Lot 20: SAC Blackcap May 1434

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Lot 20: SAC Blackcap May 1434

AAA: 20723513
SAC Blackcap May 9434 x S A C Scotch 9134


This first calf heifer is just a peach – gentle and grace with maternal lineage back to a flush sister of Resource. She will make a young herdsman the perfect starter cow providing balance, quality and outcross options for the progressive breeder. 

Her dam is one of our beloved President daughters with a new home at Crossroads Cattle Co, Kelso, TN. 1434 takes after her dam’s moderate soggy frame, nice hair, and great feet. 9434 has well rounded EPDs with favorable production, maternal, management and carcass scores. Her Acclaim son sire, SAC Scotch 9134, a 6674 son, is from our 2019 bullcrop is a breeding machine in our pastures. He has an impressive EPD production spread from -.3 BW to 120 YW and it shows in his calves. They come into the world easy Fun Sized calves and have great King-Sized growth and production. 

Pasture exposed to Sitz AJS Stellar 706J and SAV Renown 7948, due April 4, 2024

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