507JE1769 JX ARCHIE {5} is certainly in high demand following the August 2020 Sire Summary. He is now the No. 1 JPI bull in the breed at +152 GJPI and the No. 3 bull in the breed for Cheese Merit at +$598… but wait, there’s more! He’s also a stellar Wellness Trait bull with +$695 Dairy Wellness Profit ($DWP), and a great production sire with +897 Milk and +101 CFP! Lastly, ARCHIE is an A2A2 sire designated as a FeedPRO and GrazingPRO specialist, and is available gender SELECTED.

A 7JE1604 JX MALDINI {4} son backed by a maternal line of high-producing and high scoring cows, five of ARCHIE’s first six dams are Excellent. Select Sires Inc. Jersey Sire Analyst Marc Bolen commented, “You’re not going to find a high genomic bull of this quality with six generations of Excellent dams averaging almost 92 points very often. We are very lucky to have him in our lineup and I think he’s one that is going to be special for a long time! He is a one-of-a-kind bull in my mind.”

“This is just an emphasis of the dams that he has behind him. His dam actually maxed out at 91 points in early August after her second calf. Then you have a 93-point VISIONARY, who’s a big time milk cow. Then the third dam is a HEADLINE. Then the white-tailed cow, who I really want to emphasize, is eleven years old. She’s 9th lactation, still in the herd, scored 93 earlier this year. There is big production with these cows,” said Marc.

Select Sires Inc. Jersey Sire Analyst Herby Lutz added, “I just love theses dams. I’ve been fortunate enough to see the granddam and the fourth dam several times. You walk around that robot barn and you can tell they know what they’re there for. They are tremendous dairy cows! There are two full sisters to this bull getting ready to calve this fall and it will be interesting to see how they turn out.”

Dam of 507JE1769 JX ARCHIE {5}
JX Jer Bel Bancroft Adeline {6} (E-91%) 

All West Dairy Program Specialist Brian Nelson mentioned, “ARCHIE is going to make cows that have a great combination of dairyness and strength. They’re going to track well on their feet and legs. They’re going to have tight, long fore udders and high, wide rear udders.”




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