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Offline CBIX

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Sahara is Freezing
« on: May 12, 2010, 10:36:27 PM »
During the last month, Sahara was being collected at REI in Stillwater and we are very pleased at how fertile he was for such a young age. He was producing very well from even his first collection and that semen is now available through Cattle Visions, SEK Genetics, and myself. I know how everyone wants to see these bulls after they have matured some and are at stud and we're not ashamed to show him so we took a picture of him when we got him back home. Sahara has just seemed to get better with age and we are very pleased with how he has progressed since there are so many of these bulls that are hard to look at while they are at stud even just as yearlings. Hopefully some of you were able to stop by and see him there and he's always available for viewing here if anyone is ever in the area. It has been nice to hear how pleased some people have been with him after they have been able to see him in person. Most people have admired his potential to produce very square made powerful steers along with the versatilty of siring females with lot of volume that can be mated back on more clubby bulls or kept clean to continue producing valuable bulls and females.  We recommend using Sahara on more common patterned, flatter made females that need extra volume, rib shape, and mass. From his composition, he should also compliment carrier females that are more narrow made to add top shape, and more muscle expression in a very level, square built package. If you have any questions on Sahara,  how to mate him, his full siblings, or just cattle in general we would be glad to talk to you. Thanks

Clark Bixler
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Re: Sahara is Freezing
« Reply #1 on: May 12, 2010, 10:39:50 PM »
i thought it was a story about global warming till i opened it up.

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Re: Sahara is Freezing
« Reply #2 on: May 13, 2010, 01:30:59 AM »
I like him a lot.


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