Lot 2: SAV John Wayne 0862 - 2 units
S A V John Wayne 0862 - 1 unit
Birth Date: 12/15/2019
Reg: AAA +*19860267
Introducing ‘John Wayne.” One of the most talked about bulls from the 2021 Schaff Angus Valley Production Sale. He is a blockbuster sire with massive dimension, volume, capacity, muscle and chart topping performance. He has the destiny to be a major breeding force. He makes the short list of the very top bulls ever produced in the history of the Schaff Angus Valley program, generating overwhelming enthusiasm from all who have seen him. He earned a 205-day weight of 1049 lbs, ranking near the very top of his highly competitive calf crop.
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