lapin femelle NGPC

NGPC
male

The Robustness & Ease of driving guarantee
lapin femelle NGPC

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The Robustness & Ease of driving guarantee

General
characteristics

The NGPC is the new GP Hyla male from the selection based on sustainability, the foundation stone of the OPTIMA range.

From the Hyla selection, they guarantee the size, robustness and homogeneity of kits from the PS Hyla female.

Qualities of the NGPC male:

  • Ease of collection
  • Increased sperm production
  • Early sexual maturity

They pass down their genetic qualities to the Hyla OPTIMA parental female::

  • Robustness
  • Simple handling
  • Persistence of young females greater than 85% in third parturition
  • Potential prolificacy of 9.8 – 10.3 live births/AI

→ Discover the Hyla OPTIMA parental female

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Homogeneity of number of live births per parturition

Homogeneity of weights of kits born

Robustness

schéma des lignées génétiques optima, NGPC et GP 25

Detailed
characteristics

Hyla
female breeding line

  • Father of the PS Hyla OPTIMA female

Significant
robustness

  • From a selection model based on resistance to infectious disorders
  • Easily adapts to different environments

Homogeneity of
kit weights

  • Homogeneity of number of live births per parturition
  • Viable kits and a size that corresponds to production standards
  • Homogeneity of weights of kits born and available for sale

Excellent
prolificacy

  • Potential of PS Hyla OPTIMA female: 9.8 – 10.3 live births per parturition

The
TESTIMONIALS

EXPERT VIEWPOINTS

The GP Optima female, crossed with the NGPC male, produces the PS Hyla OPTIMA parental female.

This male from the new HYLA selection scheme was designed to retain the size of the HYLA parental female and provide her with additional robustness. Furthermore, the work carried out on the line provides PS Hyla OPTIMA females with good maternal qualities, with a homogeneity of the kits at weaning.

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