Baldridge CAB - 30 Units
Baldridge CAB - 30 Units
You are bidding on 30 units of Baldridge CAB . Buyer is responsible for shipping. You are bidding - per unit within this Auction!
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Baldridge CAB – One of the best bulls of the 2018 Baldridge Bull Sale offering. This deep bodied made beast is total outcross calving ease bull. He is great footed, clean sheathed and moves fantastic. He is backed by an elite, productive cow who is entering the donor program at Baldridge Angus. With a modest 81 lb bw coming in at a 940 lb 205 day weight and being the heaviest yearling bull in the Baldridge Angus offering at 1514 lbs and then to add a 7.36 IMF 130 ratio and a 16.1 REA ratio of 116 he is a must use sire in 2021.
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