Basin Payweight 1682 - [ AMF-CAF-D2F-DDF-M1F-NHF-OSF ]Previous Page
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dominant sire of the spring 2018 bull sale season
As of 9-21-18, top 3% for $Weaned calf value index, lowest 5% for Yearling Height EPD, top 10% for Weaning Weight EPD and Yearling Weight EPD, top 15% for $Feedlot value index, top 20% for $Beef value index, Docility score EPD and weaning weight from Milk EPD with 414 daughter records in 119 herds, lowest 25% for Mature Weight EPD and better than breed average for Birth Weight EPD, Scrotal Circumference EPD and daughters' Calving Ease Maternal EPD.
With 34 carcasses harvested and 3,650 progeny scanned in 1,179 contemporary groups, top 15% for Marbling score EPD and $Quality Grade grid value index and top 20% for hot Carcass Weight EPD.
Ranked Number 6 among all Angus sires for progeny registered in the 2017 fiscal year of the American Angus Association even though demand has been much larger than the amount of semen available for several years, this high volume, easy fleshing individual is one of the bulls that cattlemen come to see at ORIgen and one of the highest demand sires in the decade and half history of ORIgen.
With more than 30 different sons that topped bull sales across the nation in the spring of 2018, few calving-ease bulls in Angus history have ever offered the extreme body mass and depth of body that is a trademark of Payweight 1682 and his progeny, in combination with elite growth values and a look that appeals to both purebred and commercial cattlemen.
Payweight 1682 daughters in production display his depth of body and ease of fleshing with nice udder structure and a brood cow look and his daughters have topped Angus sales across the continent with his full sister Basin O Lass 1663 setting a Montana Angus record when half interest of her sold for $210,000 at the NILE Sale in Billings after her first natural son topped the 2014 Midland Test Sale at $105,000.
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