Milk production takes top spot

Lawrence, Chrissie
November 2006
Farmers Weekly;11/17/2006, Vol. 145 Issue 20, p46
Trade Publication
The article provides information on the top cattle breeds in Great Britain in November 2006. The number one sire in the November figures, O-Bee Manfred Justice, may not be the highest ranking for production but he tops the rankings due to the addition of a second crop of daughters. In second place and down from top place is Mascol. He is followed by three Great Britain-tested sires starting with Picston Shottle, MOET Lookout and Netherside Dynamo.


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