Lot 5: SAC Blackcap May 2678

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SAC Blackcap May 2678

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*She brings a fresh pedigree to a time-honored cow family. A Doc Ryan natural calf from our Pathfinder cow 6678. She is a brood cow prospect with a fluid moving cadence and high potential as she continues to develop and impress the SAC team.  

*Her proven pathfinder SAV Ten Speed dam, SAV Blackcap May 6678,  is voluminous, deep-bodied and a product of fresh genetics with all the right numbers. She has demonstrated to be a fertile, abundant milking mother with heavy weaning weight calves. Her only bull calf (four total heifer calves) scored her a 110 -ribeye ratio and weaning ratio 5/100.  

*Her grandsire, SAV Ten Speed 3022, is an industry leading curve bender who excels at every measure: calving ease, growth, and elite carcass values with beef bull phenotype and maternally superior cow family.  

*2678’s pathfinder 2nd dam and full sister to 4136, SAV Blackcap May 6517, has 14 progeny averaging $17k in the past SAV Sales. A SAV 8180 Traveler 004 daughter is a known powerhouse with massive volume and dominating performance. 

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Doc Ryan Special Feature

SAC is offering an unheard of special feature – five daughters out of the $525k record setting bull, T/D Doc Ryan 049 at TD Angus! He has a time tested and proven cow family behind him, impeccable phenotype, accentuated by incredible internal soundness and superior performance and ratios from a large contemporary group. He ranks in the top 1% of non-parent sires for WW, YW,CW, $W, $F, $B, and $C.

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