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Unread November 29th, 2011, 16:33
Rhodie Rhodie is offline
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I have never leased bulls, too many disease risks, when I used to sell bulls there was an understanding I would replace any bull not performing or if one died within two months, only ever replaced one that was bitten by a snake, so I replaced him as agreed to maintain my reputation as a seedstock producer. I would have thought in leasing out a bull, an insurance policy should be taken out to cover death or injury of the bull, and an arrangement (by the owner) to replace him if he is found to be sterile. In any agreement of this type, make sure all the bases are covered in writing before taking posession of the bull, I have no solution to your friends present predicament.
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