When Robert Spencer Of Alabama A And M University Research Center For Small Farms?

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The first teaser Doe did not want to participate in physical activity, and refused to create fun of dollars to be wagging his tail, did not have a permanent heat. Another Doe was brought to stand head-Catcher, and seemed a little ‘more interested in male companionship. The dollar first collection really interested in him! Hercules was the scene of a competition for the dollar more. Whoop cry of love talk did the trick, and the first Buck, owned by Jimmy and Jenna Martin Cornersville, TN, a successful harvest.

The Hercules had produced 41 straws with a rate of 85% post thaw. The starting with 150 million sperm, and thus a 80% post-thaw provides 120 million viable sperm per straw. The industry “standard” 60000000 sperm believes necessary to fertilize an egg.We learned firsthand the importance of having your Buck semen collected in November 2002. The father of our young team was able to hang his horns on a barbed wire fence, trying to go under it. After what must have been a long and unsuccessful struggle with the closing Enhancer (Buck) finally gave up. We do not know how long he lay on the ground, but when we went down to see if goats almost 10 hours, he lay with a sheet stuck frozen in his mouth. We have brought him to the barn and called the vet. Enhancer spent 10 days at the animal clinic. He had suffered from hypothermia, which left him with a swollen brain. We reluctantly agreed to withdraw life support plug. Unfortunately, we had collected some straw of semen enhancer I. When he created six joke started, we discovered what a truly great Boer buck goat that we had lost.

When Robert Spencer, Alabama A & M University Small Farms Research Center told us that he was about to organize a collection of Buck and the AI ​​seminar in the fall, we jumped at the opportunity to attend and have our two bulls of the herd, Enhancer II and Hercules collected. Early in the morning, Veterans Day we loaded dollars in the trailer and taken to Fayetteville, Tennessee.Next was the turn of Hercules. Yes! (The one other from the viewpoint of Hercules. We often think of one month from 8 years of buckling a child of 18 years, were the same thing on their minds.) Hercules wasted no time in carrying out for the crowd of spectators in this process. The first test was good (about 27 doses), but decided to give one more chance to Hercules.


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