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GeneTracker adds new 9k chip for genomic testing dairy heifers
06 November 2017

The dairy genomic testing service GeneTracker is launching a 9K chip option at AgriScot, Edinburgh, on November 15, 2017 to make the technology affordable for more dairy producers. They will now have the choice of the new 9K chip or the higher density 50K chip for collecting key information from the calf’s tissue sample.
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NMR launches Herd Companion with real-time data at UK Dairy Day 2017
05 September 2017

NMR’s web based dairy management system Herd Companion has had a major upgrade to include real-time data entry and reporting. This latest version will be available at UK Dairy Day on September 13th.
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NMR delivers Veterinary CPD course across the UK on genomics
14 July 2017
NMR delivers veterinary CPD course across the UK on genomics
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SireConnect on show at AgriScot
07 November 2016

NMR will demonstrate its new independent dairy bull selection program, SireConnect, at AgriScot on November 16, 2016 (Royal Highland Centre, Ingliston, Edinburgh).  Built in Germany and developed by NMR to meet the needs of the UK market, SireConnect is a web-based service that benefits from direct access to the herd’s NMR data and any available genomic data. 
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Genes to an end
12 September 2016
For Scotland based producer Fergus McDowall this is the key reason  why he is an advocate of genomic testing and an early adopter of NMR's GeneTracker service. So far he has tested around 400 heifers in his Rerrick Park pedigree herd, based near Kirkcudbright in Dumfries and Galloway, and the first of these are now in calf following screening.
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GeneTracker Paves The Way to Improved Breeding Efficiency
17 March 2016
‘Backing’ the right heifer or cow to breed from doesn’t need to be so much of a gamble, thanks to GeneTracker – a new service that will be demonstrated by NMR at the UK Dairy Day, Telford, September 16, 2015.
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