The high-selling lot was Cherry Knoll Elsa 1472, an H S A F Bando 1961 daughter out of a Baldridge Kaboom K243 KCF cow, who sold for $35,009. Equally impressive was Cherry Knoll Elisha 1466, an EXG RS First Rate S903 R3 daughter out of a C R A Bextor 872 5205 608 cow, who sold for $34,509.
These heifers are the top end of the Cherry Knoll crop from last year, and they are sure to be competitive in any ring. We are looking forward to seeing this group of powerful females add their own spin to the Cherry Knoll Farm legacy of excellence for their new owners. These genetics will add quality to any cow herd, and they are going to be dynamite in the ring.
The Cherry Knoll operation is managed utilizing time-proven beef cattle production practices combined with progressive genetics and technology. Unbeatable customer service and a reputation for honesty and integrity complete the Cherry Knoll brand. For more information, please visit Cherry Knoll Farm’s website at www.cherryknollfarminc.com.