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Livestock that suits
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VikingGenetics collaborates with VikingLivestock and Faba on livestock export. Together we are able to give you the best advice in the selection of cattle and semen. Genetics that will fit in your production.

VikingLivestock - Denmark

VikingLivestock is one of the leading cattle export organizations in Denmark. Our goal is to source the best breeding cattle that suit your demands. The breeders in Denmark are among the most efficient in the world. They have productive, healthy and cost effective cows with a high genetic level.

VikingLivestock is owned by VikingDanmark and are partners with VikingGenetics. VikingDanmark offers breeding and reproductive advisory to all their customers. This gives VikingLivestock customers access to the whole Viking association.

The Viking association have breeding specialists for all main cattle breeds and have in-house specialists in reproduction (veterinarians and technicians). They have efficient breeding programmes and produce high class semen. The Viking association creates value for farmers and customers in Denmark and around the world on a daily basis. We pride ourselves with good customer experiences.

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Faba - Finland

Faba has a long experience of animal export and is the only direct supplier of Finnish cattle.

They offer high-value breeding heifers that have passed a strict health and quality criteria, directly from the best breeders in Finland.

On the international market, along with high-quality breeding material with full after sales support, Faba offers a wide range of consulting services and training programs on the following issues:

  • breeding
  • artificial insemination
  • animal registration
  • embryo transfer
  • increase in herd reproduction and fertility improvement
  • hoof health

Faba is happy to share the experience of the best Northern European farmers and researchers in the field of creating a highly profitable herd!

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