Lot 12 - Mr. V8 347/8
Semen - Bidding is per unit x 10
Mr. V8 347/8 is a herd sire recently purchased by Lee’s Cattle Co. from V8 Ranch. As you can tell from his picture this bull has a great build, by having an outstanding spring of rib, and deepness of body. He’s also big boned, very muscular and puts all of this together in a super eye appealing package.
Cattlemen appreciate his build but breeders also love his pedigree as he is a son of +Mr. V8 458/7 “Noble” who has been the most successful sire of show winners over the past three years.
The dam to 347/8 is Miss V8 387/6 who is still in production at 16 years of age and is sired by +JDH Charley’s Jazz 946/1 and out of Miss V8 402/5, who lived to be 17 years old. As you can tell Mr. V8 347/8 is backed by proven genetics ladies and gentlemen. Not to mention having 14/15 natural heifer calves in this calf crop that is on the ground. Don’t miss out on an opportunity to add these elite genetics to your herd!
10 Straws of CONVENTIOAL semen with 10 AI certificates and with the option to double up - additional certificates may be purchase for $50 each.
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