OCC Anchor 771A
Reg. No. 11684971 • Calved 3-10-91

          #QAS Traveler 23-4
 DHD Traveler 6807  (Sire)
          #Bemindful Maid DHD 0807
          #Cole Creek Oscar 92R
 OCC Juanada 709V  (Dam)
          #Juanada of Rollin Rock 0355


Expected Progeny Differences  

Production Maternal
CED
Acc
BW
Acc
WW
Acc
YW
Acc
RADG
Acc
YH
Acc
SC
Acc
Doc
Acc
HP
Acc
CEM
Acc
Milk
Acc
MkH
MkD
MW
Acc
MH
Acc
$EN
+4
.80
+2.5
.94
+26
.91
+43
.88
+.10
.36
-.7
.83
-.38
.86
-2
.65
+6.8
.23
+0
.78
+9
.88
290
687
-53
.75
-.9
.75
+45.68
Carcass
CW
Acc
Marb
Acc
RE
Acc
Fat
Acc
Carc Grp
Carc Pg
Usnd Grp
Usnd Pg
+10
.53
+.20
.59
+.45
.59
-.040
.58
3
22
204
354
$Values
$W $F $G $QG $YG $B
+31.74 -9.66 +27.56 +15.13 +12.43 +48.11

Anchor sires unparalleled muscle, volume and fleshing ability. He will continue to be the best bull in the breed to change large framed, lighter muscled and structurally incorrect cattle. He even outperforms his sire, 6807, in this ability. Anchor daughters are moderate framed, very efficient females with great versatility in any breeding program. They have the ability to improve cow herd efficiency through reduced feed costs while maintaining production. The udder quality of the Anchor daughters is excellent. From a carcass standpoint, Anchor will add muscle and improve marbling and percent retail product. Despite his depth and volume, Anchor exhibits a negative fat EPD. There are very few bulls that can add fleshing ability to their progeny without adding excess carcass fat. Further proof of Anchor's versatility has also extended into the show ring where several progeny have been recent winners.