Lot 5: 4 embryos by Charlo
S A V Black May 4517
4 embryos by Coleman Charlo 0256
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Offering embryos out of S A V BLACKCAP MAY 4517, a full sister to Resource, Renown, Recharge, Watson, McCombie, and Grant. She is an own daughter of S A V Blackcap May 4136, the #1 income-producing cow in Angus breed history. As of January 1, 2019, 4136 had generated 9.5 million in progeny sales, averaging over $49,000 on 191 direct sons and daughters in past SAV sales.
4517 was the only 2-yr-old to be flushed out of her entire calf crop and went on to have the #1 weaning heifer in the 2019 SAV sale. A daughter, S A V Blackcap May 9500 (WR 1@119) now owned by Blackline Angus, went on to produce the $200,000 S A V Magnify 1107 who posted the heaviest 205-day weight of the entire natural calf crop at 1103 lbs. as his dam’s first calf. 4517 is an elite female with world-class udder quality, massive volume, power, and unsurpassed femininity rolled up into one package. This is one of the most powerful cows in the breed. Females like these are extremely rare and very hard to come by. Don’t miss out on this chance to shift your program into overdrive!
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