Lot 3 - Chestnut United - 20 Units

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Chestnut United - 20 units

Birth Date: 01/15/2020
Reg: AAA +*19847817

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“Chestnut United” was the talk of the Carload and Pen show at the 2021 Cattlemen’s Congress in Oklahoma City, and member of the Champion Pen of 3. He was selected for his exceptional Calving Ease to Daily Gain spread. A rare find today – Calving Ease sires don’t usually see this type of performance. He holds stellar phenotype, herd-changing properties and breed impact potential. He possesses top notch design with unmatched volume, dimension and sheer pounds. United demonstrates presence and structural balance in every step he takes – becoming one of the most anticipated sires to sell in 2021.

Buyer is responsible for cost and arrangement of shipping.  Units will be released to buyer at the storage facility, shippers will be available for use.  Units will be released to the buyer once payment has been made.

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