Scawfell Genetics Bull Stud
At Scawfell Genetics we keep to extremely strict Bio- Security rules ensuring that there is no chance of cross contamination. We follow all the required regulations and take further precautions to make our facility as secure as possible.
Bulls arriving on our bull stud go into an isolation pen while they have all their tests, usually for around a month, however, it can take longer occasionally. If they pass the tests they can be moved into the main bull stud.
Once on the main bull stud semen collection can begin. Semen is collected using natural collection with a teaser as it offers a higher quality sample with a higher fertility rate than electro ejaculation.
Scawfell Genetics is proud to announce the opening of it’s new semen store facility on our bull stud in Cumbria. This is a huge opportunity in the development of the scope of our capabilities within the genetics industry.
Scawfell Genetics partner Agrismart provides agricultural water management offering an alternative to mains water. Our aim is to support farmers achieve self sufficiency, cut their water bill by at least 75% with an ROI of under 3 years!
Our water management solution incorporates low energy pumps, off grid pumps, rain water harvesting, water storage, water tanks and water treatment.
If you want to analyse if there’s a cheaper solution for you with a decent ROI take our
Farm & Equestrian Water Use Survey
Use the form below to contact Agrismart for a no obligation site survey or to express an interest in the National Livestock Database!
National Livestock Database
Agrismart and Scawfell Genetics has also partnered in the National Livestock Database project aimed at developing technology leading to the eradication of livestock thefts, need for movement records and DNA profiling of all cattle.
If you would like to sign up for further information use the form to the left and mention the National Livestock Database in the message.
Fertility in dairy and beef herds
Crossbreeding for hybrid vigour
Estimated Breeding Value – What is an EBV?
Easy Calving Index
Genetic Index Guide
Animal Health – Biosecurity and your own herd
Mastitis in dairy cows
BVD – Bovine Viral Diarrhoea
TB – Bovine Tuberculosis
IBR – infectious bovine rhinotracheiti
Mastitis management tool launched
Bluetongue virus found in cattle imported from France
Breeding dairy using genomics for a better herd
Dairy cow welfare strategy
UK Dairy Industry
Breeding Objectives for the UK
Dairy Farming in Ireland
Beef cattle Breeding and Artificial Insemination
Suckler herd – Improving the genetics
Genetic traits in cattle worth over £360 per head
DNA Testing Aberdeen Angus
Beef Efficiency Scheme