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Strong demand for Limousin genetics

ONLINE sales exports of semen from Limousin bulls are on the rise, as the demand for genetics increases.


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Strong demand for Limousin genetics

Website semenstore.co.uk has reported a trend of predominantly Limousin bloodlines becoming more popular, which has resulted in multi-exports of semen from eights bulls. Destinations include the USA, Australia and New Zealand. A further order has seen Simmental and Blonde semen also exported to the Baltic state of Estonia.

 

Featuring established names and bloodlines within the breed the Limousin exports comprise of semen from Dolcorsllwyn Fabio, Ampertaine Foreman, Bahut, Procters Duvalier, Titanic, Wilodge Cerberus, Fenomen, and Karlos respectively.

 

Semen from the Simmental bull Drumlone Anchor, and the Blonde bull Blackwater Ainsley, both bought through Semenstore, was part of a larger collective shipment heading to Northern Europe and the Animal Breeders Group of Estonia.

 

Commenting on the online export sales Iain Kerr, director of Semenstore said he was delighted to secure and fulfil orders to new and existing buyers across three different continents. Mr Kerr said: “The online Semenstore continues to provide easy access, visibility, and choice, on a worldwide basis to a wide range of breeds and British based genetics.”

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Ampertaine Foreman.

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Blackwater Ainsley.

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