RB Lady Net Worth 308-032
Birth date: 01/03/2010
Sire SAV Net Worth 4200
Dam BA Lady 6807 308
- She is full sister to the champion bull at the 2010 Midland Bull Test- America’s largest and most prestigious bull test, competing against over 600 bulls from the best genetic programs in the country. She has other brothers that have also dominated test stations in Minnesota and Nebraska.
- Lady 308-032 is a proven donor and a true powerhouse, in the words of Glen Davis at Riley Bros, she has been a crowd favorite since she was a calf, from visitors across the world. She exemplifies explosive power in a light-calving, high-growth package.
- She has absolute massive capacity and thickness in a moderate frame.
- She was selected by J.J. Scheckel at the 2014 Riley Bros Production Sale in Wisconsin.
- Her first calf recorded 90 @ BW, 114 @ WW, 108 @ YW, 101 @ IMF, 114 @ RE, and 93 on Fat.
- Maternal sisters have sold for $32,000 & $19,500 in sales the last 2 years.
- First daughter to sell sold for $11,000, every daughter or son to date, has sold for more than $10,000 at auction.
- She recorded her own performance ratio of 115 for IMF and 117 for RE.
- BA Lady 6807 308, and GD Lady Hi Flyer 302, the maternal grandams, speak for themselves and are making history in the Angus breed for high-growth, low BW genetics. These are the foundation genetics that put Riley Bros on the map in recent years.
- She has a daughter that serves as a donor for Crouch Valley Angus.
- Her sire, SAV Net Worth, was the heaviest 205 weight bull ever at Schaff Valley Angus at 995 pounds, he was also the top-selling bull at the 2005 production sale at $117,500.
- Breeder, Mr Kelly Schaff, describes her sire as follows: “SAV Net Worth 4200 has no equals as the most dominant sire of muscle and thickness in Angus breed history. He is a real-world performance bull who has taken the industry by storm, transmitting unprecedented thickness, muscle, volume and power to his phenomenal progeny who have gained him worldwide recognition”.
- Lady Net Worth 308-032 produced the tied-for #2 Weaning Weight per Day average heifer calf from our 2019 ET calf crop. The calf G535 weighed in at 766 pounds or 3.37 pounds per day.
Of over 300,000 active registered Angus dams in the breed, she ranks in the following EPD’s.
Top 40% Birth Weight EPD (BW), expressed in pounds, is a predictor of a sire’s ability to transmit birth weight to his progeny compared to that of other sires.
Top 25% Weaning Weight EPD (WW), expressed in pounds, is a predictor of a sire’s ability to transmit weaning growth to his progeny compared to that of other sires.
Top 30% Yearling Weight EPD (YW), expressed in pounds, is a predictor of a sire’s ability to transmit yearling growth to his progeny compared to that of other sires.
Top 10% Docility (Doc), is expressed as a difference in yearling cattle temperament, with a higher value indicating more favorable docility. It predicts the average difference of progeny from a sire in comparison with another sire’s calves. In herds where temperament problems are not an issue, this expected difference would not be realized.
Top 1% Maternal Milk EPD (Milk), is a predictor of a sire’s genetic merit for milk and mothering ability as expressed in his daughters compared to daughters of other sires. In other words, it is that part of a calf’s weaning weight attributed to milk and mothering ability.
Top 1% Carcass Weight EPD (CW), expressed in pounds is a predictor of the differences in hot carcass weight of a sire’s progeny compared to progeny of other sires.
Top 15% Marbling EPD (Marb), expressed as a fraction of the difference in USDA marbling score of a sire’s progeny compared to progeny of other sires.
Top 30% Ribeye Area EPD (RE), expressed in square inches, is a predictor of the difference in ribeye area of a sire’s progeny compared to progeny of other sires.
Top 10% Weaned Calf Value ($W), an index value expressed in dollars per head, is the expected average difference in future progeny performance for preweaning merit. $W includes both revenue and cost adjustments associated with differences in birth weight, weaning direct growth, maternal milk and mature cow size.
Top 35% Feedlot Value ($F), an index value expressed in dollars per head, is the expected average difference in future progeny performance for post-weaning merit compared to progeny of other sires.
Top 10% Quality Grade ($QG) $QG represents the quality grade segment of the economic advantage found in $G. $QG is intended for the specialized user wanting to place more emphasis on improving quality grade. The carcass marbling (Marb) EPD contributes to $QG.
Top 1% Beef Value ($B), an index value expressed in dollars per head, is the expected average difference in future progeny performance for post-weaning and carcass value compared to progeny of other sires.