Posted by on Thursday, August 10th, 2017 in General

A question we are commonly asked is, will cloned animals act the same as the original?  All animals are the result of G x E (genetics times environment).  We know that we can provide you with a genetic match but the environment the original animal was raised in simply cannot be copied. So how much […]

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Posted by on Wednesday, August 2nd, 2017 in General

Mike Harbour has loved Southdown sheep virtually his entire life.  For over 41 years, he has been in the Southdown business, starting as a young child.  Harbour Livestock is still a family business with Mike and his wife, Connie Jo, and their family, entering into the third generation of raising quality sheep and goats in […]

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Posted by on Monday, July 24th, 2017 in General

A common argument against cloning is that it will not contribute to the gene pool.  So for the sake of argument, let’s take a look at two ways cloned animals do contribute to the gene pool. Scenario #1 – You have a young sire or dam that is a rock-star from birth.  Perhaps they are […]

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Posted by on Monday, July 10th, 2017 in General

Please allow me to introduce you to Dale and Holly Hummel and their family, who own and operate Hummel Livestock.  With a base in Illinois, Dale is a very articulate, well-educated man with a world of knowledge about the Boer goat breed.  The contribution of Hummel Livestock to the Boer goat community in the U.S. […]

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Posted by on Monday, July 10th, 2017 in General

Have you ever stopped to think about how your feline companion experiences the world? How their senses differ from ours? Here is a quick summary of how impressive your cat is: Sight Our feline friends have similar sight to us, but with slight differences that have adapted to fit their needs. Overall, cats have a […]

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