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Number 1 among active Angus sires as of January 18, 2018 for both Yearling Weight EPD and $Feedlot value index, with 37 progeny that recorded an average weaning ratio of 111, he ranks Number 2 for Weaning Weight EPD and $Beef value index, recording the Number 3 Residual Average Daily Gain EPD and Number 6 for Docility score EPD while ranking among the top 30 actives sires for $Weaned calf value index.
With an individual adjusted 205 day weight of 940 pounds for a weaning ratio of 117, he recorded an adjusted 365 day weight of 1,527 pounds for a yearling ratio of 103 and had a yearling scrotal circumference measure of 42.5 centimeters and high motility on a yearling Breeding Soundness Exam.
The dam of this genomic-enhanced growth sensation has an average calving interval of 368 days and seven natural calves have an average weaning ratio of 110 and an average yearling ratio of 106 and she has produced the top weaning bull of his calf crop at Crooked Creek three times in seven years.
With both superior progeny data and genomic percentiles, the transition to single step genomic enhancement by the American Angus Association only solidified this docile powerhouse’s position among the breed’s elite sources of superior growth, fertility and docility and his feet as a four year old are sound and solid and he shows exceptional athleticism and mobility.
In the Double K herd in Iowa, his first 37 calves with an average weaning ratio of 111 have been reported with an average birth weight of 77 pounds on bull calves and 76 pounds on heifer calves and they include the first bull calves ever to wean more than 900 pounds at weaning.
Crooked Creek Angus
Burlington Jct, MO