Preview Highlight Lots for Cherry Knoll Farm's Fall Online Sale

16-Oct-2017

West Grove, Pa. - Oct. 16, 2017 - The 2017 Cherry Knoll Farm Fall Online Sale is only a few weeks away! The Fall Online Sale will be hosted by AngusLive.com on Wednesday, Oct. 25. Cattle bloodlines represented in the sale include Pleasant Elsa, Elisha, Pride and a handful of other premier lines. The sale offering exemplifies the farm's strong genetic base, reflecting Cherry Knoll Farm's reputation as one of the top producers of high performance Angus cattle.

"It's a special set of heifers and it's also a larger selection to choose from this year," Cherry Knoll Farm's cattle manager, Tim Fitzgerald, said. "This year's auction will feature 35 top quality heifer calves, four steer calves and several embryo packages."

One of the highlights will be the sale of a half interest of Cherry Knoll Elisha 1771, who is out of Cherry Knoll Elisha 1146 and sired by Colburn Primo 5153. She is a high quality female Cherry Knoll Farm selected to be the lead-off heifer for the fall sale. She has winning potential like her mother, who was a two-time Show Cow-Calf of the Year. Cherry Knoll Elisha 1771's balance, structure and fleshing ability is second to none.

Another highlight that is being offered with a half interest is Lot 7, Cherry Knoll Wendy 1761, who is out of HFG Wendy 729 and sired by C&C Priority 1428B.

"Cherry Knoll Wendy 1761 could have easily been our Lot 1 female," Fitzgerald explained. "Not only does she have a gorgeous look, sleek neck and shoulders, but she can maintain a flawless profile in her top, hip and hind leg! She is a high quality female that has a great deal of belly, inner capacity and base width while maintaining a beautiful pattern."

Cherry Knoll Forever Lady 1781 is another show heifer prospect you do not want to miss the opportunity to purchase! She is out of Roth Forever Lady 2706 and sired by Colburn Primo 5153. From the ground up she is big footed, big boned and has a very good structure with mass and shape. She also has that great look and eye appeal just like her mother, who was Grand Champion Female at the 2004 American Royal.

Do not miss your opportunity to own the industry's top angus cattle, bred with the philosophy of quality over quantity. Cherry Knoll Farm hosted their first open house event on Oct. 14 in West Grove, Pennsylvania, but will also be hosting a two-day event held for the first time in Prairie City, Iowa, on Saturday, Oct. 21-22. If you are interested in owning the industry's top angus cattle, bred with the philosophy of quality over quantity, Cherry Knoll Farm invites you to come look at the heifers and steers before placing a bid!

For the opportunity to preview the cattle, please contact Cherry Knoll Farm's cattle manager Tim Fitzgerald at 484-368-7456.

For more information, please visit Cherry Knoll Farm's website at www.cherryknollfarminc.com.