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Life After Drag Iron
Drag Iron brought great genetic strength to the Dickinson Cattle Co herd with easy to sell bright brindles, tall heavy cattle, easy dispositions, correct conformation and excellent retaining demand (people want to keep Drag Iron progeny instead of quickly selling them). Last month Drag Iron was purchased by Glendenning Farms of Celina, Texas. He is at GF now. When he left DCCI there were 73 of his daughters in the herd, full sisters, full brothers, great flashy colored sons and semen to assure future new progeny. Now, what happens after Drag Iron is gone?
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