Lot 17: SAC Madame Pride 7805

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Lot 17: S A C Madame Pride 7805

AAA: 19098514
SAV Madame Pride 9803 x SAV Seedstock 4838



This Seedstock daughter has proven the longevity of the Madame Pride cow family and become one of the favorites of the 9803 daughters raised at SAC. She sports an angular build, nice patterned profile, low maintenance udder and all stacked on a good foundation. She has given us four powerful bulls and one stylish Profound sired heifer.

Her exquisite Bismark dam, SAV Madame Pride 9803, is a phenotypic powerhouse descending from the first Schaff cow to be enrolled in embryo transplant. She is a 7th consecutive generation SAV Madame Pride donor who averaged $17K sales from just her first four progeny and a current profit center at Davenport Angus.

AI bred to Coneally Craftsman, ultrasound safe with a Heifer calf, due December 30, 2023.

Fun Fact: 7805 and Seedstock himself, were both raised here at Scott Angus cattle, and the SAME recip raised them both.  

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