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KOJAK - HIGH FERTILITY SHEDDING MATERNAL

The BreedersBEST Kojak is a new generation composite Non Shearing Breed developed to meet the future needs of the Australian lamb industry.

BreedersBEST Genetics Kojak ewes this year achieved 155.8% fecundity.

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BASED%20ON%20SCIENCE.PNGEarly sexual maturity, high fertility, growth and shedding are paramount selection criteria. The importance of all these factors are critical in our Kojak breeding programs. With the infusion of the Finn Gene into the Kojak we are now enjoying a much higher reproductive rate out of their progeny.

Two seasons ago we introduced Ultra white genetics to enhance muscle characteristics. Three leading Ultrawhite sires were sourced and utilised in an embryo transfer program over our high fertility Kojak ewes.


KOJAK CLIENT TESTIMONIAL


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Right: 15 month old Kojak ewes with twin lambs at foot. These ewes will completely shed by summer, and will undergo embryo transfer flushing this season.

WHEN COMPARED TO EXISTING NON SHEARING BREEDS KOJAKS ARE . .

  • Easily contained with 6/7 line ring lock with NO requirement for a lower barb wire or electric fence.
  • Increased fertility (averaging 20 - 30% increased lambing percentages over existing non shearing breeds).
  • Produce a larger carcass - Kojaks grow out to heavy weight lambs without excessive fat coverage.
  • Kojaks have rapid growth rates - due to their larger frame, Kojak lambs have increased growth rates by a minimum10%.
  • Better shedding when grading up from Merino or other wool breeds. Second cross Kojaks should not require shearing.
  • Improved structural confirmation - especially feet.
  • 2% higher carcass yields in comparison trials
  • As the majority of progeny are produced via embryo transfer, only elite genetics are used for breeding. For a Kojak ewe to enter the breeding flock she must conceive and rear twin lambs by 13 - 15 months of age.