Friday, April 1, 2011

Montana legislature upholds virginity tests

The Montana Legislature is commanding center ring in the media circus. From a source not necessarily known for edgy reportage comes this scintillating and fascinating piece from The Northwest's Prairie Star:

These rules include testing all non-virgin bulls that mix with other herds, and testing requirements for non-virgin bulls imported, sold, loaned or leased in Montana.
• Use only virgin bulls or bulls less than 4 years old that have been tested annually.
• Allow only virgin heifers or pairs onto common grazing pastures, or cows that have been away from the bull more than 120 days.


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