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Foundation

 
  • These are the Foundation Cattle in our herd.

  • They are the patriarchs and matriarchs of
    MRCC and we are quite proud of them.

  • Several of the females have been flushed
    so don’t hesitate to inquire about
    embryo availability.


Reg # 14381757 - click for EPD's

“R/M 2185 Forever Lady 598”
BD: 12-1-2002     Tattoo: 2185

Announcing "2185" as the newest addition to the Foundation Donor Battery at MRCC. Here at MRCC we very excited to have the opportunity to add such a royally bred female to our Donor Battery. This cow ranks in the top one percent among current dams for Weaning Weight EPD and Yearling Weight EPD with a Milk EPD in the top two percent recording a progeny birth ratio of 96 in combination with progeny weaning and yearling ratios of 127 and

116 respectively on her first natural calf along with a progeny IMF ratio of 117 and a progeny ultrasound ribeye ratio of 100 on three head after earning on individual IMF ratio of 108.
The dam of this cow is the now deceased All-American Grand Champion Cow SVF Forever Lady 57D who served her final years as a foundation donor at Sunset Valley Angus and has generated more than $2 million in progeny sales to date.
Maternal siblings to this include the Genex/CRI Pathfinder Sire Boyd New Day 8005 and the dams of the Genex/CRI sire SAV 8180 Traveler 004 and the ABS Global sire Boyd On Target 1083.
A total of 13 maternal siblings have sold in past Sunset Valley sales for an average of nearly $50,000 each. We are planning matings at this time, please check back for further info on matings in the near future. Don't hesitate to contact us if you have in interest in progeny out of this outstanding female.
Owned wtih Hartzell Angus-Mineral Point, Wi and Dallas Woltemath- Kearney, NE




Reg # 12864506 - click for EPD's

Embryo’s Available:
Beauty x Schurrgene

“Beauty”
RRF Black Beauty 7410

By : Mengs Skymere 29 D
 

Mother of “Emily” pictured below
Mother of ‘Prosecutor” – 2003 Iowa Beef Expo Champion Bull
Mother of top selling female out of UW – Madison herd dispersal. (by 5175)

“This female was purchased from Buckner and Jefferies in Kentucky in spring of 98. Emily showed this female in Wisconsin giving the Hartzell Family one of it’s most successful show years. She was Champion Heifer at the Wisconsin State Open and Junior Shows and was in the top two in all the shows she attended including the Wisconsin State Fair Open and Junior shows, NJAS, World Beef Expo and NUMEROUS County and state shows. Then this heifer was continuously complimented on her bone, length, muscle, and femininity. Today she is one of our most moderate framed females while maintaining her hip and leg structure, her femininity, her length and has added good rib and depth to her resume.”




Reg # 14019314 - click for EPD's

Embryo’s Available:
Emily x Midland
Emily x New Day
Emily x Saugahatchee

“Emily”
EJ Hartz Forever Emily

By : SVF Siebrings Forever Russ
 

Mother of “Kitty” – 2005 IBE 2nd top selling female

* Now Deceased
Exclusive embryo's and daughters available by Private Treaty

 
 

Embryo’s In Production:
Emily x Midland
Emily x New Day
Emily x Saugahatchee

Out of “Beauty” and SVF Forever Russ. This was Matt and Emily’s first “Show string” venture together. Shown during Emily’s last year of Junior showing and Matt and Emily’s first year together, she was an extra special project. Shown 3rd at the MAJAC show her next outing was the Eastern Regional in MD where she was named Champion B&O heifer. She was a class winner at the Junior National and was exhibited in the top three at the Wisconsin and Iowa State Fairs and the Junior Show at the North American. This heifer’s power from the rear, thickness top to bottom, leg and hip structure were undeniable. Her length of body complimented her sleek feminine, “steer momma” format end. An attractive package put together on a good thick bone structure and a very desirable, breedable set of EPD’s. This heifer remarkably didn’t come into her one until we started breeding her and flushing her. Repeatedly accused of being a Maine by club calf breeders she has done nothing but turn heads as a cow. Maintaining her extreme stoutness, she has gotten more powerful and more attractive excentuating her femininity and profile. A full sister made a replacement . Her record is not too shabby either. She produced the 2nd top selling female at the Iowa Beef Expo in 2005 and we kept a full sister to her in our herd. There is a “Ranger G” female also in our herd that is a daughter of hers that was not going to leave the pasture and we have flushed this female repeatedly. We are very excited about what else is in store for this heifer. Look for the Appendix and cross bread embryo calves in the future!




Reg # 13570071 - click for EPD's

“IDA”
EJ Hartz Lass 9911

By : Sitz Traveler 043
 

Pictured as Cow

Mother of “Bobbi Jean”, 2002 Reserve B&O Cow Calf Pair NJAS

Embryo's  Available:
Ida X Boyd New Day



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