Simmental Cattle and Blue Belgium Cattle Ready for Sale


Spring is here and we are collecting a large number of cattle, mainly bulls from the Simmental and Blue Belgium breed. Our current livestock has a weight of around 300-600 kg/head and is of the finest quality. Most of it is Simmental but we do have some Blue Belgium heads that are sure to impress.
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The bulls have all EU required sanitary veterinary treatments done with all certificated for export needed. They also have their own passports for identification purposes.

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We prefer to work with the Simmental and BlueBelgium breed because they are of a higher quality compared to the Holstein (black and white) breed of cattle. They have a better meat to weight ratio and a higher survivability rate, therefore lower risk of death during sea transport.

Livestock of cattle, sheep and goats and poultry increased, while livestock of pigs decreased.

oite1Livestock of cattle, sheep and goats and poultry increased, while livestock of pigs decreased. The National Institute of Statistics carried out the statistical survey regarding „Livestock and animal production in 2012”. Following the results of the statistical survey in 2012 compared to 2011, livestock of cattle, sheep and goats and poultry increased and livestock of pigs decreased.

Total number of cattle points out a growth of 1.0 %, while origin livestock (milk cows, buffalo cows for reproduction and heifers for reproduction) remained almost constant on December 1, 2012.
Total number of pigs decreased by 2.4%, while origin livestock (breeding sows) increased by 4.8%.
Total number of sheep and goats increased by 3.4%, while origin livestock (sheep, ewes and goats) increased by 3.2%.
Total number of poultry registered a growth of 0.4%, while number of adult layer poultry increased by 0.5%.

After successive growth of cattle livestock, reaching about 3 million heads at the end of 2006, significant falls constantly followed until 2010. Since 2010, cattle livestock were kept at about a constant level.

Pigs livestock constantly decreased, in 2012 being by 23.2% less than in 2006.
Since 2006, sheep and goats livestock registered major growths, in 2—9 reaching 10.1 million heads, following a slight fall, while in 2012 reaching the same level as in 2009.
Poultry livestock decreased, in 2012 being by 5.7% less than in 2006.

Livestock in Romania

For cattle livestock, Romania holds the tenth place among the countries of European Union, after France, Germany, United Kingdom, Ireland, Italy, Spain, Poland, Netherlands and Belgium. Regarding the density per 100 ha of land, our country is among the last countries of European Union, being followed by Hungary and Bulgaria.

At the end of 2012, for pigs livestock, Romania holds the ninth place in the European Union, after Germany, Spain, France, Denmark, Netherlands, Poland, Italy and Belgium. Regarding the density per 100 ha of land, our country is followed by the following countries such as Greece, Sweden, Finland, Slovakia, Lithuania and Bulgaria.

Livestock Export During Winter

As some of you might already know we have a lot of snow right now in Romania. For the past week or so we have had powerful blizzards with snow as high as two meters in some areas and winds up to 100 km/h. It certainly sounds quite extreme but we are actually used with this weather during wintertime. To be honest we did not really had a proper winter this year, with the only snow falling in the past weeks. Temperatures are also way below 0 degrees Celsius, with some areas witnessing as low as -25 degrees Celsius, which is quite cold even for us.

Some of our clients ask us if we are still able to offer sheep for sale during winter, knowing the rough conditions we have to put up with. Although it is much harder to do business at these low temperatures and snow, the good news is, as a livestock exporter, we are prepared. This is mainly because we have enclosed housings for sheep and cattle with a capacity of over 8,000 lambs and bulls. Inside these livestock stables we have a temperature of over 18 degrees Celsius, which is good for a comfortable living. Most farms do not have such facilities, which makes accommodating livestock almost impossible during these months.

So even with such cold temperatures and lots of snow falling, it is business as usual for us.

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