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Genetics Australia confirms sale of Bacchus Marsh farm for $14.65m

Australia’s largest genetics supplier, Genetics Australia Co-operative, has confirmed the $14.65 million sale of one of its major property holdings.
The 125-hectare Parwan Park South near Bacchus Marsh will be sold to a property developer after the sale received strong support from shareholders.

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Genetics Australia Expands in to New Zealand

We are excited to expand the Genetics Australia Cooperative in to New Zealand following our recent partnership with Genetic Enterprises NZ " World Class genetics". Click here to find out more

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Genetics Australia Fields a Strong Team

The April 2018 ABV run has seen a consolidation of Genetics Australia’s elite daughter proven sires. Holstein sire MAEBULL leads the way at $309 BPI. MAEBULL was a popular sire in 2017 and we can’t see this changing in 2018. Leading the way in the genomic stakes is SILVERLINE at $352 BPI.

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HerdInsights in Western Australia

Genetics Australia Merchandise Manager, Graeme Cowan, travelled to southern Western Australia to set-up and fit 570 HerdInsights collars.

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Annual General Meeting Media Release

Genetics Australia recently held its 59th Annual General Meeting at its Bacchus Marsh facility.

 A small group of dedicated shareholder’s and former directors were joined by industry representatives to hear presentations from Chairman, Trevor Henry and General Manager, Anthony Shelly.

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Significant Progress Achieved by Genetics Australia’s Aussie Red Program

The April 2017 Australian proof release includes some excellent results from Genetics Australia’s

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Reliability is King At Genetics Australia

Genomic technology is becoming more and more reliable following each ABV release and has made significant increases in reliability as the technology has evolved during the past five years. Today the most reliable bull’s available are those that combine genomic data with actual Australian daughter performance. The 2017 April ABV just released has highlighted several new high BPI sires backed by daughters with actual Australian performance.

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