Kennedy auf dem Weidefestival
KENNEDY is a real Aberdeen-Angus-bull. In 2006 he was the Champion of the “Weidefestival” in Schönbronn. He is especially characterized by his power and elegance. Kennedy is a very deep bull, long with a perfect shaped rump and a very well muscled back. He is in great demand at the breeders, due to his Aberdeen-Angus-type: muscling, length and elegance. KENNEDY originates from a coupling of a family (sire) with a well known potential for growth and a female line of breeding which is characterized by excellent mother qualities.
8 months: 417 kg
13 months: 690 kg
sire: SRV HEBEDO KNOBEL ET ( TC STOCKMAN 365 x VDAR LUCY 834)
dam: SRV HEBEDO 546 af 246 (SRV HEBEDO IDEAL 23-4 x MISS STR 25T 10X)
German Angus is bred for black and red colour, white marks at udder and belly can be found. Characteristically is the low first calving age of this moderate framed beef breed and they are very adaptable. The suckler cow convinces with calving ease, healthy pogeny and reasonable milk performance which leads to weaners best prepared for baby beef production.
The well marbled beef is noted for best quality, especially in tenderness.
Granit 204141: Calving ease, Feet & legs
Doblin 204050: Cavling ease, Growth ability
Hermes 204171: Sire Herkules with highest breeding value in Germany