In 2017, Golden Age Farm committed to the Angus side of the operation with the investment in a very special set of donors from three unique cow families. Representing the top phenotypic lines in the Angus industry, we hope to build our small, yet elite program through extensive E.T. work and selective matings.
Champion Hill Georgina 72561
The 2011 ROV Reserve Show Heifer of the Year, named the 2010 All-American Grand Champion, 2010 All-American Junior Show Supreme Champion, 2010 Virginia Breeders Open and Junior Show Grand Champion and Reserve Grand Champion of the 2011 Atlantic National and the 2010 American Royal, among other titles. This great cow has produced numerous champions and top-sellers including the featured Lot 1 and Lot 2 heifers of the 2013 Champion Hill Fall Sale who both sold one-half interest each for $30,000 as the co-second top-sellers.
Champion Hill Lucy 7539
This royally-bred donor with individual IMF and ribeye ratios of 119 and 112, respectively, sold one-half interest for $17,500 as the sixth top-seller of the 2010 Champion Hill Fall Sale and her full sister sold one-half interest for $35,000 as the fourth top-seller of the 2010 Champion Hill Spring Sale. Daughters include Champion Hill Lucy 8777 who was the $22,500 second top-seller of the 2015 Champion Hill Fall Sale, and Champion Hill Lucy 8478 who sold for $10,000 as one of the top-sellers of the 2014 Champion Hill Spring Sale.
Champion Hill Emblynette 7459
Carrying forward the productive and prolific tradition of the time-tested Emblynette family, this next generation donor is the dam of several lead off open heifers in the Champion Hill Dispersal, in addition to a host of previous sale features and champions. The prolific donor dam of this cow was featured as well and she is a maternal sister to the noted cows SAV Emblynette 0429, SAV Emblynette 1182, SAV Emblynette 3301, Champion Hill Emblynette 4966 and Champion Hill Emblynette 5691, stemming from the Pathfinder Dam SAV Emblynette 7319.