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Prime N Tender's Dam recorded an %IMF of 8.49% with a ratio of 110 and has produced 5 calves with a 358 day calving interval; an average BW of 68 lbs; average weaning ratio 102; average yearling ratio 107; average % IMF ratio 107; and an average ribeye ratio of 106. Her weight 1181 lbs.
Double Bred Great Grand Dam (Dam of Gardens Cache) recorded a %IMF of 5.30% with a ratio of 126 and has produced 11 calves with a 364 day calving interval; an average BW of 72 lbs; average weaning ratio of 100; average yearling ratio of 99; average %IMF ratio 108; and an average ribeye ratio of 102.
Linebred to Gardens Cache (reg # 17709960) through a half brother/half sister mating. Every animal but one in Prime N Tenders three generation pedigree (13 out of 14) carries the Certified Angus Beef designation.
Genetic predictability comes through consistency in selection. There is no better example of a bull so well balanced in all of the economically important traits than Tender Prime. In fact, there are no other bulls listed in the Fall 2022 Angus Sire Evaluation Report which can match this bull's combination of Calving Ease, $EN (feed savings), $ Maternal Output, $Beef (carcass value), $G (carcass grid value), $Combined (total added dollars for all traits), along with his tenderness of end product. Not only does Tender Prime carry the "Targeting the Brand" designation as a sire of Certified Angus Beef but he also ranks at the extreme upper end of an elite group of sires for carcass grid value.
For those of you who prefer moderate framed cattle, this bull is delivering $ Value indexes very few Angus bulls of any frame size or growth profile can compete with. Plus, he ranks in the top 1% of the Angus population for tenderness of end product which puts him in a class of his own.
Proudly owned with Green Garden Angus, Ellsworth, KS.