Semenstore exports to Australia & Norway

Semenstore continues to prove attractive to purchasers abroad as a source of quality Limousin genetics.  The most recent exports have seen semen sold to both Australia and Norway. 

Keystone Genetics is a privately owned artificial breeding business located in North-East Victoria, Australia. They specialise in heavily muscled, high yielding Limousin genetics that are derived from a strong network of partners including the UK.  Previous purchasers through Semenstore, they have recently purchased a further 100 straws of semen from Milbrook Alistair, the Domino son owned by E Blenkhorn & Son, Elder Farm, Willitoft, Goole, East Yorkshire.  This follows on from an initial 100 straws purchased back in 2009.  Commenting, Tim Keys says, “Alistair’s first calves have arrived in Australia and are looking good. My customers are happy with the calves and calving ease is living up to expectations.”  

In a further recent export, 30 straws of Bolide have been sent to a Norwegian customer.  Purchased in 2009 Bolide is offered through Semenstore by RM Hazard & Son, Saltby Heath Farm, Skillington, Grantham.  Featuring regularly on the Semenstore’s best sellers list, Bolide is by Neuf and carries Ionesco and Highlander on the dam line.  

Since its launch in 2009, semen has been exported through the Semenstore to five continents and seventeen countries in all.

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