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PROLIFIC - HIGH FERTILITY MATERNAL

The BreedersBEST Prolific is a maternal composite breed utilising East Friesian, Finn, SAMM and NZ composite genetics. When crossed with a Merino ewe they produce an ideal F1 Prime lamb dam.

 

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The aim of the Prolific genetics program is to produce a maternal line that can conceive and rear increased numbers of fast growing prime lambs with large carcasses and minimal fat cover.

 

- IDEAL BREED FOR 1ST CROSS EWE PRODUCTION

- HIGH FERTILITY AND FECUNDITY - weaning rates up to 150%

- EARLY MATURING LARGE FRAMED CARCASSES -allowing weights up to 30kg whilst maintaining ideal fat cover

- HIGH MILK PRODUCTION RESULTING IN RAPID GROWING LAMBS

- LOW MICRON WOOL -  4.5 - 5kg of 23.5 micron wool from F1 Prolific ewes

- BARE BREACH - NO MULESING

- EARLY FERTILITY- MATE LAMBS FROM 7 - 8 MONTHS OF AGE expected conception up to 90%

- LOW FAECAL WORM EGG COUNT (FWEC)

Commercial producers are continuing to achieve excellent lambing percentages from Prolific genetics. Download our 2017 BREEDERSBEST SPRING NEWSLETTER to view the latest figures-  including 154% lambs marked to ewes mated!

 

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PROLIFIC CLIENTS ACHIEVE . . .

 

 

  • Scott Newbey from Broomehill, has been closely comparing his Prolific F1 flock to his Merino ewe flock.  Scott stated "my blue tag Prolific F1 ewes scanned at 60% twins and cut 4.67 kg of 22.95 micron wool which sold for 1013c/kg geasy.  My blue tag merino ewes cut 5.46 kg which sold for 1059c/kg, however the extra lambs expected should well exceed any difference in wool price".  Scott also mated his F1 ewe lambs at 7 - 8 months of age and achieved an 80% pregnancy rate with about half expecting twins.
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  • Mark Madew from Gingin purchased Prolific rams last season for the first time and is extremely eulogistic with the resulting progeny.  He recently sold 250 F1 Prolific wether lambs in the Muchea sale yard and averaged $144.50.  In comparison, his X Bred terminal lambs, although on better pasture, did not achieve the same weights as the F1 Prolifics.  Mark is excited about mating his F1 Prolific ewe lambs this coming season, anticipating mating weights to average mid 50kg which should achieve a 90% plus conception rate.

  • Evergreen grazing company, markets over 8000 prime lambs annually providing a sound commercial bench mark for the BreedersBEST genetics. Last year our Prolific F1 ewe flock cut 4.67kg of 23.3 micron wool which sold for $8.51/kg in December, thus equating to $39.74 / head of wool income. In addition our prime lambs averaged 23.71 kg returning an average of $117.75 / head. The F1 Prolific ewes lambed at 142% equating to $167.20 worth of lambs / head.
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    For a Prolific ewe to enter the BreedersBEST GENETICS breeding nucleus, the Prolific ewe lambs must conceive and rear twin lambs by 13 - 15 months of age.

     

    Commercial producers are continuing to achieve excellent lambing percentages from both Prolific and Kojak genetics.
    Barry Hardie and his three sons, Denabling Williams, run a flock of 5,000 Prolific F1 ewes and have been averaging around 140% lambs marked for the last few years.  This year several mobs achieved greater than 150% lambs marked to ewes mated.
    Gary Lang Wickepin uses 1st Cross Prolific ewes for his entire sheep program.  He has continuously achieved lambing results of 140% plus each year.  This year Gary’s ewe lambs mated at 8 months of age scanned at 145%. Gary uses Ashbourne White Suffolk rams over his Prolific cross ewes to produce his terminal lambs.
    Richard Milne in Borden uses 1st cross Prolific ewes for his Prime lamb production.  Last year Richard weaned 140% lambs from ewes mated and was extremely pleased with the progeny. At pregnancy scanning this year, Richards Prolific F1 ewes had such a high pregnancy percentage of multiples with virtually no dry’s so he stopped scanning them and treated the entire flock as multiple bearing ewes.

    Anyone who has Prolific F1 ewe lambs surplus to their requirements are encouraged to contact us as we have increased demand for them at a premium price.

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