Lot 7: SAC Elba 3402
Lot 7: SAC Elba 3402
SAC Elba 8406 x Tehama Patriarch F028
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All signs point to maternal and fertility from this moderate heifer with a gorgeous feminine look. She was hand-picked for the sale out of the four flush sisters because of her highest maternal potential -- Major Calving Ease (top 10%), amazing growth, and high heifer pregnancy EPDs.
Her Sensation dam, 8406, is a new donor at Scott Angus Cattle after proving her maternal strengths raising some of our top end bulls. Our favorite son of hers, a banger sired to LD Capitalist 316, sold to Lovejoy Cattle Co, in South Dakota from the 2020 calf crop. Her first flush to Tehama Patriarch was a homerun creating seven live calves from seven embryos! Her natural calf sired to Sitz Resilient will be on the SAC Bull sale of February 2024.
Her maternal granddam, Elba 1406, a powerful, broody, and deep bodied donor cow and maternal sister to SAV Peacemaker 3179. Her $100k dam, SAV Elba 1094, is a model Angus cow, the #1 milk EPD and ranks in the top 3 highest-income-producing cows in SAV history. SAC has retained two 1406 Sensation daughters who are two of our favorite milkin’ Jessies…or should we say milkin’ Elbas!
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