Connealy Contender - 20 units

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Connealy Contender - 20 units

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“Connealy Contender” — Here we go, another legend sire ‘in the making’. An extraordinary sire with breed changing properties and credentials to write a new chapter in Angus history. Connealy Contender is appreciated for his power, performance, presence and herd-improving EPD profile – He ranks in the Top 1% of the entire Angus breed in Weaning & Yearling Weight EPDs. Top 1% on $ Complete (+316). Top 25% on Marbling, Top 15% on Ribeye & Top 10% on Heifer Pregnancy. Not often, do all traits combine with such excellence with an elite level phenotype, capacity, rib shape, fleshing ability, huge scrotal and docile temperament. A true sire for the masses. Add ‘Contender’ to your breeding programs today!

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You are bidding on 20 units of Connealy Contender.  You are bidding - per unit!  Winning Bidder will be responsible for shipment.  With bidding questions, please contact - info@sirebuyer.com

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