SAV Blackcap May 1779 - 2 embryos
Donor: SAV Blackcap May 1779
2 embryos by SAV America 8018
Pictured: SAV Blackcap May 1779
You are bidding on 2 IVF embryos. Units are stored and ship from Iowa. Buyer is responsible for shipment. Email with any bidding questions - firstname.lastname@example.org
1779's heifer calf this year is the #8 high weaning weight heifer of the 2019 natural and ET heifer calf crop at 790 lbs with a ratio of 112. 1779 is deep bodied and has easy fleshing ability that comes from the outstanding mating of 7075 x 2397. Her flush sister, SAV Blackcap May 1782, is the dam of the $800,000 SAV Elation, and 1779 is a flush sister to a past graduate of our donor production sale, 1777, who sold for $10,500 to Foster and Marshall & Fenner Angus. 1779 has over $67,500 in progeny sales through past SAV bull and female sales. The granddam of these embryos is an outstanding donor female and a 15-year-old Pathfinder dam who is the third top income-producing cow in SAV history who has tallied $1.7 million in receipts on 97 progeny averaging $17,539 in past SAV sales with six sons working in AI studs including the $200,000 SAV Angus Valley 1867 at GENEX Beef AI stud and the $92,500 SAV Brave 8320 at ABS Global AI stud.
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