Business: Offbeat Exports

Small entrepreneurs do well

As founder and president of World-Wide Sires Inc. of Hanford, Calif., Willard Clark has an occupation that would stump the old What's My Line? panel: he sells bull semen. Acting as a broker for nine artificial-insemination cooperatives, Clark ships the frozen semen of prize U.S. bulls (mainly Holsteins) to more than 40 countries, including the Soviet Union. Now Clark is looking to China, where he also hopes to hog the market for swine semen. His business is only seven years old, and he expects sales this year to reach $5...

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