Schaff Angus Valley sets new Angus world record

Schaff Angus Valley sets world record of $US800,000 for Angus bull


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SAV Elation 7899, a 14-month-old son of Sinclair Emulation XXP and SAV Blackcap May 1782, sold for $US800,000. Photo supplied.

SAV Elation 7899, a 14-month-old son of Sinclair Emulation XXP and SAV Blackcap May 1782, sold for $US800,000. Photo supplied.

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A new world record has been set for an Angus bull, with SAV Elation 7899 selling for $US800,000.

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ONE of world’s leading Angus studs, Schaff Angus Valley, has recorded a sale high of $US800,000, setting a new world record for the Angus breed, in its 115th production sale at Saint Anthony, North Dakota on February 10.

In a huge catalogue, 448 Angus bulls averaged $US14,084 and 202 females averaged $US12,468, for a sale gross of $US8,827,750.

SAV Elation 7899, a 14-month-old son of Sinclair Emulation XXP and SAV Blackcap May 1782, made the top money, selling to Square B Ranch, Warsaw, Missouri and Bogle Ranch, Bentonville, Arkansas.

The female sale topped at $US500,000, for 12-month-old SAV Blackcap May 7061, by Coleman Charlo 0256 from SAV Blackcap May 4136. May 7061 was purchased by Herbster Angus Farms, Falls City, Nebraska.

The story Schaff Angus Valley sets new Angus world record first appeared on The Land.

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