Access the CDCB genetic and genomic evaluation results for individual animals.
CDCB is the main gear of the U.S. dairy cattle breeding engine.
The Council on Dairy Cattle Breeding is an industry collaboration that benefits the dairy community by providing gold standard genetic evaluations for the improvement of dairy cattle populations.
CDCB releases official genomic
evaluations on a monthly basis.
Genomic evaluations are released non-officially on a weekly basis.
Traditional evaluations are run 3 times a year (in April, August and December).
The CDCB allied partners' cooperator database
is the largest in the world devoted to dairy animals.
The cooperator database stores over 138 million female performance records, 3.5 million animal genotypes and
approximately 590,000 bulls with genetic evaluations or genomic predictions.
Have a quick glance of the overall results from the latest CDCB official evaluations.
Learn about the great genetic progress made by U.S. dairy breeds.
As of August 2018, Net Merit $ includes the six health traits launched in April.