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Welcome to ABSTCM

African Breeders Services Total Cattle Management Limited (ABS TCM LTD): is a distributor of ABS Global, Inc (, a division of Genus Plc., the world leader in bovine genetics and artificial breeding technology. ABS TCM Ltd provides quality genetics and related products to farmers in Sub Saharan Africa. We maintain a fully staffed genetics distribution facility, feed analysis laboratory, liquid nitrogen production and distribution; and nutrition consulting services in Nairobi, Kenya. We provide products and services to Central, East and Southern Africa. We also have extensive experience in providing genetics, training and support services in North Africa, the Middle East and Asia. In addition ABS TCM has experience in beef operations and is a distributor mobile slaughterhouse equipment.

Our goal is not only to provide quality proven genetics, but also to help farmers increase their incomes by providing total cattle management. We have purposely decided to distribute our products through hundreds of small-scale entrepreneurs.

We provide them with training and help to locate financing so that they can start their own business. We have a particular interest in improving the quality of life in rural and peri-urban areas especially for women. Thus we distribute proven genetics, breeding supplies, mastitis prevention products, agricultural equipment, mobile slaughterhouses and agriculture technology that can substantially increase productivity and grow family incomes.



African Breeders Services Total Cattle Management, Limited (ABS TCM, Ltd., is a distributor for American Breeders Service (ABS Global,, a world leader in bovine genetics and artificial breeding technology.  ABS TCM, Ltd. partnered with Land O’Lakes, Inc. in the implementation of the recently ended USAID funded Kenya Dairy Development Program. In Kenya, ABS TCM, Ltd.


Because the decision you make today last a life time. The breeding decisions you make influence your herd for many generations to come. In today's dairy industry, just making time for important breeding decisions can be a challenge -