OUR TRAITS

BULLS

Stabiliser® bulls are selected for performance, high fertility, good health and good feet, which enables a high cow to bull ratio. At the same time, they are docile and polled, making them easy to manage. We import embryos from America to ensure the UK Stabiliser® gene pool continues to improve.

Good Feet
High Health Animals
Highly Fertile
Sire Verified
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COWS

Stabiliser® cows combine a number of traits that help produce a profitable suckler herd including high fertility, good feed efficiency, moderate size, great mothering instincts and good producers of milk, helping their calves to get the best start in life.

Easy Calving
Forage Efficient
Good milk
Moderate Size Cow

Heifers

Stabiliser® heifers are highly fertile and achieve maturity earlier than other suckler females, meaning they can calved at two years of age. These traits combine to produce a highly efficient animal that helps deliver improved profitability for farmers.

Early Maturing
Feed Efficient
Good Udder
Polled
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CALVES

Stabiliser® calves combine a low birth weight with a high growth rate. This means they calve easily and grow quickly, they can do this on a grass based system, hitting target carcass specifications as heifers, steers and bulls.

They are naturally polled, calm, and easy to handle, reducing stress and workload during management.

High performing
Hit carcass specification
Low Carbon Beef
Younger finishing

OUR EXPERT SELECTED TRAITS

Stabiliser® cattle are bred with a vast array of different traits that make them the most efficient and profitable beef cattle available today. The complete range of benefits includes:

Consumer satisfaction
Docile Nature
Early Maturing
Easy Calving
Feed Efficient
Good Feet
Good growth rates
Good milk
Good Udder
Grass Based Beef
High performing
High Quality Beef
High Welfare Beef
Highly Fertile
Highly Profitable
Low Birthweight
Low Carbon Beef
Moderate Size Cow
Polled
Sire Verified
Time Efficient
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