born. The Aberdeen Angus heifer Tessa, a daughter of the canadian sire Traction, has given birth to her first calve by the Australian sire Iron Ore. Due to the genetically shorter gestation period, it […]
Of the four Angus bulls that were presented in the category of Tested Sires, the Danish Boelling Roed Fabel, prepared by Jörg Fahrenholz and presented by Kurt Clausen, won 1st place. Roed Fable is a Red Aberdeen Angus, son of the Canadian sire Thump 2T and out of a daughter of Red U-2 Infinite 408P. […]