Fullblood

Fullbloods are the genetic base of the Simmental breed. Imported to North America in 1960s, Fullbloods are known for their production of lean muscle and milk. They have proven to be adaptable to a variety of environments and production systems.

"Fleckviehs..." by Fred Schuetze,
Fullblood Simmental Fleckvieh Federation Guide 2008-2009

Fullblood Percentile Table

www.fleckvieh.com

"Favoring Fullblood Fleckvieh" by Dan Rieder, editor, the Register

Only animals whose ancestors originate from the herdbooks of countries recognized by the World Simmental Federation are eligible for the designation of Fullblood. Satisfactory evidence that the animal has no known ancestory of another breed must be provided to the American Simmental Association prior to registration.

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