A terminal sire is a sire that has genetics for calves that are intended to be used for slaughter instead of for breeding purposes. Terminal sires include such breeds as Simmental, Charolais, Limousin, Maine Anjou and Blonde d'Aquitaine. Terminal sires have the genetics for higher weight gains and larger weaning weights than maternal sires. Terminal sires stress for more masculine qualities (i.e., muscling) than maternal sires (milking ability, mothering ability, calving ease, etc.)
Both terminal and maternal. The growth of Simmentals in accordance for feedlot makes the breed more suitable as a terminal breed, though calving ease in this breed is not the greatest.
A sire is the father of an animal or human.
The plural of sire is sires.
Secretariat's sire was Bold Ruler
Dam: mother Sire: father
A sire is the father of a horse.
Sire Records was created in 1966.
A sire is the Father of a horse
You didn't say which meaning of the word you wanted to use. If you mean sire as in a ruler, you can try this sentence. "Good morning, Sire," said the court jester. If you mean sire as in the male animal which is the father, you can try this one. That horse is the sire of all these colts. If you mean to sire, as in to father offspring, try this sentence. A fine bull can sire hundreds of offspring.
Sire Ma was born on 1987-07-31.
James W. Sire was born in 1933.