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Sustainable Development Goals - Climate Action

Real Dairy-Beef data makes selection easy

“I can always learn something when I visit farms”

Lactation persistency - a useful management tool

The way we feed our heifers matters

Farmers are demanding a smaller cow

Beef On Dairy - Ready to serve the market

Reduce the risk of ketosis with genetics

Nordic Holstein population with lower inbreeding

Crossbreeding can reduce methane gas emissions by around 6%

VikingHolstein in crossbreeding

Shallow udders and production

Assentoft, 02 June 2021

VikingGenetics joins Global Climate Task Force

X-Vik farm results in focus

ProCROSS releases ranking index

Feed efficiency takes a major step forward

X-Vik sexed semen accelerates genetic progress

Three large cattle breeding cooperatives in Europe intent to merge

“I am aware of the farmers’ struggles”

Innovative technology at your service

Breed for better udder health and stay profitable

New Zealand landscapes are changing colour with a dash of VikingRed

Reduced biological fitness can lead to a loss in profitability

VikingRed leading the green path with a new strategy

Do genomic breeding values work in practice?

VikingGenetics´ feed efficiency tech commended in prestigious award

What is the difference between polled and scurred?

Beef semen with Jerseys

From an internship to a dream come true

Sexed semen setting trends in cattle breeding

Focusing on polled genetics led to success

Polled bulls are on the rise for VikingHolstein

VikingRed is the leading Red breed

Meet Søren Borchersen, Chief R&D Officer of VikingGenetics

VikingGenetics has launched a new, three-way crossbreeding programme in the UK, suited in particular to spring calving herds on grazing systems.

Leading AI companies in Europe join forces

Using sexed semen is an excellent way to optimise your herd’s performance

The Saved feed index in the Nordic Total Merit Index now includes the breeding value for metabolic efficiency.

The Saved feed index is now part of the Nordic Total Merit Index

VikingRed is the dominant red breed in the world

Saved Feed adds more value to NTM

Benefit from the naturally healthy VikingRed cows

“The effects of using a sexed semen strategy together with genomic testing obviously increases the genetic level in the herd”

By Peter Larson, Senior Breeding and Product Manager, VikingGenetics

VikingJersey – international master of udder health

Improve both production and daughter fertility with VikingRed

VikingHolstein shows daughter proven bull power

Interbull numbers prove the superiority of VikingHolstein

People and Passion

“I always wanted to work keeping the animals healthy”

International daughter fertility trendsetter

The exclusive ProCROSS index

ProCROSS Tour USA February 2020

Peter Larson followed his calling for the Jersey cows

Strategic alliances to strengthen VikingJersey

By Lars Peter Sørensen, Genetic Development Manager, VikingGenetics

Breeding for improved fertility for over 40 years

My vision is to make VikingRed even "greener"

By Claus Langdahl, Senior Holstein Breeding Manager

Bull dams in the spotlight

By Kasia Kupisiewicz, Project Manager R&D

No relevant correlation between progressive motility and field fertility

By Claus Langdahl, VikingHolstein Breeding Manager

We move fast, but are we moving too fast?

VikingGenetics' values and aims

VikingGenetics and the Jersey Cattle Society UK sign a strategical agreement

By Claus Langdahl, Senior Breeding and Product Manager, VikingGenetics

VikingHolstein - master of udder health

By Jan Lassen, project manager R&D

Reduce carbon footprint by genetic selection

Viking On Tour at Härjanurme, Estonia

Saved Feed index released in the Nordics

Sustainable genetics for the future

Total merit indexes – NTM vs. JPI

NTM is about money

Viking sends semen, embryos, and Jersey heifers to Uganda

By Lars Nielsen, Head of Breeding VikingGenetics

Identifying genetic disorders with genomic testing

“We always try to choose as narrow a spectrum of antibiotics as possible and penicillin is still effective”