This new Donor to Sutherland Angus blends the growth and Marb. sire, VAR Discovery with the $60,000 donor Lucy X814 who was selected to anchor the Lucy family in the EZ Angus program.
Maternal sisters to 6016 include: Lucy B109, the $30,000 selection of Pollard Farms in the 2015 Bases Loaded Sale; Lucy B110, the $24,000 selection of Edisto Pines Farm in the 2015 Spruce Mountain Sale; Lucy 5152, the $18,000 top-selling bred heifer of the 2017 XL Angus Sale selected by Vintage Angus Ranch.
This outstanding female is one of the last direct daughters descending from one of the all time income producing females in the 44 Farms program – the now deceased 44 Ruby 2357.
Maternal siblings to 7091 include (among others):
Ruby 4399, the $210,000 half interest selection of Double G Farms which was the highest selling female in the breed in the Fall of 2015.
Ruby 6601, the $180,000 valued half interest selection of High Roller.
Ruby 4387, the $140,000 valued half interest selection of Spruce Mountain.
Ruby 2357 also has the distinction of being the Dam of Select Sire’s battery member 44 Farms Bragging Rights 4372. 7091 is a daughter of Quaker Hill Rampage who is still one of the most popular bulls in the beef industry and one of the most highly proven and time tested Breed leaders for $Beef, $Feedlot and $Weaning.
Forever Lady 6313 was the $50,000 highlight Donor of the Sunset Valley Dispersal. She has the distinction of being a full sister to the Genex/CRI AI sire Boyd New Day 8005, the $225,000 Boyd Forever Lady 7120, the $90,000 Boyd Forever Lady 8001, as well as the famous Boyd Forever Lady 8003 who is the Dam of “Traveler 004”.
6313’s dam is the legendary All American Grand Champion donor SVF Forever Lady 57D who has over 60 daughters in production with a combined weaning ratio on 125 head of 105 and has produced well over $2 million dollars in progeny sales.
Lucy 5609 was a top seller in the 2016 CoX Production sale as an open heifer. This stylish Discovery daughter out of CoX Lucy 3823 A12W goes back to the $410,000 valued Basin Lucy 178E. An open heifer out of Lucy 5609 sold for $12,000 at the May 2019 Twilight at Tenroc sale in Texas.
This tremendous female offers some of the most elite growth EPD numbers in the Angus breed. She earned single digit 50K scores for growth, carcass weight, and marbling to help her place in the top 1% of WW ,YW, $Wean, $Feedlot, and $Beef.
She has been flushed 4 times for an average of 17 transferable embryos.
As an open heifer, 2911-4 was a top seller in the Spring Lake Angus sale in Nebraska. This outstanding genetic gem is as good as it gets when it comes to eye appeal, depth, volume, fleshing ability, and udder quality.
2911-4 stacks the famous paternal brothers and Pathfinder Sires DHD Traveler 6807 and Traveler 124 GDAR.