Corner Stone Waterfall 22N
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The Standout Rainfall Son who checks all the marks across the board for a herd sire prospect that can improve any cow herd. His dam is a full sister to one of the greatest flushes at Corner Stone Genetics, the mating of the number 1 performance sire in the breed KLR Maximizer 1487 to the Legendary daughter of SAV Elba 1094, SAV Elba 1811. The Prolific flush created the High WDA Jackpot winner at the Treasurer Bull Test in 2017 and many other stand out sons and daughters including $10,500 Optimizer 8005 who is currently Leased to Sire Buyer. The Cow Power behind this bull for performance, maternal ability and Carcass merit, in a nice calving ease package is what our program strives to create.
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