Brown Double Decker 0004 - 20 units

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Brown Double Decker 0004 - 20 units

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“Brown Double Decker 0004” is a herd sire with extra size, length, muscle and growth. His performance stat line is hard to beat in all areas that drive profit – providing power to sire feeder calves that grow, gain and top the markets. ‘Double Decker’ is powerful in every dimension – extra-long, thick and heavy muscled with superior soundness, perfect feet and a friendly disposition. His awestruck appeal is hard to miss with his physical form and superb structural design. His powerful dam is a full sister to the high income cow in the breed ‘SAV Blackcap May 4136’ – well known as the dam of Rainfall, President, Raindance, Renown, Resource, and more.

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