Lot 24: 6 embryos by Renovation (CSS)
S A V Emblynette 8411
6 embryos by SAV Renovation 6822 (CSS)
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Offering embryos out of S A V EMBLYNETTE 8411, a Net Worth daughter out of S A V Emblynette 7261, who was in production for an amazing 21 years. Highly productive in her own right, 8411 has produced some outstanding individuals including the $60,000 Lot 1 bull in the 2016 SAV sale. She is a low-birth/high-milking cow that has an IMF ratio of 115 on 9 progeny scanned. 8411 has been a profit machine with extreme fertility averaging 20 freezable embryos per flush.
This year’s top seller, S A V Bloodline 9578, as well as last year’s high sellers, S A V Emblem 8074, S A V Ajax 8885, and S A V Dewdrop 8119, all hail from this same cow family. Their maternal granddam, S A V Emblynette 7566, is a full sister to 8411. This is currently one of the most powerful maternal lines in the breed.
8411 has a foundation pedigree with unmatched longevity, coming from four generations of Emblynette Pathfinders. Like her mother, she is built to last.
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