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We specialize in the sourcing, importation, exportation and distribution of Superior Conventional & Sexed Beef Semen. Feature Beef Breeds include - Angus & Charolais. The Front Page to CRV Beef in Australia has been updated to offer the latest articles & sire listings. Be sure to check back often for 'SPECIALS' & Sire Updates.
2013 CRV Australia Beef Catalogue
CRV Australia have released a super new lineup of Beef Sires in our 2012 / 13 Beef Sires Catalogue. Click here
New Sires Available from CRV Australia
CRV Australia have again invested in 'NEW' top notch Angus Genetics, click here
Mohnen Heartrate 1751 Connelly United 1512
New Charolais Genetics to arrive at CRV Australia
CRV Australia have invested in 'NEW' Charolais Genetics, click here
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Update on 'Contractual Arachnodactyly' formally known as Fawn Calf Syndrone
After more than a year of research aimed at the identification of the mutation causing Contractual Arachnodactyly More...
Research Update on Hydrocephalus - Jonathan E. Beever, Ph.D.
Earlier this year the American Angus Association, via Dr. Steffen at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, posted a request for reporting of calves having a phenotype referred to as hydrocephalus. As Dr. Steffen described in the request, these calves have a severe phenotype that includes an extremely large cranium with little or no brain and spinal cord present. More.....
Idiopathic Epilepsy (IE) in Hereford Cattle
Symptoms: Age of onset (occurrence of the first seizure) can be variable, ranging from birth to several months of age. Occurrence and persistence of seizures may be influenced by environmental stressors such as temperature extremes. More...
Osteopetrosis "Marble Bone Disease" Update
Researchers find Causal Mutation
A collaborative effort of scientists at USDA MARC, USDA BARC, University of Illinois, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, University of Maryland and University of Wyoming has identified a mutation causing Osteopetrosis (OS) in Red Angus cattle. More...
An Update on Arthrogryposis Multiplex in Cattle - Jonathan Beever, University of Illinois
Since September 8, 2008, researchers at the University of Illinois and the University of Nebraska, in collaboration with the American Angus Association, have been investigating the genetic condition called Arthrogryposis Multiplex (AM), commonly referred to as "Curly Calf Syndrome (CCS)" in Angus cattle. More...