Lot #15 - Poss Deadwood - 10 units - CSS
Poss Deadwood - 10 units - CSS
You are bidding on 10 units of Poss Deadwood. Buyer is responsible for shipping. You are bidding - 10 per units - within this Auction! These units are CSS - qualified for Australia, Canada and New Zealand.
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Poss Deadwood has captured the attention of the breed since he was at the side of his dam. Few bulls have generated the across country allure like he has. A-typical with length of body and extension for a Maverick son, Deadwood looks to bring muscle and top shelf end product merit with calving ease. His pedigree can be used on nearly any genetic base. Of his contemporaries, in this league of elite EPD’s, we feel he has the best opportunity, via pedigree and his own performance to sire cattle that can meet his EPD profile.
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