this is too funny. i have a hall's legacy plus cow with a freeze brand, purchased from a second party, along with a cow that had hall's legacy plus heifer twins, from the same party. that party bred the cow, i didn't. i also have 5 straws of legacy plus. Hall's legacy plus is listed as available for $100 at SEK. from a non-show perspective, halls legacy plus is not heavily saturated with tenderness genes or marbling genes which you can view when the results are posted at the bovigen site on my cattle. he is at least heterozygous for T1 and one of the marbling gene's. one of my heifers out of the freeze branded cow has 5 tenderness stars, her mother had one each of T1, T3 and one marbling gene, i forget which one, and her other stars, one each of T1,2,3, came from a paramount son and her PHA status is unknown at the moment. Her mother is clean. she is also kinda long, thick, yet pinchy in her heart girth. perhaps hall's legacy plus may have other carcass traits that show up with MMI's markers. by the way, those twins are very different, both in hair, bone, length of muzzle, hip shape. they have 4 distinct teats, my mature legacy plus cow has 3 undeveloped teats. they are not registered yet, so i'll call the office and let you know if i can. again, too funny. maybe i'll have to eat them. also, semen from legacy plus was available for sale when i purchased my cows. this could get ugly. man this is terrible and useless.