S A V Blackcap Cap 4136E - 2 Embryos

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Donor: SAV Blackcap May 4136E

2 embryos by Coleman Charlo 0256 

Units are stored and ship from Ohio.  Buyer is responsible for shipping.  Transaction must be made through SIRE BUYER.  

Dam: SAV Blackcap May 4136E
Reg #: 19502700
Exportable: USA Only


Footnote: SAV Blackcap May 4136E is an Identical Clone of the World Famous SAV Blackcap May 4136, the #1 income-producing cow in Angus breed history out of ''4136'' who has $9,962,000 in progeny sales out of 206 progeny averaging $48,125 to cowmen in 26 states, Canada and Brazil. Genetic Full sibs and Maternal brothers to these embryos include the $750,000 SAV President 6847, $725,000 SAV Pedigree 4834, the $650,00 SAV Sensation 5615, $460,000 SAV Raindance 6848, $440,000 SAV Rainfall 6846, and many other past high sellers including a maternal sister sold in our 2016 production sale as the Lot 1 female, SAV Blackcap May 4553, for $26,000 to Josh Scheckel of Iowa. The granddam of this female is a 15-year-old Pathfinder dam who is the third top income-producing cow in SAV history and has tallied $1.7 million in receipts on 97 head averaging $17,539 in past SAV sales; she has six sons working in AI studs including the $200,000 SAV Angus Valley and the $92,500 SAV Brave and sired by the breeding legend, Rito 707 of Ideal 3407 7075.

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