Lot 2 - SAV BLACKCAP MAY 2565 (embryos)
S A V BLACKCAP MAY 2565
2 embryos sexed female to S A V 004 Density 4336
Offering two sexed Density female embryos out of S A V BLACKCAP MAY 2565, a maternal sister to the breed legend S A V Blackcap May 4136. 2565 is a big, deep, massive power cow with tons of milk and a top production record. She was the #1 yearling weight female of her entire calf crop and has a weaning ratio of 105 on 5 calves and an IMF ratio of 118 on 2.
Units are stored and ship in Trans Ova in Iowa. Buyer is responsible for shipping. Transaction must be made through SIRE BUYER
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