International Genetic Evaluation Service
MACE has two major advantages over other methods:
This figure shows that the International Genetic Evaluations calculated for sires from countries A and B (and their subsequent ranking’s) can be different from one country to the next.A separate list of International Genetic Evaluations for all traits and sires evaluated is provided to each member country, expressed in their own units and relative to their own base group of animals.This provides the advantage of individual countries being able to identify those animals from around the world that will perform best under their own unique farming conditions.Currently, results are made available to member countries five times per year (January, April, August, September and December) and involves/comprises more than 140,000 bulls of six breed groups.
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