Lot 19 - M2 Captain 518/1 x SRS Miss Ava 468/8

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ABBA# 1003565 x 993976

3 Female Sexed Embryos - Bidding is per Embryo x 3 

Looking through the tank to see what we were holding back for this particular sale, we came across these FEMALE sexed embryos, and we could not be more proud to offer them to the public!! As your sit ringside at the show, it’s the difference between winning and losing.

This offspring of this mating should be the next Grand Champion sitting in the palm of your hand! As indicated by the picture, the sire to this mating is M2 BRC Captain 518/1. You have seen his influence throughout this sale due to his popularity. Due to him being one of the most widely used sires globally, there is no semen currently available in the United States, so don’t miss your opportunity to own one of his offspring.

The captain is a son of the Reserve International Champion and proven sire +Mr for those that might not be familiar. V8 191/7 and out of the proven cow line where every cow has been awarded a Register of Renown or Maternal Merit award.

The dam to this package is SRS Miss Ava 468/8, a scurred female who is a daughter of +Mr. V8 458/7 “Noble” is the result of the mating of two National Champions. Most who study the breed know the influence that “Noble” has played with his first calves in just the past two years. He has been untouchable with Champion Get of Sire wins at the 2018 National & 2019 International Shows, a two-time International Champion Bull, a Reserve International Champion Female, a Reserve National Champion Female, and most recently at the “All American” a Champion Female and Reserve Champion Bull. Not only has “Noble” excelled in the show ring, but due to the superiority of his offspring, he ranks at the top of the breed as a trait leader for the economic traits of WW, YW, and Docility.

Due to the success of “Noble” and his offspring, his genetics are in high demand, as verified by them topping our sales and the others who have utilized his genetics. “Noble” has been a success story and certainly adds a lot of value to 468/8 but to further enhance her breeding potential. She is out of a regular calving cow with an outcross pedigree to many of today’s famous bloodlines. If you're looking to produce the best and raise the best, THIS is your chance!! Don’t miss out!

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