Stop scrolling and look at this powerhouse of a female! It doesn’t get much better than this! This heifer has got the word “DONOR” written all over her. Not only does she have beautiful pigmentation, but combines a frame with a powerful hip, a bold center, a beautiful front end, and I don’t think you can find one any better from the ground up.
At the 2020 Magnolia Classic the judge stopped the show for 15 minutes to talk to us about how much he liked this heifer. When you study her papers, you can’t find one much better. 92/9 is sired by the great 933/7 “Yeti”.
He is in the top 1% for carcass weight and ribeye area. He combines all this with a beautiful phenotype. His first two calves sold for $39,000 and $70,750. He also sired the Calf Champion bull at the 2020 International Brahman Show. Look down at the bottom of her pedigree and you’ll see Miss V8 222/8 “Dr. Now” who combines the 380/6 and Avery pedigree. Her full sib embryos are the highest valued embryos in the history of V8 ranch. 380/6 needs no introduction as he has made a lasting impact on the breed. The 178/7 cow comes from the long line of females from 101/6.
This heifer is backed by a pedigree that you’ll want influencing your herd. Whether you’re looking for feminine, broody females, or bulls that will make a lasting impact on the breed, this flush is the one for you. We think a lot of this female ladies and gentlemen because this cow has become one of our top donors producing 36-47 occ per aspiration.
Bid with confidence ladies and gentlemen!
Either win with her calves or get beat by them. The choice is yours.
Special Notes - We are selling (1) IVF aspiration guaranteeing six transferable/freezable embryos produced from conventional or seller approved sexed/reverse sorted semen, with the work to be done at a facility approved by the seller.
The buyer will be responsible for all costs associated with IVF procedures, including travel/hauling to the IVF facility.
No guarantee if semen is sexed or reverse
sorted unless you get the seller's approval before use.
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St. Charles, IL 60174-2807