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LIC Premier Club

More than a club... this is trust, support, prosperity

Exclusive Benefits

LIC's Premier Club Offers

  • Access to LIC's Premier Club Bulls;
  • The option to receive tailored email tips from LIC's 6-week in-calf challenge;
  • Access to LIC training resources and tools;
  • Support and information from a LIC dairy industry experts;
  • Entry to LIC Premier Club competitions and prize draws; and
  • Offspring that meet criteria set by LIC Ireland will be considered to enter the LIC Irish Breeding Programme.
More than a club...
...this is trust, support, prosperity
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News & Events

Strong start to 2018 for LIC Ireland as Co-Op plans to start breeding Irish LIC Bulls

LIC Ireland are delighted to have over 500 members already signed up to the Premier Club. Given this interest and the positive response from farmers to date, LIC plans to increase its investment in the Irish dairy industry through the establishment of an LIC Irish Bull Breeding Programme in 2018.

Next generation of top bulls land at LIC

New Zealand’s busy calving period is well and truly wrapped up for most dairy farms but for the country’s largest supplier of dairy genetics, the annual influx has just begun with the industry’s most promising young talent arriving at LIC’s farm in Hamilton, New Zealand.

Seven interesting facts about gestation length

With calving well underway, farmers will be noticing the actual arrival date of their calves compared to the expected arrival date. While many will be arriving on or close to their due dates, some may be quite a few days either side of when they were expected. This could have a lot to do with the gestation length breeding values (BV) of the animals you used for mating.