Lot 16: SAV Madame Pride 8506
Lot 16: S A V Madame Pride 8506
S A V Sensation 5615 x S A V Madame Pride 6051
Bred To: SAV Davy Jones 1892 (Feb Calf)
Footnote: Another excellent opportunity to own an exceptional producing cow with elite performance potential. Her calves have explosive growth and performance - backed by generations of maternal power. She is excellent uddered and structurally sound. She features an elite heifer in this sale, "Blackline Madame Pride 3506'. This cow has done an excellent job at Blackline and has another opportunity to help propel her next herd contribution. She has produced a $10,000 son by SAV Renown 3439, sold to Contrell Corp in CANADA in 2022. She is sired by 'SAV Sensation 5615' - expect this cow to pass down excellent maternal influence, powerfully made bulls with lots of muscle expression and excellent feet. Don't miss out on this gem!
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