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Discover your herd’s potential

  • Delivers reliable predictions of genetic merit based on test results of core traits
  • Enables more confident selection decisions for a more valuable dairy herd
  • Provides a lifetime of information early in life

Do better than relying only on parent average, thanks to CLARIFIDE’s Genomic Predicted Transmitting Ability (GPTA) values1.

  • Reveal more about the actual genetic potential of the animal instead of simply measuring an average of the parents’ estimated genetic makeup
  • Delivers 60% to 70% reliability2 as opposed to 20% to 30% for parent average3
  • Dairy producers can anticipate with confidence and make decisions with science and history on their side
Make smart decisions with fewer guesses when it comes to selection and breeding.
  • Recognize high-genetic females and apply sexed semen, embryo transfer, in vitro fertilization, etc. to drive faster progress
  • Identify heifers that may be better used as recipients for high-quality embryos, bred with conventional semen or sold for other purposes
  • Address fertility haplotypes and genetic conditions that can be better managed in mating programs
  • Provides the same or higher level of reliability as data from 115 milking daughters for reproduction—more than a lifetime of information with one test4
  • Validate parentage to more correctly address inbreeding through mating programs

CLARIFIDE makes it easier to understand genomics by bringing you information that really matters:

  • Over 30 production, health and type traits, composite indexes, genetic conditions and haplotypes
  • Data that helps you plan more accurately for the short and long term
  • Provides electronic reports that can be integrated into some herd management software or mating programs

For more resources on using CLARIFIDE in your herd, please download:

  1. GPTA values are derived from the USDA-CDCB dairy genetic evaluation system using CLARIFIDE data.
  2. Zoetis data on file. Results from analysis of cumulative 3K and 6K results reported from USDA-CDCB dairy genetic evaluation as of September 2012 and associated submission data.
  3. Source: USDA-CDCB evaluation for CLARIFIDE-tested Holstein females ≤12 months of age as of April 2014. Median value for NM$ in this data set = 22%.
  4. Zoetis data on file.

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Kalamazoo, MI 49007-9970

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