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males are typically bred until well, they aren't interested in anymore, if he's in good health, 10 years old for a male isn't to old to breed:)
 

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males are typically bred until well, they aren't interested in anymore, if he's in good health, 10 years old for a male isn't to old to breed:)
That is wonderful news to me because I hope Hans lives a good, long and healthy life, and he seems to come from robust lines! ;)
 

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Vala's sire was just shy of 12 when I bred Nike to him. I like to see the old boys still fertile and able to breed. :)
 

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I believe Cayos H-Cayos av Xazziam was on the older side when he was bred as well (I think he may still be breeding?). I know he was on the older side when my friends male was born (Hunter) almost 2 years ago.
 

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Could also be doing AI's....doesn't mean Hans' sire is getting overly exerted.
 

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I don't think that there is anything creepy or gross about it-it allows you to do a breeding that otherwise you would never have been able to do-I think it would be special
 
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