Bred heifers for sale

They are bred to a son of Connealy Confidence 0100 that is out of an Expand daughter.
Bred heifers are $2,000 each if you pick through them or $1,800 each if you take the whole bunch. There are 12 total, 9 registered heifers and 3 Angus cross heifers.

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602M: Meacham Betty 6002 is another great heifer by BK 9061 THunderbird 308, who is by SAV Thunderbird 9061. Thunderbird was a featured lot and one of the high selling bulls of the record-setting 2010 Schaff Angus Valley Bull Sale, St. Anthony, SD. Thunderbird took top honors as the #1 calving ease bull of the entire calf crop at Schaff Angus Valley; recording a BW EPD of -0.9 with a 66# active; birth weight and a weaning EPD in the breed’s top 1% and a yearling EPD in the breed’s top 2%. He earned a 205-day weight of 944 lbs for a weaning ratio of 104, as his dam’s first calf. Backed by generations of great females from the Emblynette family established at SAV over 60 years ago. Thunderbird blends the best in phenotype and pedigree with second-to-none EPDs in an attractive and impressive package with depth, thickness and soundness of structure. Meacham Ms Hi Betty 6002’s dam is Meacham Betty 3002, a daughter of BK Danny Boy 908 out of a BK Equinox 507 daughter. This heifer was born 1/17/16.

616: BK Ms Blackcap 616 is by our herd bull BK Combination 302 who is by Connealy Combination 0188, son of the Rare and Popular Connealy Consensus make him an Outcross to many. He has a big Time Birth-to-Yearling Spread. He has elite Genomically-enhanced Carcass Predictions. Combination’s dam is out of a Connealy Tobin cow. 616’s dam is BB Ms Blackcap 5016, a daughter of Connection.  Click here for pedigree info.

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