|Name||AAA#||Sire||Date of Birth||Birth||Wean||Year||$M||$W||$B||$C||Bull Bred||Due Date|
|WHM Blackbird 1061||20139891||WHM Shout 1901||1/13/21||52||540||735||39||63||185||279||Deer Valley Balance 6169||1/3/23|
|WHM Proven Queen 1021||20134886||WHM Pinnacle 1851||1/1/21||76||459||747||38||58||160||246||Blacktop Bipartison 0839||1/3/23|
AAA #: American Angus Registration Number (Can be used in conjunction with American Angus Website to view the animal's extended pedigree and EPDs)
$M: Maternal Weaned Calf Value; an index, expressed in dollars per head, predicts profitability differences from conception to weaning with the underlying breeding objective assuming that individuals retain their own replacement females within herd and sell the rest of the cull female and all male progeny as feeder calves.
$W: Calf Weaned Value; an index, expressed in dollars per head, to predict profitability differences in progeny due to genetics from birth to weaning. The underlying objective being producers will retain 20% of the female progeny as replacements and sell the rest of the cull females and their male counterparts as feeder calves.
$$B: Beef Value; a terminal index value expressed in dollars per carcass, to predict differences in progeny due to genetics for postweaning and carcass traits. This terminal index assumes commercial producers wean all male and female progeny, retain ownership of these animals through the feedlot phase and market these animals on a carcass grid.
$C: Combined Value, an index, expressed in dollars per head that includes all the traits that make up both Maternal Weaned Calf Value and Beef Value with the objective that producers will replace 20% of their breeding females per year with replacement heifers retained within their own herd.