Lot 1 – Baldridge Isabel D749 (IVF ASPIRATION)
A great opportunity to flush one of the great cows we have come across over the
years to the bull of your choice. D749 is a direct daughter of the famed multi-million-
dollar producer Baldridge Isabel Y69 who has become one of the most influential cows
in the angus breed. D749 is long, massive bodied, and records 2WR103 with one
progeny IMF at 118. She has made her mark at both Hamilton Angus Ranch as well as
Baldridge Performance Angus in North Platte, NE where she has produced some
phenomenal daughters that express her same body capacity and eye appeal. She is a full
sister to Baldridge Marksman at Select Sires and Baldridge Hombre at Genex. Guarantee
of 8 freezable embryos with no cap. IVF work will be done by Trans Ova Genetics and
buyer will be responsible for all costs associated with the flush.
Pictured: Baldridge Isabel D749
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