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Newest Daughter-proven options to fit your genetic plan

Side-by-side professional photos of daughters by AltaLEAF and AltaSPRING

Is high reliability part of your genetic plan? If so, select from several sire options atop our daughter-proven lineup. These bulls are either new to the proven ranks, or have just added new daughter information.

011HO11478 AltaLEAF and 011HO11437 AltaSPRING are international producer favorites that remain atop our daughter-proven ranks. With the addition of hundreds of daughters each, both of these household names gained significant TPI points and Net Merit $!

These new bulls to the daughter-proven lineup offer a wide range of trait specialties to fit many different customized g­enetic plans.

11HO11531 AltaSABRE | JACEY X ROBUST X PLANET | 511 | 2624 TPI

  • Health trait outlier at 4.2 DPR and 7.7 PL
  • Tall, strong cows with high, wide rear udder attachments and ideal feet and legs
Grazing photo of Cottonwood Sabre 1535
Cottonwood Sabre 1535 | Cottonwood Dairy | South Wayne, WI

11HO11493 AltaHOTROD | JEROD X AltaIOTA X GOLDWYN | 511 | 2616 TPI

  • Great production, high type, and solid daughter fertility
  • Tall, long, stylish cows
  • Youthful, well-attached udders – protect for short teats
Professional side shot daughter photo of Parbro HOTROD Hannah, daughter of 11HO11493 AltaHOTROD
Parbro HOTROD Hannah | Owner: Parbro Farms | Uxbridge, ON

11HO11601 AltaHIFASHN | MAYFLOWER X MASSEY X OMAN | 2588 TPI

  • Great commercial cows with excellent rear udders
  • A balanced proof with sound production numbers, great health and fertility, and great functional type!

11HO11523 AltaHOTSHOT | PRIDE X CAMERON X MAN-O-MAN | 2576 TPI

  • Medium framed cows with strong fore udder attachments
  • By adding daughters, he improved 100 TPI points and 108 NM$
  • Outcross sire

11HO11499 AltaMEGLO | SUPERSIRE X FREDDIE X PLANET | 511 | 2572 TPI

  • Small to medium sized cows with open rib and strong udder attachments
  • Unique combination of excellent production (1962 Milk, 135 CFP) with exceptional 3.6 DPR
  • Outlier for conventional sire fertility

11HO11508 AltaCONSUL | AltaEMBASSY X ROBUST X PLANET | 2547 TPI

  • Wide rumps, high clearance udders and longer teat length
  • Great combination of high production and favorable health traits

11HO11537 AltaJANGO | TANGO X SHAMROCK X FREDDIE | 2508 TPI

  • Health and type trait specialist
  • DPR of 2.7 and SCS at 2.78
  • Favorable type traits at 2.13 UDC, 1.98 FLC
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Kaila Wussow, Alta ADVANTAGE Intern

Our final intern to highlight for the summer of 2018 is Kaila Wussow of Cecil, WI, an Alta ADVANTAGE Intern in the North Central team.

Being raised on a 100 cow Holstein and Jersey farm in Northeast Wisconsin, Wussow found herself involved with calf care and show cow management on the farm. Throughout her youth, 4-H, FFA and the WI Jr. Jersey Breeders Association allowed her to make vital connections within the industry. These personal connections inspired her to make a career in the industry. A senior at the University of Wisconsin-River Falls, Wussow will graduate in December with her Bachelor’s of Science in Dairy Science and Agriculture Marketing Communications.

Throughout the summer with us, Wussow has been working alongside herds and dairy producers. Part of her role this summer includes on-farm video shoots to be used for herd employee trainings. This has allowed her to further understand best management practices on progressive dairies for various situations.

Wussow says, “I knew that Alta would challenge me to step outside my comfort zone and help me grow as an individual, which has been very true so far!”

As a dairy enthusiast through and through, Wussow says she loves to unwind from a long day at work with a bowl of ice cream! Welcome to our team, Kaila Wussow, our Alta ADVANTAGE Intern!

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Jack Vander Dussen, Alta ADVANTAGE Intern

Our 2018 Atlantic team Alta ADVANTAGE Intern is Jack Vander Dussen, from Hanford, CA. Born and raised in California on a 2600 cow dairy, Vander Dussen has worked on the dairy during summer vacations. This gave him a window of opportunity to explore all aspects of the dairy, leading him to find his passions within the industry. Currently, Vander Dussen is a senior at California Polytechnic State University-San Luis Obispo, majoring in Dairy Science with a minor in Crop Science.

Vander Dussen was able to get a peek at Alta culture when he attended the 2017 Alta ADVANTAGE Showcase tour in Michigan. This invitation-only event enables dairymen and women from across the globe to learn from the most progressive dairies on a variety of subjects while touring the farm facilities. Vander Dussen says, “The people and the culture I experienced at Showcase last summer… are focused on excellence through the practice of being progressive in business and culture.” The progressive mindset and culture of the people, led him to pursue a summer internship.

Throughout the summer months, Vander Dussen will be part of the Atlantic team, which is a much different ballgame than California. “I am excited at the opportunity to blend it with my knowledge of the California dairy industry,” says Vander Dussen as he begins his role this June.

Like a true dairy farmer, Vander Dussen says his favorite dairy product is milk—it’s simply nutritious and always refreshing! With nine essential nutrients, milk is nature’s most nearly perfect food to enjoy.

Welcome, Jack Vander Dussen, our Atlantic team Alta ADVANTAGE Intern!

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Matthew Lansing, Alta ADVANTAGE Intern

Our Alta ADVANTAGE Intern working with progressive dairies on the West Coast is Matthew Lansing. Hailing from Hopkinton, Iowa, Lansing was raised on a 160-cow dairy where he found himself involved in the local 4-H Club and FFA Chapter, showing cattle. A senior at Iowa State University, Lansing will graduate in May of 2019 earning his undergraduate degree in Animal Science.

“I chose Alta because of the endless opportunities they provide you and the knowledge they supply you with in the field.”

A new opportunity Alta has given him, is working this summer on the West Coast. While in Washington and Oregon, Lansing is out in the field, doing matings, breeding, and helping farmers analyze their reproductive programs through DairyComp..

As an athlete and dairy enthusiast, Lansing says his favorite dairy product is chocolate milk. Known for its added benefits of protein, potassium and calcium, chocolate milk is an excellent (and tasty) way to recover after any physical activity.

Welcome, Matthew Lansing, our Alta ADVANTAGE Intern!

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Olivia Burnetter, Reproductive Management Intern

Our Reproductive Management Intern, hailing from Burnt Hills, NY, is Olivia Burnetter. This New York native did not grow up in the dairy industry, but quickly took it upon herself to become immersed at dairies nearby. Currently, she is earning her final 12 credits at SUNY Cobleskill to finish her undergraduate degree in Animal Science.

Burnetter has separated herself from her peers by her ability to speak Spanish, a skill that she hopes to make even stronger throughout the summer. As a Reproductive Management intern, Burnetter will be working with synchronization programs and protocols, heat detection systems, and A.I. technicians on several farms in Arizona. Her internship involves working in conjunction with technicians, tech team leads and district sales managers within her area. Her Spanish speaking skills within this geographic area will serve as a valuable asset as she continues to learn about reproductive management with us in Arizona.

“I love that Alta is about service and creating value rather than just selling a product,” she says. But in June Dairy Month fashion, Burnetter says her favorite dairy product is any type of cheese! Added to any dish, cheese can serve as a delicious way to make an old recipe new.

Our interns create value, build trust and deliver results for the future of our company and we are excited to see where Olivia goes this summer. Welcome, Olivia Burnetter, our Reproductive Management Intern!

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Katie Kovalaske, Calf Specialist Intern

Our 2018 Calf Specialist Intern, is Katie Kovalaske of Waterloo, WI. Being raised on her family’s 80 cow dairy working with dairies upwards of 5,000 cows, Kovalaske has been able to find her niche in the industry. Currently, she is a senior at the University of Wisconsin-River Falls where she will graduate in December earning her undergraduate degree in Dairy Science with a minor in Animal Science.

Kovalaske says she wanted to intern with us because, “Alta offers a unique opportunity to strictly work with calves,” a passion of hers that can be found in just a few moments of conversation. Throughout the summer, she says it is her goal to help producers understand the long-term impact, and return on investment, that high quality calf programs can offer for milk production later in life.

Kovalaske will be helping to raise awareness for calf care protocols through our sister company, SCCL, and their CCT Colostrum products.

As a Wisconsin native, Kovalaske says her favorite dairy product is Mozzarella cheese, a key ingredient for any pizza party to be had throughout the year. Happy June Dairy Month Katie!

We welcome our Calf Specialist Intern, Katie Kovalaske!

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Kindschuh, Marketing Communications Intern

The 2018 US Marketing Communications Intern is Kati Kindschuh of Brownsville, WI. Growing up on her family’s 60 cow Registered Holstein farm, she found her passion for the dairy industry as a 4-H and FFA member exhibiting cattle at the county and state fair. She is currently a senior at the University of Wisconsin-River Falls where she will graduate in December with her bachelor’s degree in Agricultural Marketing Communications.

She says, “I chose to work with Alta Genetics because I want to help the most progressive dairies tell their story throughout the world.” Throughout her internship here at Alta, Kindschuh is focusing on strengthening the social media presence and increasing overall following on platforms such as Facebook, Instagram and Snapchat. Additionally, her focus is on the overall promotion of Alta Genetics and the extensive quality control process that we are proud of.

As a dairy industry enthusiast, Kindschuh says her favorite dairy product is butter! As a healthy source of fats, butter can be used to bake or add flavor to your meal.

We welcome Kati, our 2018 US Marketing Communications Intern!

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