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061 x CONSENSUS 7229
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Womack Miss New Era 061 x CONNEALY CONSENSUS 7229

4 Angus Embryos

Womack Miss New Era 061




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Located at REI - Stillwater, OK (405) 377-8037

The sire of the embryos was the Number 1 sire of progeny registered by the American Angus Association in 2014, Number 2 in 2015 and Number 3 in 2013, this widely used and highly respected sire of females has been among the Top 25 sires for progeny registered for the past five years to rank Number 2 among all sires that ranked in the Top 25 over the five years from 2013 through 2017.

Daughters of Consensus 7229 are the dams of a long list of herd sire sons and top-selling daughters, and among all ORIgen sires, Consensus 7229 ranks Number 1 for $Energy value index and Number 2 for reducing Mature Weight EPD.

The dam of this mating, Womack Miss New Era 061, is a flush sister to the 2012 National Western Reserve Grand Champion Bull, 74-51 Changing Time 060, and 74-51 Vibration, from the mating of EXAR Lutton 1831 with Grandview Womack Miss 7172, the 2003 National Junior Angus Show Grand Champion Bred-and-Owned Female who went on to sell one-half interest for $17,000 for a $34,000 valuation to Sterling Hunter of Michigan as the featured Lot 1 top-selling female of the 2003 Grandview Womack Sale and was also named the 2003 Mid-South ROV Reserve Senior Heifer Calf Champion, the 2004 Kentucky Junior Preview Reserve Grand Champion, the 2004 Kentucky Angus Preview Grand Champion and the 2004 Eastern Regional Junior Show Bred-and-Owned Grand Champion Female.

The grand-dam of these embryos combines a progeny birth ratio of 91 with a progeny weaning ratio of 109 on three natural calves with two daughters in production who posted a collective progeny weaning ratio of 114 on their first calves.

A flush brother to the grand-dam of this mating was the 2004 Kentucky Preview Reserve Grand Champion Bull and their maternal siblings include the popular National Junior Angus Show champions Womacks Mr Bando and Womacks Miss Lucy 1285.

The 4th dam is the famous past National Junior Angus Show Reserve Senior Champion Female.