West Grove, Pa. – March 30, 2018 – Mark your calendars for Cherry Knoll Farm’s online spring sale on April 9! Hosted on AngusLive.com, the auction will feature eight competitive Angus offspring from the Elsa, Elisha, Ark Pride and many other bloodlines as well as 10 embryo packages! The sale reflects the farm’s strong genetic base and reputation as one of the top producers of high-performance Angus cattle.
“This is an auction with premier bloodlines and you absolutely need to take the opportunity to participate,” said Tim Fitzgerald, Cherry Knoll Farm’s cattle manager. “We have some of the most striking and promising heifers you will find in the industry.”
One of the highlights of the auction will be the sale of a half interest of Cherry Knoll Powera 1790, out of Cherry Knoll Powera 1419, 2015 Junior Champion Female at the MAJAC show, and sired by Cherry Knoll Brigade 1404. This high-quality heifer is beautifully fronted with superior width and performance for a winning show ring look.
Another half interest sale highlight of the 2018 online spring auction is Lot 2, Cherry Knoll Elsa 1795, out of Cherry Knoll Elsa 1430 and sired by PVF Insight 0129. This show-stopping heifer features great balance around her head and neck and a top that blends with a nice rib shape. Her dam’s sister, Cherry Knoll Elsa 8014, was named the 2009-2010 Show Heifer of the Year and the Grand Champion Female at the 2010 National Western Stock Show.
The online spring sale’s Lot 3 is a half interest of Cherry Knoll May 1798, a heifer out of Cherry Knoll May 019 by Cherry Knoll Brigade 1404.
“She is an exceptionally big-bodied August heifer with as good of a hip and hind leg as you will find,” Fitzgerald explained. “She has that cow power potential while maintaining that beautiful show heifer look. She is out of our most beautifully uddered, biggest bodied cows I have ever seen.”
Interested parties are invited to review the cattle catalog and videos on Cherry Knoll Farm’s website. If you have questions regarding any of the heifers in the spring auction, please contact Cherry Knoll Farm’s cattle manager Tim Fitzgerald at 484-368-7456.