Selling to Ascot Angus for $85,000, as the highest selling Angus bull for 2016, Loch Up was the headline act of the Angus breed record sale at Millah Murrah, where 109 bulls averaged $16,348.
Loch Up’s dam, Brenda H49, was rated by several good judges as the outstanding heifer of her drop, which included Klooney’s now vaunted dam, Prue H4. H49 is directly descended from the famed matriarch of the Millah Murrah herd, Brenda Y33.
First progeny of Loch Up is at the yearling stage, with terrific reports coming through. A son at Millah Murrah, NMMN342 is earmarked for semen collection and stud usage, before selling in 2019.
With a data set and pedigree offering broad spectrum mating options, backed by quality progeny already on the ground, ABS is receiving enormous repeat orders for Loch Up semen. He is destined to be a major sire at bull sales across Australia in 2020 and 2021.
Loch Up L133 at 24 months
Loch Up at 24 months
Loch Up's dam, Brenda H49 as a two-year-old first calver.
Loch Up’s grand dam, Brenda E64