Lot 15: SAC Emblynette 8241

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Lot 15: S A C Emblynette 8241

AAA: 19896867 (selling half interest, no possession)
SAV Emblynette 3240 x Coleman Charlo 0256



This treasured 3240 daughter sale feature holds a special place in our heart at Scott Angus Cattle.   8241 demonstrates valuable maternal qualities and a kind nature you’ll fall in love with instantly. Taking after her sire with a moderate wedge-shaped frame.

A maternal sister to SAC Warrior 0881, a powerful Ajax son, who is one of our top herd sires at Scott Angus Cattle. Also, a maternal sister to Lot 19, 8245 who was featured on the 2022 Belles of the Grade Female Sale, selling to Promise Land Livestock - Bassett, NE.

Her prolific pathfinder dam, SAV Emblynette 3240, (WR 9/107, YW 7/106) has proved time and time again her dominance in the Angus breed over the span of her 18-year production including Renown son Blackline Plainsman 9341 – a exceptional power bull who has been leading the semen sales for Sire Buyer.

AI bred to Ellingson Open Range, ultrasound safe with a Bull calf, due to calve January 29, 2024. 

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