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#5662472 - 03/21/15 07:18 PM Marhor Help
mulie_mike Offline
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Registered: 10/17/07
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Loc: El Paso Texas
Those of you that have them or have dealt with them please help me out.

Are they easy or hard to raise?
Any tips or pointers for someone looking at getting a breeding herd established?

How many years for one to reach maturity/trophy quality from a yearling?

Thanks
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#5662674 - 03/21/15 08:47 PM Re: Marhor Help [Re: mulie_mike]
Aaron-Ibex Offline
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I raise ibex and I've heard they are very similar Except they can jump even higher. I believe 4 years old would be trophy. Not much help im sure but what the heck! good luck.
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#5663331 - 03/22/15 11:05 AM Re: Marhor Help [Re: mulie_mike]
don k Online   content
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I know squat about Marhor but from what I have seen is. If an animal will bring a lot of money and there are not a whole lot of them around there are usually two reasons. One is it must be very expensive to get started or the most likely reason is they are very difficult to raise and get to a harvestable size.
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#5663581 - 03/22/15 02:09 PM Re: Marhor Help [Re: mulie_mike]
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Arent markhor the ones that will climb trees and jump high fences?

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#5663639 - 03/22/15 02:49 PM Re: Marhor Help [Re: mulie_mike]
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I know the Patio Ranch has Markovs that they sell and hunt... I'd call them and ask. Gary Ploch is a great guy and I'm certain he'd be happy to talk to you.

Markhor Live Sales:

Females - $3,950.
Males: Under 12"-$4,200, Over 12"-$350 per inch when available.


Markhor Hunts

Trophy $ 350 per inch.


Breeder $ 20,000



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#5664020 - 03/22/15 06:13 PM Re: Marhor Help [Re: mulie_mike]
SheepHunter Offline
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Registered: 12/28/12
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Loc: East Texas
You may have these following websites. Just trying to help.

Markor 1

Markor 2

Markor 3

Markor 4

Markor 5

Markor 6

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#5664025 - 03/22/15 06:15 PM Re: Marhor Help [Re: mulie_mike]
Txnrog Offline
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Call Gary, good guy. His pens for them are 10ft and any corners are capped - they are jumpers. I have looked at them a while and just haven't pulled the trigger b/c the fence in our hunting pasture is nowhere near good enough to hold them.

Think Aaron's being a bit optimistic on how quickly they grow - more like pure Nubians, not really trophies until 7-8yrs old

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#5664040 - 03/22/15 06:20 PM Re: Marhor Help [Re: mulie_mike]
Aaron-Ibex Offline
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most 4 year old ibex will be close to 30", which from what I've heard is the size that is considered trophy. my billy is 5 and 33"


Edited by Aaron-Ibex (03/22/15 06:23 PM)
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#5664698 - 03/23/15 01:36 AM Re: Marhor Help [Re: mulie_mike]
mulie_mike Offline
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Loc: El Paso Texas
Thanks for all the info guys!
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