Genus plc was launched in 1933 as a division within the Milk Marketing Board. However, in 1994, it was broken from its parent company and took over ABS Global in 1999. An additional takeover of Sygen International plc would follow in 2005, which allowed the Genus to obtain the PLC status.
The company is headquartered in Basingstoke, Hampshire, the UK with a global market, which is growing by the day.
Genus works with farmers seeking high-quality production of meat and milk in an efficient process. Having set its strategies right, it accomplishes this through the use of superior breeding animals. To strengthen its success, the company has invested heavily in new technology and also tends to improve its herds gradually.
The company thrives in values, which accommodate partnerships. It has a deep rooting in science and operates around strategic objectives. And as it continues to evolve, it has already made a positive mark in the LSE market.
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