Lot 15: SAV Downpour 8794 - 3 Units
Lot 1: SAV Downpour 8794 - 3 Units
SAV Downpour 8794 is a dominating sire with powerful performance-driven progeny with massive muscle volume, dimension and gain ability. He consistently stamps his progeny with these herd-improving attributes, proving to be a legendary sire. His sons are rugged built stock bulls with true muscle definition, extra rib shape and real payweight. His daughters are feminine and broody with a classic maternal design. Downpour is the #1 365 day-weight and $100,000 third top-selling bull from the 2019 SAV sale. He recorded a 205-day weight of 1082 lbs, 365 day weight of 1655 lbs, IMF ratio of 138 and a yearling scrotal of 43.7. His pathfinder Dam, SAV Madame Pride 4407, is a herd-leader with front pasture phenotype and top production. She is a seventh generation SAV embryo donor with 15 daughters employed in the SAV herd and 30 progeny averaging $20,066 in past SAV sale to cowmen in 11 states and Canada. Downpour is now deceased, and semen inventories are low.
Units are stored and ship from KABSU in Manhattan, KS. Buyer is responsible for shipping. Transaction must be made through SIRE BUYER.
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