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Omaha sold for $15,000 as one of the standout bull calves from the 2015 SydGen annual sale, and his post-weaning Average Daily Gain of 5.16 pounds per day helped him earn an adjusted 365 day weight of 1,634 pounds to set a new SydGen record for a spring-born bull. If you are wanting to add frame and performance, while still maintaining great feet and legs, this now-deceased young sire used for natural service at SydGen in 2016 is the “go-to” bull.
Sired by the $340,000 third-interest record-setting second-generation lead bull of a Grand Champion Carload of Bulls at Denver, this young sire, designed for great phenotype, was produced by the cow that was the cover photo and a featured $27,500 donor of the 2016 SydGen annual sale. Her production record is equal to her great eye appeal with three natural calves recording an average weaning ratio of 110 and an average yearling ratio of 110 while 11 progeny scanned have an average IMF ratio of 107 and an average URE ratio of 105.
A daughter of Omaha was a $55,000 very popular featured fall yearling in the 2018 SydGen Fall Sale, and another sold half-interest for $40,000 as the top-valued fall pair in 2019.
Among ORIgen sires in the Fall 2021 National Cattle Evaluation update, Number 3 Claw set EPD and Number 9 for reducing Pulmonary Arterial Pressure EPD