Lot 24: SAC Emblynette 7201 (Embryos)

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Lot 24: SAC Emblynette 7201 x SITZ Virtue 11710

(three conventional embryos)

SAC Emblynette 7201 AAA: 19070231

SITZ Virtue 11710 AAA: 19665175


Exciting embryos out of a superb SAC donor 7201 mated to the premier herd bull, Sitz Virtue 11710. We have seen first-hand what phenotypically flawless 7201 can accomplish in her powerful bull progeny – perfect height, length, depth, sound big feet and built for the ranch world!

Scott Angus Cattle has one of the first calf crop out of $120K Sitz Virtue 11710 and we’re blown away by the performance of both the eight fancy heifers and seven heavy weight bulls currently on the ground. The Virtue heifer calves have been eye-catching on the pasture tours for their volume, spring of rib, and gorgeous pattern from the side -- two are on this Belles of the Grade female sale (Lot 3 and Lot 4). The Virtue bulls are some of our heaviest weaned calves of the entire 2023 bull calf crop and show a consistent representation of growth, performance, and sought after Angus style – look for them on the SAC Bull sale in February 2024! Virtue will be a featured sire group on the Sitz Angus Fall and Spring Bull Sales.

7201’s seventh generation pathfinder Successor dam, 4286, averaged $21,900 on 6 progeny at SAV. Having this historic cow family backing 7201 in addition to being sired by Resource - known to be a foot improver and sire great udder and disposition females – is a fool-proof combination to a lifetime of earning power. 

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