JJR Blackcap May 622 - 2 Embryos
Donor: JJR Blackcap May 622
2 embryos by SAV Rainfall 6846
Pictured: JJR Blackcap May 622
622 is a absolute powerhouse. She was the $50,000 top seller in the 2018 NWSS Foundation Female Sale. Her progeny have lots of growth and show tremendous muscle shape. Her WW 100 and YW 177 EPDs are among the top in the breed. We currently have 2 heifer calves out of this mating that were born this spring and they are showing tremendous potential, BW were in the 78 lb. range on those 2 calves. Buy with Confidence!!
Grade 1 units are stored and ship from Ohio. Buyer is responsible for shipping. Transaction must be made through SIRE BUYER
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