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Very latest doses of Braedale GOLDWYN sold in Switzerland- November 2015 : Swiss Agent Jamil Boukarabila Jaquemet still believes in a bright future with the very best bull of Holstein breed from the last decades
november 2015
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One of the most versatile, polyvalent, seasoned agents, courtiers, brokers on the international markets (renewable energies, property real estate, horse business in high competition range) has just signaled for the attention of the sector of quality dairy farms and Holstein bovine breeding being adjudged the very latest of frozen semen of the best bull in the world, during the last decades, of the Holstein breed.

In fact, Jamil Boukarabila Jaquemet, better known among swiss farming circles under his patronym « Jaquemet » took advantage of the godsend offered by the « SWISSGENETICS TOP SALE » which was held at Brunegg at the end of November 2015, to acquire the precious frozen straws of the Canadian bull Braedale GOLDWYN, who passed away already a few years ago. Braedale GOLDWYN with over 2000 daughters classed « Excellent » and « Grand Champions » on the most prestigious rings in Europe and across the Atlantic, is not likely to be dethroned in the next few years so much has he left an indelebile imprint on the genetics of the Holstein breed.

 

The agent Jamil Boukarabila Jaquemet (on the left) and the auctioneer Andreas Aebi (on the right) surround the former President of the Swiss Confederation, Ueli Maurer, during an auction at Langnau in November 2015.
The agent Jamil Boukarabila Jaquemet (on the left) and the auctioneer Andreas Aebi (on the right) surround the former President of the Swiss Confederation, Ueli Maurer, during an auction at Langnau in November 2015.


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The famous bull of the Holstein breed Braedale GOLDWYN
The famous bull of the Holstein breed Braedale GOLDWYN has fathered very numerous ring champions in the whole world and his sons succeed him in the hit parade of reproducers of the dairy cattle breed today.


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