2023 updated breeding season price guide, sire catalog update, performance plus
Monthly News & Updates
March | 2023
RSG is a sponsor of these upcoming events. Stop by our booth and visit with us about your goals for 2023.
We will have a semen tank with us for your semen movement needs. Please contact Makena Jones 10 days prior to the event to make plans to have semen taken to any of these locations. email@example.com
2023 RSG Breeding Services Price Guide
We are so excited to roll out our 2023 Breeding Services Pricing to you all! Our goal in response to your feedback was to simplify and streamline our system to help you better achieve your goals and develop an easy accurate budget for your program. To accomplish that, you will notice that several line items have been removed and similar services have been “bundled” together. No hidden fees or additional charges!
Click on the image above to download a copy of the Price Guide and reach out to the Client Service team with any questions you have.
If you don’t already have an Account Manager you’re working with, please call 765-978-0301, ext 113 or email the team at firstname.lastname@example.org. These prices will go into effect April 1.
Dr. Tad Thompson spent last month in Australia working with GENSTOCK breeding sheep in the Outback. In addition to doing some LAI and ET work he held several meetings with industry pioneers and university researchers on advancing the standards of small ruminant reproduction.
This past week Dr. Tad and Amanda shared some of their trip highlights with the RSG Team. We are planning a facebook live with Dr. Tad and Dr. Logan very soon to share more about their experiences with all of you.
RSG Sire Catalog – Times 2!
RSG is proud to announce we will be offering two catalogs this year. One featuring our club lamb and registered sheep sires, the other featuring Boer Goat sires. The printed version of the 2023 Sire Catalogs we be available at The Main Event, Midwest Elite, Corp/ Black & White, Young Guns, Reno, Sedalia and our offices in Lebanon, Indiana. The updated Online catalog will be available soon. Watch our facebook page for updates.
If you have a sire you would like to add to the Online Catalog please reach out to Jordan Amburgey.
Dorset lamb leg shag growth after 3 weeks on Performance+!
The primary gene that determines whether sheep are resistant to Scrapie (almost never become infected with Scrapie) or whether they are susceptible (can easily get Scrapie) is a gene that consists of a pair of alleles at Codon 171. These alleles are usually designated as “R” and “Q”.