In 2008, with the help of the veterinarian who attends the farm, Celina decided to cross her cows with Holstein and Jersey. In 2010, they added the genetics of VikingRed to the herd.
The herd is a bit over 100 cows, which are given popular Columbian names by Celina's granddaughters. La Colina farm has an elite group of animals that stands out for their good udders, hoof health and production of solids as well.
"In addition to general health, the herd is distinguished by its good fertility, as a result of good management and genetic improvement for more than a decade," Celina says.