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R B Active Duty 010
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Powerhouse, maternal genetics
Consistency is a key ingredient in superior Angus genetics. Active Duty comes from a cow family that has consistently produced top herd bulls and test station winners.
Active Duty has grown into a powerhouse after being the talk of the 2011 National Western Bull Sale and returning to the display pens a year later in Denver, turning many heads with his impressive phenotype.
The Lady cow family really packs the performance into her progeny and has excelled on genomic evaluation through DNA testing. A full sister to Active Duty, RB Lady Standard 305-890, is the $50,000 valued Riley Bros and Gaffney donor that has established a new level of excellence for genomic and progeny spread performance while another full sister, RB Lady Standard 305-0790 was the $16,500 Lot 1 donor selected by Mindeman Farms, Gary Wall, and Sioux Pass Angus in the 2012 Riley Bros. sale.
A maternal brother, RB Tour of Duty 177 established a new record at the Minnesota Bull Test Station selling for $55,000 to Crouch Angus Farms, IA and is also an ORIgen featured sire.
His sire LCC New Standard offers nine important economic traits in the top 6% in the breed for genomic evaluation including the top 1% for BW, and RFI, CEM and Milk and top 2% for CED and YW.
If you want power, stature, eye appeal, thickness in a moderate birth package it is hard to match Active Duty.
A full sister to Active Duty produced three of the four top-selling heifers at the Foundation Female Sale in Denver and the $106,000 American Made Bull feature at ABS. The heifers sold for $50,000, $17,000 and $13,000.
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Haynes Cattle Co.
Riley Bros. Farms