A typical Charolais Bull (Picture: Wikicommons)
A bull in Ireland is facing the prospect of a visit to the abattoir, because he only has eyes for his male counterparts.
Benjy, a pedigree Charolais bull, who belongs to a farm in County Mayo, was bought to breed with fertile cows.
However, when they were later examined, it was revealed that none of the animals had been impregnated.
It had been initially thought that this was due to Benjy suffering performance anxiety, after having to deal with the pressure of having sex in public.
After his sexual habits were consequently monitored, it became apparent that he was more inclined to the affections of bulls.
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The unnamed farmer who owns Benjy told the Irish Daily Mail that while he…
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