Lot 6: SAC Blackcap May 3303

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 Lot 6: SAC Blackcap May 3303

AAA: 20704780
SAV Blackcap May 7306 x SAV John Wayne 0862 


A beautiful haired heifer with show cattle qualities – feminine head, good extension, and soft made. She’s the product of a rich maternal heritage in the Blackcap May cow family and sired by S A V John Wayne 0862, a Renovation son by the breed icon 1808, one of the most talked about bulls from the 2021 Schaff Angus Valley Production Sale. 3303’s pathfinder New Day dam, SAV Blackcap May 7306, is a natural daughter out of the highest income cow in the entire SAV herd, SAV Blackcap May 4136. 7306 is top 1% Milk at 41 and earned a wean ratio of 108 on 9 calves. Some of 7306’s maternal brothers are President, Rainfall, Governor, Raindance, Reign, Resource, Renown, and Recharge. 3303’s powerful, maternal sister by Regard, SAC Blackcap May 7316, is a second-generation SAC Donor and is top 1% WW, YW, and Milk!

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