Easy calving A.I bull

Dartagnan

New Member
Has Hamlet died then for there to be no more semen? Think we have a 100 of his doses in the genus flask. We've used him a lot over the last few years and he's done us really well. We have also kept some of his daughters and kept two bulls out of him. Both have exceptional temperament . Been told some of his calves can be quiet flighty thought. Not seen that here.
Carmon dauphin was another good easy calving bull that threw good cattle.

Apparently Lodge Hamlet has been injured and isn't producing straws at the moment. Lots of back orders to be filled so no new orders being taken until he recovers (if he does).
 

dannewhouse

Member
Location
huddersfield
Any particular recommendations for a bazadaise ai bull for some blonde X heifers.

Looking at edonil and impervu inparticularly but open to other suggestions. (Calving ease and recommend)
Heifer calves will be kept for replacements, steers finished adlib.
 

crofteress

Member
Livestock Farmer
Any particular recommendations for a bazadaise ai bull for some blonde X heifers.

Looking at edonil and impervu inparticularly but open to other suggestions. (Calving ease and recommend)
Heifer calves will be kept for replacements, steers finished adlib.
Choocter knows the answer to this , not sure how to tag her
 

choochter

Member
Location
aberdeenshire
Ah yes, Imprevu is the more modern of these 2 bulls and has performance figures. Edonil also produces very good calves. I have used Imprevu more, with no problems calving heifers at 24-27 months.

Imprevu had impressive growth figures when he was in the bull testing station at Bazas.

You can order straws for any of the AI bulls through the Baz website www.bazadaise.org.uk and the link to the AI bulls is on the home page. Or you can phone Baz Breed Info, Tessa, and she will talk you through the costs and transfer fee. Her number is on the Contact page on the website.
I have 2 Imprevu sired calves born end of last year, one to a pure Baz heifer and one to a Lim/Baz heifer and will try and get photos tomorrow.

Am very pleased with my Imprevu calves and he's currently the most popular Baz AI bull in UK.
Any other questions, just ask, happy to help.
 

choochter

Member
Location
aberdeenshire
Imprevu sired calves born December to 24mth old heifers
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choochter

Member
Location
aberdeenshire
Also, look on the British Bazadaise Cattle Society Facebook page, there is a photo today of an 8 month old Imprevu sired male calf
 

dannewhouse

Member
Location
huddersfield
Any recommendations for about 30 baz straws,

Going to have to order before calving last year's due to bulling sooner.

I'm thinking imprevu again but £15 per straw Vs 10 or 12 just adds up a bit.
Might ring and see if there's a deal on offer
 

choochter

Member
Location
aberdeenshire
Any recommendations for about 30 baz straws,

Going to have to order before calving last year's due to bulling sooner.

I'm thinking imprevu again but £15 per straw Vs 10 or 12 just adds up a bit.
Might ring and see if there's a deal on offer
There is.

The Bazadaise Society is about to do a promotion on Bazadaise straws £8 + vat and transfer fees for Ick, Garcimore, Cesar, Bengal, Babacool, Imprevu and Elysee.
You can order through the website - the old prices are still on there but you'll only be charged the above mentioned prices. Or phone Tessa, her number is on the website.
 

Sir loin

Member
Location
North Yorkshire
Just checked what semen I have with Genus technician:
20 Hamlet
6 Conan
9 Ironda
4 Tomschoice Pavarotti 3 Shatton Pedro
2 Djerk 2 Ridgedean Physical
My vet used prids to line up 12 cows for programmed AI we used 2 Conan, 6 Ironda, 3 Pavarotti and a Pedro.
We got up at 5 am to remove prids and inject enzaprost (think that is what it was called) for a 2pm appointment with Genus technician to inseminate 56 hours after removal. All cows were mad a bulling bar one hence the Pedro but she was on next day with 2 others that were still standing so they were re inseminated. Will find out in a fortnight how many come over🤞
 

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