Top performance with GPZ / SPERMEX Genetics in Slovenia
GPZ is the joint partner in Slovenia of SPERMEX GGI and Genetic Austria. German and Austrian genetics stands worldwide for reliability, performance, functionality paired with good conformation.
After several years of activity in this market, we are proud that the market has developed so well and that many successes have already been achieved through the use of our Fleckvieh and Braunvieh genetics. Regularly, daughters of our bulls find themselves in the performance comparisons at the top. It is also very gratifying that the most productive cows in Slovenia are descendants of our genetics.
For the sixth time now, the GPZ team around Anton Darovic and David Princic in Komenda / Slovenia presented at the Agricultural Fair some daughters from the Fleckvieh, Braunvieh and Holstein genetics. On the stand, daughters were shown in milk from previously used SPERMEX, Genetik Austria and GGI genetics, so that the visitors could get a first impression about it.
The animals were individually presented by Anton Darovic in the ring twice a day to outline the benefits and qualities of the different breeds.
A total of ten cows were exhibited, including two Brown Swiss cows - VERDI Guza bred by Alojz Katelic and HURAY Sirka from Dusa. Guza impresses with an average of 5.08% fat and 3.65% protein the last two samples. In addition, three Fleckvieh cows with the fathers Everest, Rumgo and Vanadin.
The tent of GPZ was again very popular and a large number of visitors joined in and informed themselves about the offered genetics and the additional products. We congratulate GPZ on the successful event and thank the whole GPZ team, as well as the Slovenian young breeders for the excellent preparation and presentation of the animals at the exhibition!
Special thanks to Anton Darovic, as well as the breeders of the exhibited animals: Ales Bohinc, Andrej Dusa, Marko Dolinar, Alojz Katelic, Andrej Logonder, Jože Mulej, Anton Pajk, Henrik Polh, Ales Bohinc, Milan Tacinger, Denis Vasle and not to forget the young breeders, who have done an excellent job in preparing and presenting the animals.