SRS Glacier 2256G - 50 Units

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SRS Glacier 2256G - 50 Units

You are bidding on 50 units of SRS Glacier 2256G.  Buyer is responsible for shipping.  You are bidding - per unit within this Auction!  

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Glacier first caught the attention of astute cattlemen as a calf in the fall of 2019. At Skinner Ranch’s stop on the MT Angus Tour he was recognized as a powerhouse bull with standout phenotype. This calving ease bull that had an impressive 205 day ratio of 128 out of 116 contemporaries continued to excel on test posting an exceptional 114 yearling ratio. At the Skinner Ranch sale Glacier landed as the top selling bull to Gartner-Denowh Angus. He was identified as a truly elite calving ease bull with exceptional growth and outstanding feet, structure and phenotype. The extraordinary length, depth, lower quarter and bone mass are a truly rare combination seen in a genuine heifer bull. While this bull is certainly impressive in person and on paper, his dam could be his best attribute. SRS Rose 2256Z has an average 205 day ratio of 3@127. She is coveted for her length, thickness and depth. She combines a great phenotype with impeccable feet and an excellent udder. This breed leading female has already produced one herd sire that has many daughters in production that are stamped with her maternal presence.

 

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