Lot 14: SAC Emblynette 7201

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Lot 14: S A C Emblynette 7201

AAA: 19070231 (selling half interest, no possession)
SAV Emblynette 4286 x S A V Resource 1441


Quality runs deep in this SAC premier donor produced from seven consecutive generations of Emblynette pathfinder dams. A few phrases to describe this Resource sired cow are perfect uddered, phenotypically flawless, and unlimited potential. SAC has loved her bull progeny – retaining her 2021 Rainfall bull as a herd sire and her 2022 America bull, SAC Nance County 2017, Lot #2 on the SAC Spring bull sale this year, sold to Brian Swerczek, Cedar Rapids, NE.

Her seventh-generation pathfinder Successor dam, 4286, averaged $21,900 on 6 progeny at SAV. Having this historic cow family backing 7201 in addition to being sired by Resource - known to be a foot improver and sire great udder and disposition females – is a fool-proof combination to a lifetime of earning power.

Pasture exposed to Sitz Stellar AJS 706J, due to calve April 1, 2024.

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