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2012 Directory & Journal American Cheviot Sheep Society 10015 Flush Rd. St. George, KS 66535

Table of Contents

2012 Calendar

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APRIL 25TH Entries due for the National Sale

Honorary Directors........................................................ 4 Board of Directors Contact Information......................... 6 A Word from a Board Memeber..................................... 7 A Word from the Executive Secretary............................ 8 By-Laws of the American Cheviot Sheep Society.... 10-11 General Information..................................................... 12 Cheviot Breed Standards of Excellence................. 13-16 Treasurer's Report....................................................... 17 2011 National Show (NAILE) Results..................... 18-19 2011 National Show (NAILE) Pictures.................... 20-21 Youth Section Meet the Cheviot Queen.......................................... 22 2011 Scholarship Winner......................................... 24 Cheviot Ewe Futurity Guidelines.............................. 26 2011 Cheviot Ewe Futurity Results............................ 2 Futurity Point Record Form ..................................... 28 Starter Flock Award Purpose and Rules.................. 30 Starter Flock Application.......................................... 31 2011 All-American Junior Sheep Show Results.... 32-33 National Junior Cheviot Association Membership.... 35 2011 NAILE Junior Cheviot Show Results.......... 36-37 Excerpts from Sheep Breeder & Sheepman Magazine..... 41 Active Breeders Directory....................................... 42-51 A Look Back................................................................ 53 2012 National Show Information............................ 54-55 Gestation Table............................................................ 56 Index of Advertisers..................................................... 56 2011 National Sale Results......................................... 58

May 10-12th Ohio Cheviot Showcase Eaton, Ohio May 26th-27th Great Lakes All-Breeds Show & Sale Wooster, Ohio May 31st-June 2nd Nugget All-American Invitational Show & Sale Sparks, NV June 1st Deadline for ACSS Queen Application June 1st Deadline for juniors to re-nominate yearling futurity ewes June 16th Midwest Junior Preview Show Chillicothe, Missouri June 22nd-23rd National Cheviot Show and Sale Springfield, Illinois July 5th-8th All-American Junior Show Des Moines, IA July 19th-22nd Northeast Youth Sheep Show West Springfield, MA October 1st Entries and ACSS fee due for NAILE November 2nd-16th North American International Livestock Expo Louisville, KY

2012 American Cheviot Sheep Society Officers President First Vice President Second Vice President

Rory Bodey Ted Coil Ron Yochum

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Registrar Karey Clagorn Associated Sheep Registries 222 Main St., PO Box 51 Milo, IA 50166 asregistry@hotmail.com

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American Cheviot Sheep Society Honorary Directors Turney Collins Kentucky

David McDowell Pennsylvania

Dewey Wheeler Illinois

Burton Sheldon New York

Archie Minish Iowa

Henry Davenport Oregon

Murle Mills Iowa

Charles Smith Maine

Keith B. Clark Indiana

Kenneth Moore Jr. Pennsylvania

Erenst Hall Maryland

Homer Long West Virginia

S. Dewitt Stewart New York

Alvin Shoop Ohio

Fred Henke Wisconsin

Joe Stout Indiana

Clare Close Illinois

Charles Wampler Virginia

Don Kessi Oregon

Lewis Nicolas Pennsylvania

Merrill P. Tait Pennsylvania

Eloise Spraker New York

Ruth A. Bowles Indiana John E. Sprinkle Illinois

John Skinner Nebraska

George Ramsey New York

Dale Wheeler Illinois

Elaine Vogt California George Widener

2012 National Cheviot Show and Sale Goat Barn, Illinois State Fairgrounds, Springfield, IL Show Friday, June 22 8:00 AM Judge: Jeff Repasky, MN Sale Saturday, June 23 9:00 AM Auctioneer: Billy MacCauley, PA Annual Meeting Friday, June 18 Time to be announced Northfield Inn Sale Management : American Cheviot Sheep Society 4

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American Cheviot Sheep Society Board of Directors Western

Eastern David Clyde (2011-2014) 95 N. Maysville Rd. Greenville, PA 16125 Home: (724) 588-8831 Cell: (724) 588-8832 Email: mcylde95@verizon.net Ron Yochum (2nd Vice President)(2009-2012) 35202 Tryonville Road Townville, PA 16360 Home: (814) 967-3616 E-mail: whbirfar@windstream.net

Dan Dinova (2009-2012) 3940 Broad St. #7348 San Luis Obispo, CA 93401 Cell: (805) 712-0859 Email: dan@suescheviots.com Karol Willie (2010-2013) 27250 Erickson Road Eugene, OR 97402 Home: (541)344-8963 E-mail: karolwillie@netzero.com

West Central

East Central Sidney DeVries 3435 W. Scioto Mills Rd. Freeport, IL 61032 Home: (815) 563-4898

(2011-2014)

Rory Bodey (President) (2009-2012) 6840 S State Road 140 Clinton, WI 53525 Cell: (608)436-0149 Email: Rory.D.Bodey@osfhealthcare.org skeetercreekfarm@yahoo.com

Roger Smith PO Box 190 Highlandville, MO 63501 Home: (417) 443-3265

(2009-2012)

Duane Glasshoff (2011-2014) 9320 Hwy 50 Murdock, NE 68407 Home: (402) 234-4175 Cell: (402) 657-7609 E-mail: ssman@futuretk.com

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Ted Coil (2010-2013) 755 E 1000 N Road Fortville, IN 46040 Home: (317) 485-5544 Email: coil_farms@yahoo.com

Andrea Mrozinski-Schwartz (2010-2013) PO Box 449 Rossville, IN 46065 Cell: (765) 412-2200 E-mail: andrea_mrozinski@hotmail.com

Donald Converse (2009-2012) 1719 Clough St. Bowling Green, OH 43402 Home: (419) 481-4987 Email:ejkuebeckmdinc@wcnet.org

Ashley Stevens (2011-2014) 8229 Artie Kemp Rd. Frederick, MD 21701 Home: (301) 712-5199 E-mail: ashleyjanelle@comcast.net

David Allen S-3951 Grote Hill Rd. Reedsburg, WI 53959 Home: 608-524-4786 Cell: 608-963-3819

Executive Secretary Jeff Ebert 10015 Flush Rd. St. George, KS 66535 Home: (785) 494-2436 Cell: (785) 458-9174 Email: ebertj@wamego.net

(2010-2013)

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A Word from a Board Member

Ashley Stevens

Cheviot Breeders, I am very pleased to have been elected as one of the Board of Directors for our association. I reside on a small farm in Maryland, which was built upon my great-grandparents two-hundred acre crop and beef cattle operation. I started with sheep when I entered the 4-H program at eight years old. For nine years I raised purebred Suffolks and club lambs. Six years ago, I purchased my first two Cheviots from Chuck and Denise Orr and Tom and Pat Derk at the Keystone International Livestock Expo. From that year on I could not stay away from the Cheviot breed. Over the next two years I phased out my Suffolk flock and now have a small Cheviot flock. I served as the President of the Junior Association for two years, and also as the National Cheviot Queen in 2007. I am finishing my last semester at The University of Maryland and will be graduating in May with a bachelors in Agricultural and Extension Education. I have recently accepted a position at a local extension office working as a 4-H Program Assistant. In the fall, I will start my graduate program and work towards a position as a 4-H Extension Educator. In my free time I work at Sheepman Supply located in Frederick, MD, helping fellow shepherds with their sheep and livestock supplies. During the show season I exhibit my Cheviots at several county fairs, The Maryland State Fair, Keystone International Livestock Expo, Delaware Livestock Expo, The All-American Junior Show, and NAILE. I have also attended the Ohio Cheviot Showcase, as well as the National Show and Sale in Springfield. I am very excited to be helping with the American Junior Cheviot Association this year. I believe that the junior members are the key to keeping our breed strong. If anyone has any thoughts, ideas, or suggestions for the Junior Association please feel free to contact me. In the future I plan to continue expanding my Cheviot flock and meet many new people within our breed. Thank you for such a great opportunity within a fantastic organization. Happy 2012! Ashley Stevens

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A Word from the Executive Secretary

Jeff Ebert

As I sit here thinking what to write about in my column for the Cheviot Journal, several things come to mind. My daughter Monica, says dad no one probably reads what you write anyway. I told her some people listen to me, better than she sometimes does. So following are my thoughts. It is a great time to be in the sheep business! At least in our area, there are some folks looking to get started with sheep or expand their operations. I guess that is what good prices do for an industry. The lamb market although not as strong as in 2011 remains steady. The demand for quality breeding stock is as high as it has been in the last 20 years. A quick side note. Last year I bought two Cheviot rams for a local commercial breeder. He was willing to try them. He reports greater baby lamb vigor and better survivability of the new born lambs from the Cheviot bucks! Back to my original comments, I have spent some time looking through old Sheep Breeder and Sheepman magazines to glean some information for this issue. I find it amazing what the champions and high sellers brought in the 1950's and 1960's. I am not sure how those breeders made a living. Yes, production costs were much lower and travel expenses were also much less, but when the Champions brought $250 and were the high sellers you have to wonder why they kept raising sheep. I can only assume it was for the love of what they were doing, because they sure were not getting rich doing it. This really brings me to my point, love for the industry and more specifically the Cheviot breed. You as breeders need to show our youth and new folks getting into the breed what it is you love about the Cheviot breed. I have heard several of you tell me what you love about them, just be sure you share that with all potential new customers. The new breeders and youth are the lifeline of our industry and the Cheviot breed has so much to offer these people. We just need to convince them to make the right choice and choose Cheviots. This way when in another 50 years breeders can look back and say how did those breeders make it selling their Cheviots for $500-$1000? They must have loved them as much as I do, will be their only plausible answer. Show some love and promote Cheviots!!

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Bylaws of the American Revised PREAMBLE Fully recognizing the importance to all interests in the culture of Cheviot Sheep and of having a reliable record which shall be accepted as the “Final Authority” in question of pedigree and desiring to unite the experience and interest of all in guarding and perpetuating the purity of their flocks, we unite in organizing this Society. November 1996

BYLAWS

Art. 1. Name—The name of this society shall be American Cheviot Sheep Society. Said Society is incorporated under the laws of the State of New York as a membership organization. Art. 2. Object—The object of this Society is: to guard and maintain the purity and encourage the breeding of Cheviot Sheep; to keep and maintain a registry for the registration of purebred Cheviot Sheep; to issue certificates of registration and transfer of same; and to do all things which may be requisite and proper in and about the carrying out the purpose and objects for which this incorporation is formed. Art. 3. Members—a. All living Stockholders in good living standing, of the dissolved American Cheviot Sheep Society, Inc., constitute the membership in the American Cheviot Sheep Society Incorporated this 9th day of October, 1924, in the State of New York. b. All persons interested in Cheviot Sheep who are of good moral character may become members of this Society and approved by the Board of Directors upon payment of membership fee of ten dollars. Art. 4. The Secretary shall present the name of every applicant (with his references) for Membership to the Board of Directors and to request their ballots for or against such application—one objecting vote of the Board of Directors shall withhold such application for membership, until the next annual meeting when a two-thirds vote is required. Art. 5. After acceptance by the Board of Directors, the Secretary will be empowered to issue a membership certificate duly signed by the President and Secretary. This membership is non-transferable, is entitled to one vote and ceases with the death of the holder. Art. 6. Officers—The officers of the Society (who shall also serve as the officers of the Board) shall be President, a First Vice-President, and a Second Vice-President to be elected from the Board of Directors by the members of the Board at their Annual Meeting. The Secretary and treasurer shall be appointed by the Board of Directors. Five Directors shall constitute a quorum. At the death, resignation or disability of the President, his duties will be assumed successively by the First Vice-President and the Second Vice-President; at the death or resignation or disability of any other officer or director, his or her place shall be filled by the officers of the Board until the next Annual Meeting of the Board. There shall be thirteen Directors. The term of each Director shall be three years, and the terms of four Directors shall expire at the Annual Meeting each year after this year in which this amendment is passed, except every third year when the terms of five Directors shall expire. The term of the President and the Vice-Presidents shall be one year. The Board of Directors shall divide the United States into four districts. Not less than two directors shall be elected from each district plus five at large. The Eastern district shall contain the states lying east of Ohio, Kentucky, Tennessee and Alabama. The East Central district shall contain the states lying between the Eastern district and the Mississippi River. The Western district shall contain the states west of Montana, Wyoming, Colorado, and New Mexico. The West Central district shall contain the states lying between the Western district and the Mississippi River. Art. 7. Duties of Officers—The duties of the officers and the Board of Directors shall be such as usually pertain to such offices in the usual transaction of business. The President will appoint a three member financial review panel annually to review the Association’s business transactions prior to the Annual Meeting. The Panel will consist of two directors and one at-large association member. The panel will report to the President the findings of the said review. The President will convey the findings to the Association members at the Annual Meeting. Art. 8. The Secretary and Treasurer shall give a bond at the discretion of the Board of Directors continued for the faithful performance of his duties. He shall receive such compensation for his services as the Board of Directors deems just. Art. 9. Meetings—An Annual Meeting of this Society shall be held at a date and place agreed upon by the Board of Directors. The membership shall be given a thirty day notice of the time and place selected. At this meeting, at which time the directors of the Society shall be elected by a majority of the members present. No voting by proxy.

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Cheviot Sheep Society Five members to constitute a quorum. Art. 10. Amendments—These Bylaws may be amended by a majority vote of the members voting at any regular meeting. Notice of the proposed amendments having been previously give to each member. No voting by proxy. Seal—The Seal of this Society shall be a circle with the words American Cheviot Sheep Society with an inserted cut of a Cheviot Sheep’s head. Art. 11. A member charged with willful misrepresentation in regard to any animal owned or bred by him, or with any dishonorable conduct, if such charge be fully sustained, the Board of Directors may suspend him until the next Annual Meeting when a full hearing of the evidence, such as offending member may be expelled by a two-thirds vote of the members voting. Art. 12. A registry of Purebred Cheviot Sheep shall be established and kept by the Secretary subject to such rules and regulations as may from time to time be adopted by the Society. RULES OF ENTRY Rule 1. Sheep imported from England or Scotland, whose breeding will permit their registration in the British Flock Book, shall be entitled to registration upon satisfactory evidence being furnished by the Secretary of their purity. The following statement must be filed with the Secretary concerning imported sheep, 1. Name of animal to be recorded. 2. Date of birth. 3. Sex. 4. Number and initial on the ear label or tattoo. 5. Date of importation. 6. Name of vessel or port of entry. 7. Names of breeder, importer, and owner with the address of each; blanks must be signed by the importer. Usually satisfactory evidence is given in the form of a letter from the British Secretary vouching for the flock from which the importation is made. The American Cheviot Sheep Society has a working agreement with the Canadian National Livestock Records that Canadian sheep, registered or eligible to registry (coming into the United States from Canada) will be accepted for our records and re-registered in the American Cheviot Sheep Society at regular registration rates. Rule 2. The progeny of sheep as indicated above shall be entitled to registration. Rule 3. The Direct descendants of sheep registered in the American Cheviot Sheep Society shall be entitled to registration. Rule 4. If subsequently proven that any animal has been admitted improperly, the facts of the case shall be recorded; the animal disbarred and no progeny tracing to such animal shall be thereafter admitted. Rule 5. All sheep for which application is made for registry must be labeled with an ear tag or tattoo bearing the breeder’s applicant’s name or initials thereon and no numbers shall be duplicated. Should any sheep be labeled with another breeder’s label it shall not be changed. If a label is lost it must be promptly replaced with a duplicate of the original. Rule 6. Blank application forms and breeding certificates will be furnished by the Society, but not private ear labels. Rule 7. The fee for registration shall be $6.00 for each animal under one year of age, or $5.00 for each animal over one year of age and under two years of age. Any animal over two years of age will reflect present fee scale. The fees to be paid by non-members shall be doubled these amounts. For the purposes for this rule, an animal shall be considered to become one year old on the first day of February of the year following the year in which it was born. Rule 8. Animals when approved will have “Record” numbers assigned them and certificates of registry will be forwarded to the owner. Rule 9. Transfers are to be made out in full and paid for by the seller. Transfer fees shall be $6.00 per head, said transfers to be filed with the Secretary within three months from the date of delivery, where such transfers are neglected beyond three months, fees shall be $10.00 and when neglected beyond one year they must be referred to the executive committee which shall have the power to order transfer to be made upon satisfactory proof that the animals have been paid for by the transferee. Rule 10. In case a ewe is bred to a ram not owned by the owner of the ewe, a certificate, signed by the owner of the ram, must accompany application for registry. Blanks will be furnished by the Society. Rule 11. Transfers must be filled in and signed with pen by owner or agent making sale. Transfer of ownership shall not be considered recorded unless it shows the signature of the Secretary or this Society. Pedigrees extended to four generations and details will be furnished at $6.00 each to members. No information pertaining to pedigrees or transfers of any sheep will be given to any person or agency other than to a member of the A.C.S.S. who owns or has owned one or more sheep involved in such pedigrees or transfers except when required to do so by a court order of the executive committee. Rule 12. Certified 4-H and FFA members are accorded the privilege of membership rates in transactions with the Society office and are not required to pay the Annual Service Fee. Rule 13. An annual service fee of $10.00 shall be charged all members and non-members doing business with the National Office effective January 1, 2002

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General Information outstanding merits of these choice cuts, the Cheviot has a reputation as a meat producer. These plump, meaty cuts, their pink flesh delicately trimmed with just enough fat to make them juicy and tender, are the housewife’s choice because with them she can serve her family a tasty meal with minimum waste. Because they are housewife’s choice, Cheviots are the choice of the butcher, and therefore bring a better price at the market. The Cheviot is prized by the Distinctive Appearance The modern American Cheviot is primarily a mut- meat packers for the very practical reason that the ton sheep. As sheep weights go, it is definitely one packer gets more pounds of lamb which he buys “on of the smaller breeds but one of the most distinctive the hoof.” Cheviot rams are excellent sires in crossbred in appearance. Much of its distinctive appearance is market lamb production programs. Ewes built to due to the high carriage of the head and the quick, deliver larger-headed lambs find the Cheviot-sired coordinated stride. The head is carried high, and lambs, with their small heads, very easy to deliver, so the ears are carried together, erect and forward. that much less attention is required at lambing time. There is no wool on the head or face in front of the These lambs are so vigorous, strong, and hardy at ears, nor is there wool below the knees and the birth that losses are kept at a minimum, and a higher hocks. The head, legs, and ears are covered with percentage of the lambs are raised to marketing age. very fine white hair. Their bare heads, attractive Successful producers of commercial lambs know white color and absence of horns give them a very aristocratic bearing. Nostrils and hooves should be their success depends upon their ability to produce the kind of lamb carcasses which the market deblack in color. Rams in good condition mature at mands, at the lowest labor and feed cost. Cheviot 160 to 200 lbs., ewes from 130 to 170 lbs. ram aid these commercial producers in producing the Extreme Hardiness type of lambs desired by the market. The breed is also recommended for its extreme Fine Fleeces hardiness. This is one of the breed’s strongest Cheviots produce generous fleeces of white wool characteristics. For generations raised on the which is preferred by mills because its fineness, Cheviot Hills, rarely seeing the inside of a shed or crimp, and length of staple give it superior spinning barn, summer or winter, Cheviots have, from force and combing qualities, and its low grease content of circumstances, developed into the hardiest of causes less shrinkage in scouring. The fleece is usuthe medium-wool breeds. The newborn lambs are ally grades 1/4 to 3/8 blood combing and is usually strong, vigorous and alert and are born with a will from four to five inches in length. Rams will normally to live. Their unusual vitality and hardiness makes them easy to raise, and with reasonable care, losses shear 9 to 13 lbs., and the ewe will produce fleeces of 8 to 10 lbs. are insignificant. The modern Cheviot breed has been produced by selection rather than by crossing. It is a pure breed, one of a very few in this country. Because of this purity, when the Cheviot ram is mated with crossbred ewes of other breeds, he stamps an unmistakable Cheviotness on his offspring, importing to them a large measure of the superiority of which Cheviots are known.

Production Plus

All Things Considered

Though Cheviots may come in smaller packages, they contain for the sheepman a surprising combination of highly desirable qualities. They are noted for hardiness, longevity, productiveness, milking, and mothering ability and for their great activity. They are high in quality and hang a presentable carcass that has a minimum of outside fat for the amount of carcass lean produced. They utilize rough, low producing hill country very profitably with relatively little assistance from man and even less from the elements. Where there is a really tough clean-up job to be done to convert waste land into dollars, more and more sheepmen are discovering that “Cheviots can take it.” In comparing Cheviots with other breeds, let Desirable Carcasses the comparison be made on a basis of pounds of The modern Cheviot has a compact body with dressed lamb and clean wool produced per acre, and a straight smooth back with covers a rack of wellconsider all of the costs of this production, including filled, meaty chops and a broad loin of superior the year-round cost of feeding the ewe, and the time quality. The leg is full, round and plump. One of the and attention required at lambing and shearing time. Cheviot ewes are a delight for the shepherd. They bear their lambs easily, have a high number of twins, and produce plenty of milk to support them. Production records, year after year, show that their twins grow as fast as single lambs. Both the lambs and their mothers are good foragers and thrifty efficient feeders. Their grazing pattern is unlike that of other sheep. Instead of grouping together in a frontal assault on a single area, they tend to spread out over an area and get all the available feed. As rustlers, they have few equals. If there is vegetation to be found—above or beneath the snows—browse, grass, heather, or weed—they will find it.

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Cheviot Breed Stand Border Cheviots are a small-framed breed of sheep known for their vigor, mothering ability, muscle and ease of fleshing. Along with their size, the head is another unique characteristic of the Border Cheviot.

I. GENERAL APPEARANCE 25 POINTS

A. APPEARANCE: Alert, active, stylish and symmetrical, standing on moderate leg length. The overall body exhibits balance. B. SIZE: The preferred Cheviot is proportional in height and length with length equal to or exceeding the height of the animal. The average Cheviot ram should weigh approximately 200 pounds at maturity. The average Cheviot ewe should weigh approximately 150 pounds at maturity.

II. BREED TYPE

25 POINTS

The beauty of the Cheviot head is one of the breed’s distinguishing features. The Cheviot style, alertness and contrasting colors set the breed apart from others. A. HEAD: Medium in length and broad, with ample width between the eyes. Straight with little arch between the eyes and nostrils; more strongly arched in rams. 1. EARS: Medium in length, sharply erect, of medium thickness, and placed on top of the head. The circumference of the ears should give a curved appearance, rather than flat and open. From a side view, the ears should be pointed slightly forward. 2. EYES: Large, round, clear and alert, with black pigmentation around the rim of the eye. 3. NOSE: Broad muzzled, with large nostrils forming a black “T” at the end of the nose. 4. MOUTH: Black lipped with a strong, deep jaw. B. HAIR COVERING: Head, ears, and legs well covered with fine, short, white hair. Black spots are acceptable on the ears and poll. Black spots on any other part of the body are objectionable. Brown hair on any part of the body is HIGHLY objectionable. C. HOOVES: Black in color.

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III. STRUCTURE

25 POINTS

Soundness is imperative in useful Cheviot sheep. Incorrectness decreases the animal’s movement, growth, reproductive rate, longevity, usefulness and ultimate value. Additionally, structure and soundness are highly inheritable traits. Cheviots should stand on large circumference of bone with adequate size to the foot. Structural soundness relates to the skeleton. Incorrectness in one part of the skeleton usually is connected to incorrectness in other parts of the skeleton. For example, usually post-legged animals are also too straight in their shoulder angle. Areas of Structural Correctness FOREQUARTERS: Shoulder blades should be set in uniformly and smoothly to the rest of the body. BACK: The back of Cheviot sheep should be straight as possible from the top of the shoulder to the dock. A slightly elevated shoulder in comparison to the hip is acceptable. Additionally, slight slope of the hip from the hook bones to the pin bones is acceptable. FRONT FEET: Front View: Both feet should point forward and be perpendicular to the body with straightness from the chest floor to the toe. Side View: Feet should be straight from the chest floor through the knee and to the pastern. The angle of the pastern should be approximately 45 degrees. Less of an angle allows for weak pasterns and more of an angle allows for extreme straightness. REAR FEET: Side View: The back of the rear leg should be perpendicular to the pin bones of the hip. Less angle allows for post-legged individuals. More angle causes sheep to be sickle-hocked. Rear View: Legs should be square and perpendicular to the corners of the body with equal distance between legs at the hock and the toe. MOVEMENT: Animals should maintain the proper correctness to the skeleton both while standing and moving. Many times structural defects are not evident until the animal moves about. It is then important to assess structural correctness both while the Cheviot is standing and moving. For the beginner and veteran breeder alike, an excellent article on feet and leg soundness in sheep is “Feet and Legs” (North Central Regional Extension Publication #301) by Drs. Harold Henneman and Margaret Benson of Michigan State University.

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dards of Excellence IV. BODY 25 POINTS

A. NECK: Moderately long, trim, and exhibiting extension, blending smoothly into shoulders, and contributing to an overall balanced appearance. The skin should be free of wrinkles or folds. B. SHOULDERS: Smoothly laid in from neck to back. Tight at top of the shoulder, also smooth at the point of the shoulder. C. CHEST, BRISKET, AND HEART GIRTH: Chest deep and moderately wide, but trim, with adequate capacity, and fitting smoothly into neck and shoulders. Brisket also trim. Heart girth full, broad and deep to promote longevity. D. BACK (TOPLINE): Long and level, no weakness in front or behind the shoulder. E. RIBS: Deep and well sprung with adequate cover. Essential for vigor and ease of fleshing. F. LOIN: Long, wide, deep, and well covered. G. HINDQUARTERS: Hip broader than shoulders. Rump wide, long and level out to the dock. Leg heavily muscled. H. UNDERLINE: Level and as parallel to the topline as possible. Flanks deep and full. I. FLEECE: Chalky white in color, uniform crimp with blunt ends; staple is definite. Covers the body completely from behind the poll and ears to slightly above the knees and hocks, including the belly. Wool Grade: 1/4 to 3/8 blood combing (48s to 58s or 33 to 27 microns) Weight of fleece: Rams, 8 to 14 pounds. Ewes, 6 to 10 pounds. Fleece Characteristics highly objectionable but not disqualifying: A. Black, brown or grey spots in the fleece B. Hairy britch C. Kemp through the fleece D. Shiny fleece J. TESTICLES (RAMS): Uniform and adequate size for age, and well descended from body. Free from any abnormalities. Scrotum free from any split. K. TEATS (EWES): Two well placed teats of moderate length, free from any abnormalities.

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V. HIGHLY OBJECTIONALBE CHARACTERISTICS

1. Poor breed type 2. Scurs 3. Bare belly 4. High shoulders 5. Pink or white hooves 6. Nose not totally black 7. Sandy or brown hair on any part of the body 8. Split scrotum 9. Fleece characteristics per paragraph IV (I)

VI. DISQUALIFYING CHARACTERISTICS 1. Horns 2. Malformed mouth (overshot or undershot jaw) 3. Less than two testicles in rams 4. Less than two teats in ewes 5. Totally pink nose

Implementing New Breed Standards

The new Cheviot Standards of Excellence were adopted at the 2004 annual meeting of the American Cheviot Sheep Society. The new Breed Standards are the result of more than two years of work by a committee formed in 2002. Through the process of updating the Cheviot Breed Standards, members presented many thoughts and proposals. These thoughts were debated until the final draft was approved by a vote of the members in November 2004. While probably not perfect, these Standards represent a significant step forward in the preservation of both the desirable carcass and the beautiful and distinctive Cheviot appearance. Now the important task of applying these Standards is up to all Cheviot breeders. Taking time to explain and demonstrate the preferred Cheviot characteristics to young 4-Hers and others who desire to be Cheviot breeders is critical. Another important task in assuring that these Standards are followed is to choose judges for national Cheviot competitions who will apply them in the show ring. To help the Board of Directors evaluate how an individual judge applies the breed Standards of Excellence, we ask you to fill out the critique form found on the back page of the Cheviot Journal. If you need extra copies of the critique form, please contact the ACSS office. It is very important for each member to do this so we can establish a judge’s review to assist in the selection of judges for national shows who follow the Breed Standards. The American Cheviot Sheep Society has taken a large step forward in guarding and maintaining the quality of our Cheviot breed. It is now up to each one of us to complete this task. Please fill out a judge critique form for each show you attend and follow the instructions for submitting the form. If you would like extra copies of the Cheviot Breed Standards of Excellence to share with judges in your area, please contact the ACSS office

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2011 Treasurer's Report Income National Sale Consignors Checks Net National sale Journal ads NAILE Entries Silent Auction AAJS Junior Donations Total Junior Income Interest Checking Account Registrations Transfers Membership Dues Cheviot Items Total Associated Registry National sale entries National sale transfer fees Annual Meeting Banquet Futurity Returned items NSF- refund Website Awards Misc. Total Income Expenses Journal Bank Fees Associated Registry - Reg. & Transfers Associated Registry - Phone & postage Total Associated Registry Postage Office Supplies All-American Futurity Scholarship Junior Awards Travel NAILE Premiums Annual meeting banquet Website National sale National sale transfers Secretary wages

$33,687.00 $27,922.25 $5,764.75 $2,880.00 $725.00 $364.00 $595.00 $175.00 $1,134.00 $320.75 $8,638.00 $3,845.00 $1,390.00 $78.80 $13,951.80 $960.00 $288.00 $525.00 $375.00 $20.00 $60.00 $240.00 $10.00 $27,254.30

$2,825.07 $61.25 $4,368.00 $558.61

Scholarship

$4,926.61 $822.09 $350.00 $950.00 $1,725.00 $500.00 $569.22 $1,451.43 $1,613.00 $514.67 $450.00 $2,834.15 $288.00 $4,500.00

Promotional items Total Expenses

$1,214.37 $25,294.86

Profit

$1,659.44

Bank Balance 9/30/11 CD Balance 9/30/11 Total Bank Accounts 9/30/11

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2011 NAILE Open Grand Champion Ram - Jr. Champion - Jr. Ram Lamb Spilde 1275 Cade Spilde WI

Grand Champion Ewe - Sr. Champion - Yearling Ewe Eldridge 478 Cade Spilde

WI

Reserve Grand Champion Ram - Res. Jr. Champion Ram Reserve Grand Champion Ewe - Res. Sr. Champion Ewe REZNICK 1110 Julie Reznick WA Eldridge 970 Bridgette Eldridge CA Yearling Ram 1. Eldridge 996 2. Lo-Ke 51 3. Woods 2070 4. Remmert 703

Jessica Woods Ron & Barb Yochum Tw Cheviots TRC Farms

IL PA IN OH

Senior Ram Lamb 1. Misty Acres 1150 2. Coil 0-43 3. Misty Acres 1167 4. Woods 1770

Jessica Woods Tom & Rachel Schambow Paige Clyde Jessica Woods

IL WI PA IL

Reserve Senior Champion Ram 1. Eldridge 996 Jessica Woods

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Junior Champion Ram Spilde 1275 Cade Spilde

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Reserve Junior Champion Ram REZNICK 1110 Julie Reznick Intermediate Ram Lamb 1. Moore 866 Judy Moore 2. Woods 1778 Jessica Woods 3. Murphy 1-11 Jessica Woods 4. DeVries 1116 Sidney DeVries 5. Traglia TS 201132 Sidney DeVries Junior Ram Lamb 1. Spilde 1275 2. REZNICK 1110 3. Moore 852 4. Diamond C 0075 5. DeVries 1144 6. Diamond C 0069 7. Woods 2078 8. Willie 01103 9. Pinckney 1169

Cade Spilde Julie Reznick Judy Moore Paige Clyde Sidney DeVries Paige Clyde Tw Cheviots Karol Willie Christopher Pinckney

Pair of Ram Lambs 1. Jessica Woods 2. Judy Moore 3. Paige Clyde 4. Sidney DeVries Best Headed Ram 1. Spilde 1275

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Slick Shorn Yearling Ewe WA 1. Eldrige 10-843 Jessica Woods 2. Moore 807 Judy Moore 3. K&C Copeland 1021 K&C Copeland MI 4. Woods 2071 Tw Cheviots IL 5. Traglia TS 201035 Pamela Stoops IL 6. Murphy 105 Grace Murphy IL IL Pair of Yearling Ewes 1. Jessica Woods Stewardson, IL 2. Judy Moore Eagle, MI WI 3. Paige Clyde Greenville, PA WA MI Senior Ewe Lamb PA 1. Traglia TS 201102 Susan Traglia IL 2. Diamond C 0052 Paige Clyde PA 3. Coil 15 Faith Adams IN 4. Woods 1775 Jessica Woods OR 5. Traglia TS 201114 Susan Traglia NY 6. K&C Copeland 1042 K&C Copeland 7. K&C Copeland 1043 K&C Copeland

Stewardson, IL Eagle, MI Greenville, PA Freeport, IL

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Yearling Ewe 1. Eldridge 478 Cade Spilde 2. Eldridge 970 Bridgette Eldridge 3. Moore 808 Judy Moore 4. Woods 1743 Jessica Woods 5. Eldridge 966 Bridgette Eldridge 6. LOKE 649 Paige Clyde 7. Eaton TJA 10059 Kyle MacCauley 8. Eldridge 10-835 Jessica Woods 9. Diamond C 0050 Paige Clyde 10. Skeeter Creek 0478 Sidney DeVries 11. Moore 831 Judy Moore 12. Schambow 3024 Tom & Rachel Schambow 13. Woods 1720 Jessica Woods 14. Willie 01008 Karol Willie 15. SPEEDY'S Cheviots 1058 Christopher Pinckney 16. Coil 926 Faith Adams

Senior Champion Ewe 1. Eldridge 478 Cade Spilde

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Show Results Junior Champion Ewe Traglia TS 201133 Susan Traglia

CA

Reserve Junior Champion Ewe Eldridge 11-29 Bridgette Eldridge

CA

Intermediate Ewe Lamb 1. Traglia TS 201133 Susan Traglia 2. Eldridge 11-29 Bridgette Eldridge 3. Traglia TS 201121 Susan Traglia 4. Moore 815 Judy Moore 5. Mullvain 11-4 Roger & Connie Flynn 6. Moore 818 Judy Moore 7. DeVries 1117 Tom & Rachel Schambow 8. Coil 19 Faith Adams 9. Woods 1779 Jessica Woods 10. Moore 835 Jaycie Brown

CA CA CA MI IL MI WI IN IL MI

Junior Ewe Lamb 1. Moore 848 2. Diamond C 0070 3. Woods 1796 4. REZNICK 1102 5. Diamond C 0074 6. Murphy 117 7. DeVries 1131 8. Murphy 115 9. Woods 1788 10. Mullvain 11-8 11. Schambow 3124 12. Woods 2080 13. Woods 2076 14. Willie 01108 15. Willie 01100

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Judy Moore Paige Clyde Jessica Woods Julie Reznick Paige Clyde Grace Murphy Sidney DeVries Grace Murphy Jessica Woods Roger & Connie Flynn Tom & Rachel Schambow Tw Cheviots Christopher Pinckney Karol Willie Karol Willie

Slick Shorn Junior Ewe Lamb 1. Moore 849 Judy Moore 2. Diamond C 0066 Paige Clyde 3. Woods 1812 Jessica Woods 4. Traglia TS 201140 Susan Traglia 5. DeVries 1127 Sidney DeVries Pair of Ewe Lambs 1. Susan Traglia 2. Paige Clyde 3. Judy Moore 4. Jessica Woods 5. Roger & Connie Flynn 6. Grace Murphy Best Headed Ewe 1. Moore 848

Mixed Pair of Lambs 1. Judy Moore 2. Ron & Barb Yochum 3. Paige Clyde 4. Julie Reznick 5. Tw Cheviots 6. Karol Willie

Eagle, MI Townville, PA Greenville, PA Redmond, WA Roachdale, IN Eugene, OR

Exhibitor's Flock 1. Jessica Woods 2. Judy Moore 3. Paige Clyde

Stewardson, IL Eagle, MI Greenville, PA

Grand Champion Ram

Res. Gr. Champion Ram

MI PA IL CA IL

Atascadero, CA Greenville, PA Eagle, MI Stewardson, IL St. Joseph, IL Plymouth, IN

Judy Moore

MI

Grand Champion Ewe

Res. Gr. Champion Ewe

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Macomber Family – Bryan, April & Gideon 9330 Sharon Hollow Rd. Manchester, MI 48158 Email: Bcmacomber@yahoo.com Phone:734-972-1600 * Special Thank You to Chuck & Denise Orr for your friendship and for going above and beyond in helping us get started with 21 cheviots!

2011 National cheviot queen

Amanda See

Greetings from Virginia! I grew up on a farm in a little community called Criders, where things tend to move at a slower pace. As I was growing up you could always find me running around the sheep barns at home or at the fairs my family attended. My mother is the superintendent of our state and county shows so I got to learn the ins and outs of how shows are run at an early age. I’ve always heard stories of my mother using sheep pens in my earlier years as a playpen for me, while she tended to our sheep or exhibitors. So, I guess you could say I was born into it. Unfortunately my parents ended up getting out of the sheep business when I was around eleven. However, my family continued to stay involved in sheep organizations helping promote the sheep industry.

When I was in intermediate school I worked on a local farm that raised sheep. Working there sparked my interest in Cheviots again and so I took home two bottle babies. Soon after, I purchased my own flock of Cheviots from my employers Dennis, Pam, and Clay Miller, who had originally got their start from my parents, back in the day. I had always found the breed to be intriguing with their beauty and wits and was very passionate from the beginning of my project. Thus started the hobby of a lifetime for me. I have become so fascinated with the breed and truly enjoy fitting and showing off their eloquent features. This past year has been one of the most exciting ones in my life. As you know I was elected the National Cheviot Queen and won the Cheviot Scholarship, which was a wonderful highlight of the year. I was also able to travel to many more shows and I experienced my first All-American Junior show in Delaware. To top it off I was accepted into Virginia Tech where I am currently a junior studying Crop, Soil and Environmental Sciences as my major. My flock now consists of forty brood ewes and I have to give a special thanks to my father for watching over them while I’m away at school. I have always been involved in FFA, 4-H, and the Virginia Junior Sheep Breeders Association. In these organizations I held many offices and had many accomplishments, such as President on several different levels. I also participated and made numerous state judging teams through these associations. My parents and clubs installed a love in me for agriculture and sheep and for that I am forever thankful. Being the National Cheviot Queen has been a great pleasure and honor of mine, I have met so many great Cheviot breeders and enthusiast. I would like to thank all of the members and directors who promote the breed, promoting is where the breed’s future lies. I also would like to thank Mr. Ebert for being very helpful and answering many of my questions, he is an outstanding secretary. Though I cannot thank everyone who has been very kind and encouraging to me personally, I would like everyone to know I am very grateful for the support and the opportunity I have received. I’m looking forward to the National sale in June and continuing to promote the Cheviot breed for many more years to come. I wish everyone a wonderful lambing season or if you’ve already started I hope it’s a prospering one. 22 Amanda See

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2011 Scholarship Winner What can we as an Association do to encourage more youth to not only show Cheviots but also raise a flock of their own Cheviots? I think the hardest part obtaining and retaining young Cheviot breeders is merely enticing them to join the ACSS and to raise Cheviots in the first place. If we can overcome this initial hurdle, I know the retention will take care of itself. Once these young breeders get a taste of the Cheviot breed they will never be able to stop raising these magnificent animals. To begin with we can't just expect the youth to come to us, we have to go to them. On a local level we should provide information to all our county 4-1-1 newsletters and furnish up- to-date information on award winners and upcoming futurity contests, scholarships and events. This information will then be available to all the local 4-H clubs in our states.

Kaitlin Lewis

In the beginning stages of regrowth, the ACSS should implement a Cheviot Breeder's Advertising Board along with an ACSS display. These displays would be present at all major shows. Individual breeders could take ACSS flyers with them to local shows.

In addition, we should create regional organizations i.e. North East, Midwest, etc. Cheviot Associations. Each regional organization would hold fundraisers until they have established a firm financial foundation. Cheviot breeders in their respective regions could donate time and money to help their organizations flourish. Each organization could also institute "Invite-a-Friend" Potlucks to encourage new membership and improve camaraderie amongst its current members. At the larger shows, we should actively publicize Junior meetings and gatherings. At theJunior meetings, parliamentary procedures should be adhered to, thus making the meetings more worthwhile and productive. Scholarships should be awarded at a designated Junior meeting (it would be the main meeting, preferably at Louisville) where parents and Juniors alike would attend. Having a consistent time and date for these meetings would eliminate confusion and encourage participation. The Junior gatherings should always consist of pizza or ice cream socials, and team building activities which would motivate involvement. While the Cheviot Queen program is a prestigious one, adding "Cheviot Ambassadors", would create more enthusiasm by allowing a larger group of Cheviot Juniors to participate and be actively involved in the Junior Organization. Each region would have a certain number of these ambassadors. They would be required to give a presentation at the Junior meeting at Louisville on the status of their region as well as what they had done to encourage the youth in their region to be more involved with the Cheviot breed. There are so many more avenues of promotion to be explored. I believe if we really begin applying ourselves, we can bring the dwindling numbers of active and involved youth Cheviot breeders to extraordinary new levels. The Cheviot breed will yet become “The Breed in the Lead!" 24

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2012 ALL-AMERICAN JUNIOR SHOW BEING HELD IN DES MOINES, IOWA

The 2012 All-American Junior Sheep Show is going to be held at the Iowa State Fairgrounds in Des Moines, IA from July 6-8, 2012. This is the first time the show has been held in Iowa and we are very excited to reach out to all the junior sheep exhibitors in the area. The AllAmerican is the premier junior breeding sheep show in the country. Judges for this year’s event will be Stacy Scramlin and Justin Benz. If you have never attended an All- American Junior Show please make plans to attend this very special event! It is much more than just a sheep show as there are several activities for the whole family. Several activities are in the planning stages for the exhibitors and their families to enjoy. Look for more information on the entry form. Entries close May 20th. Check out the All-American Website: www.allamericanjuniorshow.com for entry information.

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Updated information wanted The American Cheviot Sheep Society will start emailing out updates periodically about events. If you would like to be included on this email list please notify the association office at ebertj@wamego.net or cheviotorg@ gmail.com. This will allow the information to get you, the members much quicker and more timely. Also, if you have corrections to your address or phone number or want to add your cell phone to your breeder listing, please notify the office of that as well.

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Cheviot Ewe Futurity The American Cheviot Sheep Society is sponsoring a Cheviot Ewe Lamb Futurity open to all Junior Exhibitors. A “Junior Exhibitor” is defined as an exhibitor who is not older than 21 on the date of the Junior Cheviot Show at NAILE. There is no lower age limit, but the junior must be physically capable of showing their own sheep (exception made for physical or other handicap). Each junior may purchase more than one lamb, but only one lamb placing in the Top Eight will be awarded premiums. The American Cheviot Sheep Society guarantees the availability of $800 to be awarded to the top placings. Consignors will nominate lambs at specified sales and only these lambs will be eligible for the Futurity. All lambs must be purchased at a designated sale. No lambs purchased through private sales are eligible.

Purchase Futurity Lambs at any sale that takes breeder consignments. Consignor Rules:

1. Entries include Spring Ewe Lambs born Jan. 1, 2011 or later and Fall Ewe Lambs born Sept. 1 2010 thru Dec. 21, 2010. 2. Nominating fee of $25 is payable to the American Cheviot Sheep Society. Lambs must be nominated and designated prior to entering the show ring of a designated sale. Futurity ewe lambs must be sold at the auction of a designated sale and NOT be presold. 3. Lambs must be flank tattooed for Futurity purposed on the day of the sale. Lambs not so tattooed become ineligible for the Futurity premium.

Exhibitor Rules:

1. Age limitations for Junior Exhibitor: to be eligible to compete in the Futurity, an exhibitor must not be over 21 years of age on the date of the Junior Cheviot Show at NAILE. 2. Junior members must be physically able to show their Futurity lamb to qualify for points at each show (exception made for physical or other handicap). If an exhibitor has more than one Futurity lamb in a class, the owning junior must show one and another exhibitor must show the second lamb. 3. Futurity lambs are to be registered in the individual junior name ONLY. No partnerships, 26

farm, family, 4-H Club or FFA Chapter names are acceptable. 4. Ewe lambs and points earned in the Futurity are not transferable to any other person; nor are the points transferable from one lamb to another. 5. Any Futurity entrant may compete with as many lambs as desired, but will receive a premium for the one lamb with the highest point total. Each junior may win only one Top Eight Award. 6. Lambs must be shown in proper age classes. 7. Premiums: The American Cheviot Sheep Society has donated $800 to start the Futurity Premium. A percentage of this money will be awarded to each division based on the number of lambs nominated. The nominating fee will stay within the designated division of the Futurity. Division 1—Spring Ewe Lambs Division 2—Fall Ewe Lambs 8. The top eight places will be paid for spring lambs. Payment in the fall lamb division will be determined by the Futurity Committee in June— after all entries are nominated. 9. A point card must be filled out for each show and forwarded to the American Cheviot Sheep Society office within 14 days of the show. The card must be signed by the Superintendent of the show certifying that the junior exhibited the lamb, class size and the placing of the lamb. 10. For points-earned purposes, all shows are considered equal; i.e. AOB, Junior, Open, State, County receive equal point value in figuring points. Only the Junior Show at NAILE will be included, excluding the NAILE Open Show. 11. Futurity lambs may compete at any number of shows, but only the top five point-award shows will be included in determining awards. 12. Futurity Awards will be announced at the American Cheviot Sheep Society Annual Meeting at NAILE. 13. The sliding scale shown in the chart indicates how points will be determined. 14. The Cheviot Futurity Program will expand in 2011 to include a Yearling Ewe Futurity Comeback Program. Junior participants in the 2010 Futurity may nominate their ewe by June 1, 2011 for this competition. Spring and fall lambs will be eligible for the comeback program.

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2011 Futurity Results Yearling Ewes Place 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th

Exhibitor Rachael Wolters, TN Sidney DeVries, IL Jenna Davis, OH Kyle MacCauley, PA Christopher Pinckney, NY Jenna Davis, OH

Place 1st 2nd

Exhibitor Jenna Davis, OH James Tedford, KY

Fall Ewe Lambs Animal Misty Acres 1157 Eaton TJA 10076

Exhibitor Amanda See, VA Christopher Pinckney, NY Emily Glasshoff, NE

Champion Yearling Ewe

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Breeder J. Susan Traglia, CA Skeeter Creek Farm, WI Misty Acres, PA Triple J Acres, PA Speedy's Cheviots, PA Misty Acres, PA

Breeder Misty Acres, PA Triple J Acres, PA

Spring Ewe Lambs

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Animal Traglia 201009 Skeeter Creek 0478 Misty Acres 1133 Eaton TJA 10036 Speedy's 1058 Misty Acres 1124

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CheviotFuturityPointRecordForm   I,__________________________________________,haveshownthefollowingCheviotewe.  Eartag#_______________________,Registration#_____________________,   Thisewelamb/yearlingplaced_________________inaclassof_____________________atthefollowing  (circleone)   show_____________________________________________on____________________________,2012  Iverifythattheabovefuturityeweplacedasstatedandwasshownbytheexhibitorlisted.   ______________________________________________________ ________________________   Superintendent/ManagerSignature    Title   ThisformmustbefilledoutcompletelyandmailedtotheofficeoftheAmericanCheviotSheepSociety, 10015FlushRoad,St.George,KS66535,oremailedtoebertj@wamego.netwithin14daysoftheshow.  

2012 All-American Junior Sheep Show CheviotFuturityPointRecordForm

  I,__________________________________________,haveshownthefollowingCheviotewe.  Iowa State Fairgrounds Eartag#_______________________,Registration#_____________________, Des Moines, IL   Thisewelamb/yearlingplaced_________________inaclassof_____________________atthefollowing Activities include: Promotional Contests: Group classes:  (circleone) Skill-A-Thon Wool Show Pair of Yearling Ewes  Three on three basketball Logo Pair of Ewe Lambs show______________________________________________on____________________________,2012 Lamb Camp Ad Layout Young Flock  Judging Contest Poster Best Four Head of Ewes Iverifythattheabovefuturityeweplacedasstatedandwasshownbytheexhibitorlisted. Photo   Individual classes: Essay ______________________________________________________ ________________________ T-Shirt design Senior Ram Lambs Senior Ewe Lambs  January Ram Lambs January Ewe Lambs  Superintendent/ManagerSignature  Title February Ram Lambs February Ewe Lambs   Yearling Ewes March Ewe Lambs ThisformmustbefilledoutcompletelyandmailedtotheofficeoftheAmericanCheviotSheepSociety, Slick-shorn Yearling Ewes Slick-shorn Ewe Lambs 10015FlushRoad,St.George,KS66535,oremailedtoebertj@wamego.netwithin14daysoftheshow. 28 2012 Cheviot Journal  

July 5th – 8th

NEW Funedraiser!!! We are asking for your support in a new fundraiser for the American Junior Cheviot Association. We have pulled together and printed a full 13 page color photo calendar of Border Cheviots for the calendar year 2013. It’s now available for purchase. We are offering two ways to purchase the calendars. 1.) By Mail: Cost is $ 23 ($20 for calendar and $3 for mailing). Make check payable to American Junior Cheviot Association/ACSS (?) and mail to either: Denise Orr, 262 S. Foster Rd., Jackson Center, PA 16133 email: mistyacres@wononline.net telephone 814-786-7018 or Ashley Stevens, 8229 Artie Kemp Rd., Frederick, MD 21701 email : ashleyjanelle@comcast.net telephone 301-305-8075 2.) By pick up: Calendars will be available at one of the following shows/sales for the cost of $20 : Ohio Cheviot Showcase Show and Sale, Eaton, OH National Cheviot Show and Sale, Springfield, IL All American Jr Show, MI NAILE, Louisville, KY

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We are hoping this fundraiser goes well and to make it an annual event. This is a great gift to give yourself or anyone you know. The future of the calendar is in your hands and it will be discussed at the June, 2012 annual meeting in Springfield, IL. So please purchase early and show your support to continue this project. Also, a couple preliminary thoughts right now is to possibly have a photo contest with judging at NAILE to select the photos to be used in the 2014 calendar or possibly another way for breeders to submit photos for consideration. So to all you shutterbugs out there, get your cameras rolling and check the ACSS website this summer for more information about the future of the calendar and ways to submit your photos for consideration. Thank you for your support and take a moment everyday to enjoy the view of border cheviots.

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2011 All-American

Champion Ram

Reserve Champion Ram

Januaru Ram Lamb Sydney DeVries

March Ram Lamb Morgan Munsey

January Ram Lamb 1. Sydney DeVries 2. Caitlin Plank

Freeport, IL Hillsdale, MI

February Ram Lamb 1. Sydney DeVries 2. Anna Charest 3. Whitney Remmert 4. Caitlin Plank 5. Alicja Juerss

Freeport, IL Brimfield, MA Goodfield, IL Hillsdale, MI Clinton Corners, NY

March Ram Lamb 1. Morgan Munsey 2. Caitlin Plank 3. Christopher Pinckney

Lafayette, IN Hillsdale, MI Cayuga, NY

Champion Ewe

Reserve Champion Ewe

Yearling Ewe Kyle MacCauley

Fall Ewe Lamb Beau Mumm

Yearling Ewe 1. Kyle MacCauley 2. Sidney DeVries 3. Amanda See 4. Ashley Stevens 5. Kyle MacCauley 6. Morgan Munsey 7. Sidney DeVries 8. Whitney Remmert 9. Christopher Pinckney

Atglen, PA Freeport, IL Criders, VA Frederick, MD Atglen, PA Lafayette, IN Freeport, IL Goodfield, IL Cayuga, NY

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Slick Shorn Yearling Ewe 1. Caitlin Plank

Hillsdale, MI

Pair of Yearling Ewes 1. Kyle MacCauley 2. Sidney DeVries

Atglen, PA Freeport, IL

Fall Ewe Lamb 1. Beau Mumm 2. Makayla Bregg 3. Whitney Remmert 4. Whitney Remmert

White Heath, IL Parma, MI Goodfield, IL Goodfield, IL

January Ewe Lamb 1. Amanda See 2. Beau Mumm 3. Sidney DeVries 4. Makayla Bregg 5. Whitney Remmert

Criders, VA White Heath, IL Freeport, IL Parma, MI Goodfield, IL

February Ewe Lamb 1. Sidney DeVries 2. Ashley Stevens 3. Christopher Pinckney

Freeport, IL Frederick, MD Cayuga, NY

March Ewe Lamb 1. Tayler Garges 2. Emily Lytle 3. Whitney Remmert 4. Caitlin Plank 5. Ashley Stevens 6. Angelika Juerss

Telford, PA Lincoln University, PA Goodfield, IL Hillsdale, MI Frederick, MD Clinton Corners, NY

Pair of Ewe Lambs 1. Sidney DeVries 2. Beau Mumm 3. Makayla Bregg 4. Ashley Stevens 5. Whitney Remmert

Freeport, IL White Heath, IL Parma, MI Frederick, MD Goodfield, IL

Young Flock 1. Sidney DeVries 2. Whitney Remmert 3. Christopher Pinckney

Freeport, IL Goodfield, IL Cayuga, NY

Best Four Head of Ewes 1. Sidney DeVries 2. Whitney Remmert

Freeport, IL Goodfield, IL

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Junior Show Results Champion Fleece

Ram Fleece Angelika Juerss

Clinton Corners, NY

Ram Fleece 1. Angelika Juerss

Clinton Corners, NY

Ewe Fleece 1. Caitlin Plank 2. Caitlin Plank

Hillsdale, MI Hillsdale, MI

Showmanship 1. Ashley Stevens

Frederick, MD

Showmanship Participants (Non Placing) Makayla Bregg Parma, MI Caitlin Plank Hillsdale, MI Kyle MacCauley Atglen, PA Christopher Pinckney Cayuga, NY Angelika Juerss Clinton Corners, NY Skill-A-Thon Participants (Non Placing) Ashley Stevens Frederick, MD Angelika Juerss Clinton Corners, NY Kyle MacCauley Atglen, PA Judging Contest Participants (Non Placing) Ashley Stevens Frederick, MD Angelika Juerss Clinton Corners, NY Caitlin Plank Hillsdale, MI Makayla Bregg Parma, MI Power Point - Senior Angelika Juerss

Clinton Corners, NY

Logo Contest - Beginner 2. Caitlin Plank

Hillsdale, MI

Ad Layout Contest Participants (Non Placing) Angelika Juerss Clinton Corners, NY Photo Contest Participants (Non Placing) Ashley Stevens Frederick, MD Angelika Juerss Clinton Corners, NY Caitlin Plank Hillsdale, MI Essay Contest Participants (Non Placing) Angelika Juerss Clinton Corners, NY

American Cheviot Sheep Society REGISTRATION BY STATE: IL - Illinois 312 PA - Pennsylvania 206 OH - Ohio 87 NY - New York 83 IN - Indiana 74 CA - California 68 MI - Michigan 59 WI - Wisconsin 52 TN - Tennessee 44 WV - West Virginia 40 MN - Minnesota 38 NE - Nebraska 37 WA - Washington 36 NH - New Hampshire 31

MA - Massachusetts 29 MO - Missouri 28 IA - Iowa 23 SD - South Dakota 20 NC - North Carolina 19 DE - Delaware 18 ME - Maine 17 OR - Oregon 15 MD - Maryland 8 VA - Virginia 6 KY - Kentucky 4 CT - Connecticut 3 OK - Oklahoma 2 KS - Kansas 1

REGISTRATIONS BY MEMBERS: Il Jessica Woods Mi John & Judy Moore Pa Misty Acres John Eaton & Melissa Trostle-Eaton Pa Pa Erdenheim Farm Llc Tn Jimmy C Bell In Ted Coil & Family Ne Glasshoff Cheviots Pa Diamond C Farm Ca J Susan Traglia Wv Long Family Cheviots Oh Shoops Fashion Lanes Sidney Devries Il Il Paul Heggemeier Mo Running S Bar Livestock

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T-Shirt Design Contest Participants (Non Placing) Angelika Juerss Clinton Corners, NY

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2011 NAILE Cheviot

Grand Champion Ram

Reserve Grand Champion Ram

Grand Champion Ram - Junior Ram Lamb Spilde 1275 Cade Spilde

WI

Reserve Grand Champion Ram - Intermediate Ram Lamb Misty Acres 1150 Jessica Woods IL Senior Ram Lamb 1. Misty Acres 1150 2. Coil 0-43 3. Misty Acres 1167 4. Woods 1770 5. Traglia TS 201106

Jessica Woods Tom & Rachel Schambow Paige Clyde Jessica Woods Rachael Wolters

IL WI PA IL TN

Intermediate Ram Lamb 1. Woods 1778 2. DeVries 1116 3. Murphy 1-11 4. Eaton TJA 11011 5. Traglia TS 201132 6. Jr.

Jessica Woods Sidney DeVries Jessica Woods Ashley Stevens Sidney DeVries Joella Schultz

IL IL IL MD IL IN

Junior Ram Lamb 1. Spilde 1275 2. DeVries 1144 3. Diamond C 0069 4. Diamond C 0075 5. Traglia 201134 6. Pinckney 1169

Cade Spilde Sidney DeVries Paige Clyde Paige Clyde Rachael Wolters Christopher Pinckney

WI IL PA PA TN NY

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Grand Champion Ewe

Reserve Grand Champion Ewe

Grand Champion Ewe - Yearling Ewe Eldridge 478 Cade Spilde IL

WI

Reserve Grand Champion Ewe - Yearling Ewe Woods 1743 Jessica Woods

IL

Yearling Ewe 1. Eldridge 478 2. Woods 1743 3. Eldridge 966 4. Eldridge 10-83s 5. Eldridge 970 6. Diamond C 0050 7. LOKE 649 8. Eaton TJA 10059 9. Skeeter Creek 0478 10. Stevens 65 11. J Woods 1725 12. Schambow 3024 13. Coil 926 14. Misty Acres 1133 15. Traglia 201109 16. Blake 0001 17. Speedy's Cheviot 1058 18. Moore 827

WI IL CA IL CA PA PA PA IL MD TN WI IN OH TN IN NY IN

Cade Spilde Jessica Woods Bridgette Eldridge Jessica Woods Bridgette Eldridge Paige Clyde Paige Clyde Kyle MacCauley Sidney DeVries Ashley Stevens Justin Cross Tom & Rachel Schambow Faith Adams Jenna Davis Rachael Wolters Jacki Spall Christopher Pinckney Joella Schultz

Slick Shorn Yearling Ewe 1. Eldridge 10-843 Jessica Woods 2. Molly Joella Schultz 3. K&C Copeland Farm 1014 Kaylee & Kasey Copeland 4. Misty Acres 1124 Jenna Davis 5. Glasshoff 1039 Emily Glasshoff

IL IN OH OH NE

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Junior Show Results Senior Ewe Lamb 1. Woods 1775 Jessica Woods 2. Misty Acres 1157 Jenna Davis 3. Diamond C 0052 Paige Clyde 4. K&C Copeland Farm 1043 Kaylee & Kasey Copeland 5. Traglia TS 201115 Rachael Wolters 6. Coil 1-5 Faith Adams 7. K&C Copeland Farm 1042 Kaylee & Kasey Copeland Intermediate Ewe Lamb 1. Woods 1779 2. Eldridge 11-29 3. DeVries 1117 4. Moore 832 5. Moore 835 6. Coil 1-9 7. Moore 829 8. Shultz INJS 212 9. Moore 842 10. Moore 841 11. Moore 834

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Junior Ewe Lamb 1. Woods 1788 Jessica Woods 2. Diamond C 0070 Paige Clyde 3. Woods 1796 Jessica Woods 4. Diamond C 0074 Paige Clyde 5. Stevens 76 Ashley Stevens 6. Schambow 3124 Tom & Rachel Schambow 7. DeVries 1131 Sidney DeVries 8. Woods 2076 Christopher Pinckney 9. Spall 0006 Kirsten Spall Jessica Woods IL 10. Traglia 201135 Aaron Wolters Bridgette Eldridge CA 11. Wayside Cheviots 24 Jenna Davis Tom & Rachel Schambow WI 12. Schultz INJS 710 Joella Schultz Amanda See VA 13. Cross 1119 Justin Cross Jaycie Brown MI Faith Adams IN Slick Shorn Junior Ewe Lamb Justin Cross TN 1. Woods 1872 Jessica Woods Joella Schultz IN 2. Schultz INJS 715 Joella Schultz Joella Schultz IN 3. Diamond C 0066 Paige Clyde Joella Schultz IN 4. DeVries 1127 Sidney DeVries Emily Glasshoff NE IL OH PA OH TN OH OH

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Press Release Midwest Junior Sheep Show The Midwest Junior Preview Show is an annual breeding sheep show opened to all registered breeds of sheep as well as commercial breeding sheep! The show is located in Chillicothe, Missouri at the Litton Agri-Science Learning Center, in their indoor airconditioned show ring! Each year the show has successfully handed out over $5,000 in cash awards to young sheep breeders from all over the county! Last year's event hosted over 300 sheep from 10 different states! The show has been designed to be a laid back, fun and educational day for everyone involved from the newest showman to the experienced shepherd! All though families are welcome to join us in Chillicothe from Thursday to Sunday on show weekend, participants are only required to be there Saturday with day of entry available! New Events for 2012: ~ Parent and Youth Showmanship! Team up with Mom or Dad for a fun team showmanship contest! ~Supreme Breed Flock ~ a flock class with one flock from each breed shown during the day. Each flock must be made up of animals from at least two different exhibitors.

Press Release North East Youth Sheep Show July 19-22, 2012 The 2012 North East Youth Sheep Show will be taking place July 19-22, 2012, is held in the Mallary Complex at the Eastern States Exposition Fairgrounds in West Springfield, Massachusetts. The youth show is open to all youth 21 years old and younger as of January 1st with all breeds of sheep being eligible. The sheep and exhibitors should arrive by Thursday, July 19th; with animals being penned by 11:00 p.m. Activities begin on Thursday evening and continue right through the weekend with the finale being the selection of the Supreme Champions on Sunday afternoon. Anyone interested in sponsoring a t-shirt please visit our website to download the form; they are due by May 1, 2012. The youth show also needs items and volunteers for the food booth and the Fiber Nook at The Big E please visit our website for more information. Donations are also appreciated and help fund the show for the youth. For more information please visit the NES&WG website (www.nesheep. org).

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Sheep Breeder and sheepman

"The 1956 National show was held at the Ohio State Fair. Champion ram was shown by Wheeler Sheep Farm, Il. The Champion ewe was shown by Mr. & Mrs. Fred Fowles, PA." "The Grand Champion Wether at the 1960 Pennsylvania Farm Show was a purebred Cheviot wether. He was shown by William Gates, Lafayette Hill, PA and bred by Erdenheim Farms Co."

"The 1960 Helms-Sprinkle production sale saw 70 head of Cheviots average $62.00 per head. Top selling ewe brought $160." "The 1961 National show was held at the Iowa State Fair. Eloise Spraker from New York was the judge. Champion ram was bred and shown by Fred Nesius and family. Robert Johnson bred and showed the Champion ewe. Rose Nesius was crowned Cheviot queen, by the Iowa Governor Erbe." 2012 Cheviot Journal

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Breeder's Directory CALIFORNIA Jess Aggi Aggie Cheviots 4731 MUNJAR RD CHICO, CA 95973 (530) 343-0933 jaggichev@digitalpath.net MARILYN DOMPELING 31370 ROSSIER RD ESCALON, CA 95320 (209) 838-2641 SARAH DROWN PO BOX 330 SANT YZABEL, CA 92070 (760) 765-3381 ELDRIDGE FAMILY 4614 CAMPOS LN WINTERS, CA 95694 (530) 795-4003 rosalynda@zacavilleusd.org JAMES & BEATRIC GRAY 4601 W WISE RD LINCOLN, CA 95648 (916) 645-2503 VELVET HELLER HELL MOUNTAIN RANCH 12150 MOUNTAIN LION RD OJAI, CA 93023 (805) 646-5989 velvet@ojaiexpress.net MAE MARAL 4439 BUTTE HOUSE RD. YUBA CITY, CA 95993 (530) 755-0980 DAVID & LENORA ROSE 4519 IDAHO RD TURLOCK, CA 95380-9737 (209) 668-6726 ROBERT & KELLY STERLING RKS RANCH 8230 SAILOR AVE UPPER LAKE, CA 95485 (707) 275-8742 rwster52@yahoo.com KAYLA & ASHLEY TAYLOR 10688 TOWNSHIP RD BROWNS VALLEY, CA 959518 (530) 741-1375 kayla-marie-taylor@hotmail.com

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J SUSAN TRAGLIA PO BOX 301 ATASCADERO, CA 93423 (805) 235-8300 sue@suescheviots.com JANET TULLOCH 28383 HWY 78 RAMONA, CA 92065 (760) 789-8163 VALERIE VALE TWENTY MILE FARM 445 MEHISCHAU RD NIPOMO, CA 93444 (805) 929-6303 aussiumagility@aol.com

COLORADO JEFF DOWNS 71467 R71 RD MONTROSE, CO 81401 (970) 901-9959 jeff@kinikinfoods.com RALPH WALCHLE 3500 CR 12 RIDGWAY, CO 81432

CONNECTICUT REBECCA DURNICK 55 WIG HILL RD HADDAM, CT 06438 (860) 344-4273 happyeukayote@yahoo.com

DELAWARE WENDEE ANN KILLMON BETHANY MAE KILLMON 5432 SCOTT'S STORE RD BRIDGEVILLE, DE 19933 (302) 349-4944 cakillman@yahoo.com CASIDHE BRUNS ADAM BRUNS 3479 CANTERBURY RD. MILFORD, DE 19963 WOODBRIDGE FFA 307 LAWS STREET BRIDGEVILLE, DE 19933 (302) 337-8150 karen.breeding@wsd.k12.de.us

FLORIDA NYLES WELLS 3396 LAKE BUFFAM RD., EAST FORT MEADE, FL 33841 nyle713@hotmail.com

IOWA FAITH ADAMS 12760 S 380 W REMMINGTON, IA 47977 LES & KELLY MEYERS 211 W STRAIT ST GILMAN, IA 50106 (641) 498-2242 JACK & SANDY MILLER MILLER CHEVIOTS PO BOX 505 HUBBARD, IA 50122-0505 (641) 648-6056 COLIN SIK WHISKEY CREEK CHEVIOTS 626 2ND ST OCHEYEDAN, IA 51354 (712) 330-5204 MARY JEAN SIK SUNRISE FARMS 626 2ND ST OCHEYEDAN, IA 51354 (712) 758-3761 LAURA THOMPSON 8127 STREETER RD CEDAR FALLS, IA 50613 (319) 610-0344 pshaw32@thewebunwired.net

IDAHO JIM HIEMSTRA 7808 SWIFT LN BOISE, ID 83704 (208) 377-5430

ILLINOIS REED BAER PO BOX 92 CARLOCK, IL 31725 (309) 824-5104 rmb1966@verizon.net

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Breeder's Directory JACOB & ETHAN BALDING RR 1 BOX 211 ALBION, IL 62806 (618) 456-2900 DON OR KIRBY BALLARD BALLARD FARMS RR 1 BOX 64 CARROLLTON, IL 62016 (217) 942-3166 TED BALLARD RR 1 BOX 57A CARROLLTON, IL 62016 (217) 942-9946 JAMES BAWINKEL 4184 US 20 WEST FREEPORT, IL 61032 ANGELA A BEHRENDS 2222 N 1000E RD DANFORTH, IL 61032 (815) 269 2958 behrendshamps@yahoo.com ROBERT & LINDA CAUGHEY 12343 N 1200 E RD PONTIAC, IL 61764 (817) 844-5278 rcaughey@clf-firm.com TAYLOR COERS 122 W. Arch Mason City, IL 62664 (217) 482-9124 jcoers@mchsi.com SIDNEY DEVRIES 3435 W SCIOTO MILLS RD FREEPORT, IL 61032 (815) 563-4898 DONALD E DUCAT 1119 E 2500 NORTH RD ASHIKUM, IL 60911 (815) 698-2159 VINCENT EDLER 3478 S LOTT RD PEARL CITY, IL 61062-9226 (815) 443-2277 RICHARD & FLORE GETZELMAN BO-PEEP CHEVIOTS 9360 COUNTY LINE RD HINCKLEY, IL 60520-9601 (815) 286-3252

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SIDNI HARE 809 W. PIPER ST MACOMB, IL 61455 PAUL HEGGEMEIER 390 E MAPLE ST NASHVILLE, IL 62263 (618) 327-4072 GAVIN HOFFMAN & ELLE ARVIN BOX 101 CONGERVILLE, IL 61729 (309) 965-2854 GAYLE R HOFFMAN 1544 CITY RD 50 N CONGERVILLE, IL 61729 (309) 965-2854 GARRETT HOOKER 1212 N COLTON AVE BLOOMINGTON,IL 61701 (309) 838-5277 JON & BONNIE HUENEFELD EVERGREEN ACRES 1234 N HENDERSON RD FREEPORT, IL 61032 (815) 235-1812 jonbon829@verizon.net JIM JOHNSON 5435 S HADDEN RD MAZON, IL 60444 (815) 448-2459 CAROL JOHNSON KNIBBS 4805 S BUFFALO RD VERONA, IL 60479 (815) 735-8682 NATASHA LEHRER 75027 JERICHO RD BIG ROCK, IL 60511 DOYNE LENHART 9162 N 1450 E RD GEORGETOWN, IL 61846 (217) 662-8644 dlenhart@advancenet.net MICHAEL & BRANDON PRAIRIE 145 PORTER AVE CLIFTON, IL 60927 (815) 694-2280 RICHARD K RADER 2008 E. 2050 RD DANVERS, IL 61732 (309) 963-5501

Brooke & Whitney Remmert BROOKES CHEVIOTS 1615 US Highway 150 Congerville, Illinios 61729 (309) 448-2471 DUSTY RINCKER RT 1 BOX 170 STEWARDSON, IL 62463 (217) 682-5739 WILL SHOFNER RR 1, BOX 122 BATCHTOWN, IL 62006 (618) 576-2477 JW SIMMS-REISNER 16504 N 2000TH ST MARSHALL, IL 62441 (618) 562-5972 BOB STRAND 12404 RIMSNIDER RD HINCKLEY, IL 60520 (815) 286-3240 ANDREW TORDAI 3977 E 13TH RD EARLVILLE, IL 60518 (815) 592-2334 KIRSTEN WEIDNER 24003 STATE LINE RD HARVARD, IL 60520 (815) 943-8062 rweidner@richcoinc.com ADDISON WETZEL 8655 S HOSSIER RD FRANKLIN GROVE, IL 61031 (815-456-2724 glaawetzel@aol.com WILLERTON FAMILY 4076 E 1450 NORTH RD DANVERS, IL 61732-9629 (309) 963-4902 JESSICA WOODS RT. 1 Box 170 Stewardson, IL 62463 (217)682-5739

INDIANA BRIAN & COLLIN BARNETT BARNETT STOCK FARM 9098 E 600 S KIRKLIN, IN 46050 (317) 796-8667

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Breeder's Directory NICK BAUERLE 1525 S COUNTY RD NORTH VERNON, IN 47265 PHOEBE BLAKE 419 LETTERMAN DR BROWNSBURG, IN 46112 (317) 852-0085 HAROLD BOLINGER & FAMILY 14715 N 100 E NORTH MANCHESTER, IN 46962 (260) 982-4236 MRS JOHN & CLAR BOWLES 8749 E 1200 N CLARKS HILL, IN 47930-8002 (765) 523-2767 JOE CARTER FAMILY 887 South 600 East Crawfordsville, IN 47933 (765) 362-6229 TED COIL & FAMILY 755 E 1000 N FORTVILLE, IN 46040 (317) 485-5544 coil_farms@yahoo.com KEITH NANNY DAVID & LINDA KIMMEL NK FARM 1330 WESLEY CHAPEL RD SPENCER, IN 47460 (812) 829-9326 BILL LAWTER 3032 W US HWY 36 BAINBRIDGE, IN 46105-9648 (765) 592-0513

FRED & CARRIE OLTHOF WHITE POST CHEVIOTS 11129 S 250 E BROOK, IN 47922 (219) 275-3534 MAX PICKEL FAMILY 1330 W ST RD 236 ROACHDALE, IN 46172 (765) 522-2039 MIKAELA SHATTO 500 E 850N NORTH VERNON, IN 47265 JOELLA SHULTZ 5634 HATHAWAY RD FORT WAYNE, IN 46818 (260) 466-5375 JUSTINA SMITH 163 E CTY RD 1100 N FORTVILLE, IN 46040 JACKI & KIRSTEN SPALL 2290 S 700 W JAMESTOWN, IN 46147 (317) 374-2964 JOHN & SHANNON TAYLOR 1241 N ST RD 75 FRANKFORT, IN 46041 (765) 659-0829 Terry Wood TW CHEVIOTS 6060 E CR 900 N ROACHDALE, IN 46172 (765) 522-3560

KANSAS

ANDREA MROZINSKI-SCHWARTZ PO BOX 449 ROSSVILLE, IN 46065 (765) 412-2200 andrea_mrozinski@hotmail.com

KEN KROPF PO BOX 310 HESSTON, KS 67062 (800) 736-4951 ken@kropflumber.com

JEFF, JULIE & MORGAN MUNSEY 413 CASTLEWOOD CT LAFAYETTE, IN 47905 (765) 491-4708

KENTUCKY

GRACE MURPHY 16880 6TH RD PLYMOUTH, IN 46563 (574) 292-4479 mgmdorsets@embarqmail.com

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WENDELL & TANYA BERRY LANES LANDING FARM BOX 1 PORT ROYAL, KY 40058 (502) 947-5360 TERI MACINTOSH 2378 MCCLENDON RIDGE RD RUSSELL SPRINGS, KY 42642 (2700) 858-4773 cheviotsheepfarm@yahoo.com

TOM & PAT MURPHY 5298 HIGHWAY 401 HUDSON, KY 40145 (270) 536-3275

MAINE ROXANNE MOREAU 81 DAVIS RD DURHAM, ME 04222 (207) 353-4290 SUE SUCHAR 89 MAPLE RIDGE RD CHINA, ME 04358 (207) 923-3992 suesuchar@roadrunner.com DARCEY H WEBSTER 413 ROOSEVELT TRAIL WINDHAM, ME 04062 (207) 892-3824

MARYLAND ETHAN ABBOTT 2785 SAINT LEONARD RD PORT REPUBLIC, MD 20676 (202) 437-7970 SUZANNAH & COLTON MACLEOD 3945 MILLERS STATION RD MONCHESTER MD 21102 (410) 239-2160 speedtriple@hughes.net MORRIGAN L ELLS 320 FRANK MORELAND PL LOTHIAN, MD 20711 (410) 867-1910 J D FURROW 7843 GOLDEN PINE CIR SEVERN, MD 21144 (410) 551-4016 waiteville@verizon.net MARIAM HARPER 10711 BETHEL RD FREDERICK, MD 21702 (301) 639-5994 sharper69@comcast.net H WINFREE IRVINE PO BOX 248 GAITHERSBURG, MD 20884 (301) 948-7600

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Breeder's Directory EMILY MACRI 3815 HELWIG FARM RD NANJEMOY, MD 20662 (301) 246-4137 johnbarb@erols.com JAMES ABBOTT SHEILA MONTGOM D B FARMS, LLC 2785 SAINT LEONARD RD PORT REPUBLIC, MD 20676 (301) 855-9695 ASHLEY STEVENS 8229 ARTIE KEMP RD FREDERICK,MD 21701 (301) 305-8075 ashleyjanelle@comcast.net

MASSACHUSETTS BERNARD BROWN 21 JUDGES WAY WESTPORT, MA 02790 (401) 467-8211 berann90@aol.com JORDAN EB BROWN NATHANIEL S BROWN 21 JUDGES WAY WESTPORT, MA 02790 SMALL FRY FARM ANNA CHAREST 1176 Dunhamtown-Brimfield Road Brimfield, MA 01010 (413) 245-9328 smallfryfarmcont@gmail.com LYNDA HUTCHINGS 280 OAK ST HALIFAX, MA 02338 (781) 293-6360 moonlightacre@hotmail.com KEVIN KELLY 364 E WASHINGTON ST HANSON, MA 02341 (781) 585-1639 LINDA SCHAUWECKER 18 ELM ST PLYMPTON, MA 02367 (781) 585-1639 CODY WARD 819 LYONS RD LUDLOW, MA 01056 (413) 589-9653 tunis11@localnet.com 2012 Cheviot Journal

CHARLES YORK 180 S SHELBURNE RD SHELBURNE, MA 01370 (413) 625-2424

ETHAN & CAITLIN PLANK 2781 W. Hallett Rd. Hillsdale, MI 49242 (517) 437-2984

MICHIGAN

MINNESOTA

GARY BARTEL 9840 W TERRITORIAL RD MONTGOMERY, MI 49255

ARETT FAMILY 71444 130TH AVE BLOOMING PRAIRIE, MN 55917 (507) 456-8001 mb.arett@rocketmail.com

FRANN L & JENNI BECKEL BECKEL STOCK FARM 2300 KANE RD STOCKBRIDGE, MI 49285 (517) 851-4535 DALE COLLINS 21392 14 MILE RD LEROY, MI 49655-8583 (231) 768-5307 DICKINSON-BAKER CHEVIOTS 6106 S M-52 PERRY, MI 48872 (517) 468-3450 UGLY DOG'S FARM RICH FITZ 5185 N. Washburn Rd. Davison, MI 48423 (810) 299-3417 rich.fitz@charter.net

MARK & JO BERNARD PINE KNOLL ACRES 12236 SW 92ND AVE NEW RICHLAND, MN 56072 (507) 465-8474 mbernardagro@gmail.com JOE ERICKSON FAMILY 11075 367th St. Cannon Falls, MN 55009 (651) 258-4444 MAPLE CREST FARM TUCKER & TAYLOR HJERMSTAD Kenyon, MN 55946 (507) 789-5919 LAWRENCE P MCGUIRE MCGUIRE FARMS PO BOX 825 FAIRMONT, MN 56031 (507) 238-9001

DALE & SUE KAPLA FIDDLE KNOLL FARM PO Box 75 Rumely, MI 49826 (906) 439-5135 skapla@tds.net

PATRICK NOVACEK 10088 OLIVER AVE NW SOUTH HAVEN, MN 55382 (320) 274-3993

ELIZABETH LANGSHAW LANGSHAW FARMS 14625 EAST C AVE. AUGUSTA, MI 49012 (269) 731-4259

ADRIAN J & MARY RADEMACHER 9185 KLEIN DR WACONIA, MN 55387 (952) 442-4031 ajmrademacher@embarqmail.com

BRYAN MACCOMBER MACCOMBER SHEEP FARM 9330 SHARON HOLLOW RD MANCHESTER, MI 48158 (734) 972-1600 bmaccomber@yahoo.com

TC VENIS 36741 185TH AVE EAGLE BEND, MN 56446 (218) 756-2374

JOHN & JUDY MOORE 11989 HINMAN RD EAGLE, MI 48822 (517) 626-6012 jmoore@2farmconnect.net

MARY FENTY MARION SPRING FARM RR 1 BOX 182C WILLOW SPRINGS, MO 65793 (417) 469-1018 fenty6@wildblue.net

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NEBRASKA

DAVID SCHAMBOW 468B Shaker Blvd. Enfield, NH 03748 (719) 684-5150 dschambow@hotmail.com CHERYL SISSON 166 CEDAR ST CONTOOCOOK, NH 03229 (603) 746-6704

NEW MEXICO

DUANE GLASSHOFF GLASSHOFF CHEVIOTS 9820 HWY 50 MURDOCK, NE 68407 (402) 234-4175 ssman@futuretk.com

LESLIE GONCHAROFF PO BOX 70 TULAROSO, NM 88352 (859) 938-2546

WILLIAM R SHAMBURG SHAMBURG CHEVIOTS 20159 CTY RD 23 HERMAN, NE 68029-9719 (402) 456-7525

JON ALVAREZ 899 Sixty Six Road Hannibal, NY 13074

NEW HAMPSHIRE SAMANTHA BENNER 108 COLLINS RD WARNER, NH 03278 (603) 456-3912 THELMA CURTIS 648 Rt. 114 South Sutton, NH 03273 (603) 927-4336 NATALIE GOODRICH 1056 RT 63 WESTMORELAND, NH 03467 MARILYN N JOHNSON 108 COLLINS RD WARNER, NH 03278 (603) 456-3912 KDL FARM KAITLIN LEWIS 91 Dudley Brook Rd. Weare, NH 03281 (603) 529-6138 kdlfarm2007@gsinet.net

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NATHAN MONROE SAMANTHA MONROE 115 KEARSARGE MT RD#23 WARNER, NH 03278 (603) 456-2268

NEW YORK

THE FARMERS MUSEUM PO Box 30 Cooperstown, NY 13326 (607) 547-1505 MARGARET GREEN PARAGON FARM 993 CORNWALL RD PALMYRA, NY 14522 (315) 597-6742 woolrich@rochester.rr.com MICHAEL HEASLEY 10310 Walker Rd. Prattsburg, NY 14873 (607) 522-5705 mheasley@empacc.net KYLE HETMAN PO BOX 117 CLINTON CORNERS, NY 12514 (845) 266-8239 aandpjuerss@earthlink.net ANNE & PETER JUERSS BIELD FARM PO BOX 117 CLINTON CORNERS, NY 12514 (845) 266-8239 aandpjuerss@earthlink.net

JAMIE ARMSTRONG 1285 Skyline Dr. Schenectady, NY 12306 (518) 864-5662 m406j630@princetowncable.com

DEVLIN M KENNEDY 1930 RIVER RD GREENWICH, NY 12834 (518) 692-8769

LAURA & JEREMY BATEMAN MAPLE HAVEN 4249 ST RT 69 MEXICO, NY 13114 (315) 963-4869

KEVIN M KRON SUNNY HILL FARM 1036 TOWN LINE RD ALDEN, NY 14004 (716) 684-7211

ANTHONY CHAPMAN 2707 RTE 394 RANDOLPH, NY 14772 (716) 720-2967

JEFFREY MEYER 9526 CHIDSEY RD DALTON, NY 14836 (585) 468-2651

MARK COLF 1757 Co. Rd. 43 Clifton Springs, NY 14432

STEPHNAIE MILLER MILLERS CHEVIOT ACRES 421 BENTLEY RD NEW BERLIN, NY 13411 (607) 965-8278 S.Miller59@yahoo.com

ROSE CROCKER 11013 CHAUTAUQUA RD CATTARAUGUS, NY 14719 MAGGIE DOWNY 3721 ROUTE 44 MILLBROOK, NY 12545

JOSHUA & KYLE MILLER MIL-SID FARM 272 FRISBIEVILLE RD SCHOHARIE, NY 12157 (518) 295-7733

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Breeder's Directory HELEN MOONEY OLIVIA MOONEY 482 ASHGROVE RD CAMBRIDGE, NY 12816 (518) 677-3555 sashfon5@verizon.net CHRISTOPHER PINCKNEY 6365 CAYUGA RD. CAYUGA, NY 13034 (315) 255-1829 pnkyfrm@verizon.net KAREN ROGAN 2766 Depew Rd. Stanley, NY 14561 VALERY SUE SMITH 165 SHONE RD MT VISION, NY 13810 (607) 293-8810 SHANNON SPARGO 260 JOSLYN SCHOOL RD EAST BERNE, NY 12059 (518) 872-0027 CHAD SWARTZ 706 VERNAL RD ATTICA, NY 14011 (716) 812-2266 PATRICK C TESTO & FAMILY WESTON HILL FARM 133 COUNTY ROUTE 412 WESTERLO, NY 12193 (518) 797-9769 TISH TOREN 4257 CO RD 27 ROCK STREAM, NY 14878 (607) 229-3947 BREANNA WAILD 200 MAIN ST RANDOLPH, NY 14772 (716) 969-4357 DUANE WILCOX 257 Reese Rd. Earlville, NY 13332 BENJAMIN & KARI WOOD PINECROFT FARMS 7353 SANGER HILL RD WATERVILLE, NY 13480 (607) 693-1204

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NORTH CAROLINA LORENA ALBEE 2098 STEWART RANCH WALNUT COVE, NC 27052

MARIAH COX 2614 LICK RUN RD CHILLICOTHE, OH 45601 (740) 779-0826 coxpj6@roadrunner.com

DALE & LEURETHA FLUTY SHEPHERD'S COVE 2005 SPRINKLE CREEK RD MARS HILL, NC 28754 (828) 689-4892

JENNA DAVIS 1440 ORR RD CHILLICOTHE, OH 45601 (740) 642-3962 jnbjmb2011@yahoo.com

OHIO

DAVID & DIANNA DOWNS DOWNS CHEVIOTS 7213 TENT CHURCH RD LANCASTER, OH 43130 (740) 536-7450

MEREDITH BACUE 7321 TWIN LAKES RD PERRYSBURG, OH 43551 (419) 662-9301 ASHLEY BAKER 611 TIARA WAY WASHINGTON ,OH 43160 (740) 335-8502 J KEITH BICKETT PARADISE ACRES 1241 UNION RD XENIA, OH 45385 (937) 372-9328 JIM BROWN BROOKDALE FARM 475 TWIN BRIDGE RD WELLSTON, OH 45692 (740) 286-3275 ANGELA CASALINOVA 726 SHREDEN AVE CANAL FULTON, OH 44614 (330) 854-6789 ambio@sssnet.com JODI COBB & FAMILY SHOOPS FASHION LANES 4590 TR135 MCCOMB, OH 45858 (419) 957-6045 cheviotgirl@peoplepc.com DON & HOLLIDAY CONVERSE CONVERSE CHEVIOTS 1719 CLOUGH ST BOWLING GREEN, OH 43402 (419) 481-4987 ejkuebeckmdinc@wcnet.com KASEY & KAYLEE COPELAND K & C COPELAND FARM 12070 CO RD 60 LEWISTON, OH 43333 (937) 596-6432 knccope@bright.net

DARRELL GERFEN AND FAMILY 1495 BETHLEHEM RD W PROSPECT, OH 43342 (740) 494-2607 ROBERT HUNTER 7588 STEMEN RD PICKERINGTON, OH 43147 (614) 834-3948 rpkjhunter@msn.com ROBERT JEPSEN 9820 ALSPACH RD CANAL WINCHESTER, OH 43110 (614) 837-7313 BRIAN KISTLER FAMILY 4747 N CR 33 TIFFIN, OH 44883 (419) 992-4494 MEGAN LOWERY 21153 TR 80 WARSAW, OH 43844 (740) 327-2405 SARAH MARSHALL PO BOX 38 MT. LIBERTY, OH 43048 JASON MARTIN 3962 TOWNSHIP RD 59 MT GILEAD, OH 43338 (419) 946-1990 jasonrmartin@centurylink.net BUD MARTIN & FAMILY 5927 BULL HEAD RD WILLARD, OH 44890 (419) 933-4924

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Breeder's Directory MICHAELA MOENTER 4721 DEVILSHORE RD PEMBERVILLE, OH 43450 (8419) 833-3719 mmoenter@embarqmail.com JOE NESSELROAD 4235 BURNT MILL RD CHANDLERSVILLE, OH 43727 (740) 674-4368 janetn@muskingum.edu SAMUEL PHARES 6260 TRIP LINE RD CELINA, OH 45822 (419) 942-1732 phares@bright.net JANET POND NETTLECREEK FARM 543 N RT 235 ST PARIS, OH 43072-9602 (937) 663-4924 JOE & FRED RICHARD 23980 REIGLE RD DESHLER, OH 43516 (419) 278-2143

SHELIA A VERMILLION 15075 TWP RD THORNVILLE, OH 46076 JORDON VINEYARD 9300 BLUE ROCK CHURCH BLUE ROCK, OH 43720 (740) 674-4499 kbluerock@aol.com FRED A WILKES WIL-O-LANE FLOCK 7924 MORSE RD. PATASKALA, OH 43062 (419) 293-3830 TREVOR WILSON TYLER WILSON 14975 VAN WERT-MERCER CO VENEDOCIA, OH 45894 (419) 795-6462

TRC FARMS PAT SALING FAMILY TABITHA WEISEND FAMILY 23100 Pat Saling Lane CALDWELL, OH 43724 (740) 459-9751 tabithasregcheviots@yahoo.com

ALEX WOOD RYAN WOOD 5495 W US 224 TIFFIN, OH 44883 (419) 937-2927

MARY EVELYN SCOTT & FAMILY 15925 CHANDLERSVILLE RD CHANDLERSVILLE, OH 43727 (740) 638-4152

WILL OLSON RT1 BOX 8520 WARNER, OK 74469 (918) 463-5119

ALVIN SHOOP FAMILY 5741 CO RD 131 MCCOMB, OH 45858

OREGON

CHRISTINA SHOTTS 2959 N CR 34 QUINCY, OH 43343 (845) 266-8239 ANN & DON SIMERAL 22275 BRIDGEWATER RD QUAKER CITY, OH 43773-9789 (740) 785-5511 dsimeral@windstream.net

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LARRY A STAUFFER 1236 KENYON AVE NW MASSILLON, OH 44647-9663 (330) 833-0589

OKLAHOMA

EARL DAVENPORT ALDER GLADE FARM 3873 VICTOR POINT RD SILVERTON, OR 97381 (503) 873-4954 PENNY DODDS 8432 AZALEA GLEN RD GLENDALE, OR 97442 (541) 832-3380 cheviots101@earthlink.net

KAROL WILLIE 27250 ERIKSON RD EUGENE, OR 97402 (541) 344-8963 karolwillie@netzero.com AUSTIN WILSON CROSS ROAD FARM 3990 CROSS RD. KLAMATH FALLS, OR 97063

PENNSLYVANIA KEITH & KATIE ANDERSON 20483 PLEASANTVALLEY LANE THREE SPRINGS, PA 17264 (814) 448-3854 waynencarrie@embarqmail.com RAYMOND C BOLLINGER BLUE SPRUCE CHEVIOTS 110 ROYER RD EPHRATA, PA 17522 (717) 859-2953 rbollinger@dejazzed.com ELISE FRITZ CLEMONS 2100 VISTA VALLEY RD WASHINGTON, PA 15301 (412) 225-1214 clemsonspe@verizon.net PAIGE & CHEYENN CLYDE DIAMOND C FARM 95 N MAYSVILLE RD GREENVILLE, PA 16125 (724) 588-8831 mcclyde95@yahoo.com WALTER COX 366 DRY RIDGE RD WEST ALEXANDER, PA 15376 (724) 484-7703 PAT & TOM DERK 720 KNIGHT DRIVE HARRISBURG, PA 17111 (717) 566-8234 pkderk@msn.com RONALD E & CHER DONOVAN COUNTRY DREAM ACRES 305 BULLSHEAD RD NEWVILLE, PA 17241 (717) 776-3515 2012 Cheviot Journal

Breeder's Directory JOHN S & MELISSA TROSTLE-EATON 4070 DELTA ROAD AIRVILLE, PA 17302 (717)887-1222 tjacheviots@yahoo.com MELISSA DOTTLE RRT 1, BOX 1295 CARBONDALE, PA 18407 (570) 222-4723 mdottle1@hotmail.com COLLIN J FOULKE 130 E BRISTOL RD IVYLAND, PA 18974 (215) 675-2798 REBECCA, JACQUELINE & CATHERINE FOULKE 5288 RIDGE RD ELIZABETHTOWN, PA 17022 (717) 367-5943 sfoulke@comcast.net RICHARD M FUSTING 7600 LONG LANE ST THOMAS, PA 17252 (717) 369-4473 TOMMY GEARHART 1129 TURKEYVALLEY RD HOLLIDAYSBURG, PA 16648 (814) 215-9530 tomgearhart1981@verizon.net CHELSEA GEISINGER PO BOX 1 CENTERPORT, PA 19516 (610) 926-4564 helleana31@aim.com KATHERINE MARY GROSSMAN 1368 WEST PARK RD SLIPPERY ROCK, PA 16057 (724) 794-3764 trapline@zoominternet.net TONY HAUGH 8900 MEADTOWN FELTON, PA 17322 (717) 324-1496

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BETTY JANE KOEHLER 3061 NEFFS LAURY'S RD SCHNECKSVILLE, PA 18078 (610) 462-8280 KEVIN KOONTZ CIRCLE K FARM 181 CIRCLE K DR BEDFORD, PA 15522 (814) 623-9370 CATHRYN LEVAN 427 SALEM CHURCH RD HAMBURG, PA 19526 (610) 926 3875 EMILY LYTLE 190 CHURCH RD LINCOLN UNIVERSITY, PA 19352 KYLE MACCAULEY 4333 STEELVILLE RD ATGLEN, PA 19310 (610) 593-2907 maccauley@epix.net AMY ROSS MANKO THE ROSS FARM 102 ROUTE 519 EIGHTY FOUR, PA 15330 (724) 986-1925 therossfarm@yahoo.com JOHN A MARTIN 1558 BRIERTOWN RD EAST EARL, PA 17519 (717) 354-5727 PHIL MCMAHON ERDENHEIM FARM 5051 FLOURTOWN RD LAFAYETTE HILL, PA 19444 (215) 233-1848 pmcmahon@erdenheimfarm.com LINDSEY MCMILLEN RR 4 BOX 290 SUGAR GROVE, PA 16350 RICHARD & MARJORIE MCNULTY MCNULTY FARMS 795 MCNULTY RD VOLANT, PA 16156 (724) 530-2835

ANDY MELLOTT 817 WERTZVILLE RD NEEDMORE, PA 17238 (717) 573-4151 aemellott@frontiernet.net KENNETH MOORE, JR LO-KE FARM CHEVIOTS RR 2 BOX 145 ROME, PA 18837 (570) 395-3256 ROSE OR DON NAFZIGER 5138 DIEHL RD MOHNTON, PA 19540 (610) 855-8189 NASHUA LIVESTOCK 3140 GARNER RD EDINBURG, PA 16116 (724) 944-8435 nahualivestock@msn.com CHARLES JR & DENISE ORR MISTY ACRES 262 S FOSTER RD JACKSON CENTER, PA 16133-1704 (814) 786-7018 mistyacres@wononline.net BARRY & LINDA SINGLEY BEARLIN ACRES 180 MT ASH LANE SHIPPENSBURG, PA 17257 (717) 530-3605 KATY SNYDER 405 CHURCH RD. UNITYVILLE, PA 17774 (540) 458-6596 MICHELLE SNYDER 1204 BARTLEY RD PARKER, PA 16049 (724) 399-2817 jds@csonline.net SPEEDY'S CHEVIOTS 230 W. MIDDLESEX RD. CARLISLE, PA 17013 (717) 440-3423 sheepysnuggles@localnet.com

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Breeder's Directory PAMELA STOOPS 290 MACK RD WEST SUNBURY, PA 18690 (724) 283-5614 mztlangh@zoominternet.net MINDY STOOPS-IRVINE 288 MACK RD WEST SUNBURY, PA 18690 (724) 421-9212 MARLYN & ALICE STROH 333 E SCHOOLHOUSE RD SELLERSVILLE, PA 18960 (267) 354-1796 THREE FLEECE FLOCK GLADYS, TAMMY & NANCY 1111 HOOD SCHOOL RD INDIANA, PA 15701 (724) 465-7832 MIKE TORRONE, JR WILLOW MANOR FARM 425 57 DR PALMERTOWN, PA 18071 (610) 681-2149 RON & BARB YOCHUM WHITE BIRCH FARM 35202 TRYONVILLE RD TOWNVILLE, PA 16360 (814) 967-3616 whbirfar@windstream.net JUSTIN J ZAJAC 3185 STATE RD NEW CASTLE, PA 16105

RHODE ISLAND MARIA PROCOPIO 40 MOOSUP VALLEY RD FOSTER, RI 02825 (401) 568-9633

SOUTH CAROLINA GRAYSON BRANCH 1123 W CHAPPELL RD MCCONNELLS, SC 29726 (724) 421-9212

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WILLIAM & CICI NANCE WIIL-C-NANCE FARM 2350 HWY 161 YORK, SC 29745 (803) 818-5139

SOUTH DAKOTA KIMBERLY AXELSON 44708 267TH ST MARION, SD 57043 (605) 296-3137

KAYLYN BEACH SHAINA BEACH 12763 HISERS LANE BROADWAY, VA 24382 (540) 896-2659 tara@topbeadwelding.com

CLINT MOORE 36758 223RD ST WESSINGTON SPRINGS, SD 57382 (605) 539-0248

DEBBIE BUTTS PO BOX 336 TOMS BROOK, VA 22660 (540) 335-8250

PHIL MOORE FAMILY 25240 375TH AVE WHITE LAKE, SD 57383 (605) 249-2471

TENNESSEE

AARON LAYMAN HIGH VIEW FARM 877 MELROSE RD HARRISONBURG, VA 22802 (540) 269-2010

A & M CHEVIOT FARM 309 Jim Ford Rd. Jonesborough, TN 37569 (423) 477-8509 amcheviotfarms@gmail.com

JON MARSHALL MARSHALLS & SONS LIVESTOCK 1004 GLADE RD WYTHEVILLE, VA 24382 (276) 228-4215

JIM BELL 2937 HWY 33S NEW TAZEWELL, TN 37825 (423) 626-5946 jim@duncanlumber.com

CHARLES MILLER C & J ENTERPRISE 3008 WHITMORE SHOP RD HARRISONBURG, VA 22802 (540) 867-9535

STEPHANIE BUSH DANCING CHICKEN FARM 5022 S. Pittsburg Mtn. South Pittsburg, TN 37380 (423) 299-1049 wolfravenspider@yahoo.com

CLAY MILLER 13747 TURLEY CREEK LANE BROADWAY, VA 22815 (540) 896-3053

DILLION JONES NARROW GATE FARM 1030 IKE ADCOCK RD SMITHVILLE, TN 37166 (931) 934-2555 BETHANY, HANNAH, RACHAEL & AARON WOLTERS 2684 E. Sheepneck Rd. Culleoka, TN 38451 (931) 987-0043 twolters@bellsouth.net

VIRGINIA TANNER E BASS-MARSHALL 1004 GLADE RD WYTHEVILLE, VA 24382 (276) 228-4215

ASHLEE & ASHLEY MUNDY ASHLAND FARM 8267 MORNING LANE SINGERS GLEN, VA 22850 (540) 833-2310 amundyx2@yahoo.com AMANDA SEE 18014 Criders Rd. Criders, VA 22820 (540) 852-9203 craze4sheep1234@yahoo.com

WASHINGTON CARL L DEPPING DEPPING'S CHEVIOTS 1436 SCHOOL AVE WALLA WALLA, WA 99362 (509) 525-4484 thewhiteram@charter.net 2012 Cheviot Journal

Breeder's Directory DONNA GOSE 20705 S OAK KENNEWICK, WA 99337 (509) 586-4697

SCOTT SMITH MIDNIGHT FARMS 420 DEER RUN SUMERCO, WV 25567 (304) 756-3310

KATHERINE KUYKENDALL 12322 DAHL LN RICHLAND CENTER, WI 53581 (608) 538-3312 kuyk@yahoo.com

WISCONSIN DAVID ALLEN S 3951 GROTE HILL RD REEDSBURG, WI 53959 (608) 524-4786

ROBERT SCHAEFER EVERGREEN FARM D2720 DAY AVE MARSHFIELD, WI 54449 (715) 387-4923 evergreenfarm@t2net.com

RORY, SHEILA, J BODEY SKEETER CREEK FARM 6849 HWY 140 CLINTON, WI 53525 (608) 436-0149 skeetercreekfarm@yahoo.com

TOM & RACHEL SCHAMBOW LONE PINE CHEVIOTS 2417 W. STARK RD. JANESVILLE, WI 53545 (608) 743-1473 highpt@hughes.net

LYNN JORDAN RR 1 BOX 248 MARLINTON, WV 24954-9722 (304) 799-4531

DANIEL CONSIDINE SUNSHINE FARM N 8873 CURRIE RD PORTAGE, WI 53901 (608) 742-2016

CADE SPILDE 2800 WILDFLOWER RD STOUGHTON, WI 53589 (608) 873-6789

LONG FAMILY CHEVIOTS PO BOX 60 BALLARD, WV 24918-0060 (410) 551-4016 waiteville@verizon.net

PAT R FEINER FEINER SIDE FARM S10084 OLD BLUFF TRAIL PRAIRIE DU SAC, WI 53578 (608) 643-4740

ROBERT S MATTHEWS MATTHEWS FARM CHEVIOTS 38 FORDS LN SOD, WV 25564 (304) 756-3516

KENNETH G KNIER & SON HILL TOP ENTERPRISE 726 S CLAY RD OSHKOSH, WI 54904 (920) 841-5680 kniercknier@aol.com

DEAN L HYDEN SHEPHERD'S BOUNTY 2320 BURNT VALLEY RD CHEWELAH, WA 99109 (509) 935-7193 shepherdsbounty@centurytel.net ALAN & JULIE REZNICK WINDFIELD FARM 6019 204TH PL NE REDMOND, WA 98053 (425) 868-4256 roosterpie@frontier.com

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DUSTIN SWCHLINSOG W 2760 CTY HWY H GRANTON, WI 54436 (715) 238-7111 dustydon12@yahoo.com CARL & ROBERT ZUBE ZUBE FARM E9379 AMES HILL RD VIROQUA, WI 54665-9528 (608) 637-2394

The following are the list of buyers for the donated ewe lamb from John & Judy Moore, Eagle, MI at the 2011 National Cheviot Sale. Hunter Cheviots.......................... OH Pine Knoll Acres........................ MN Glasshoff Cheviots......................NE Rader Cheviots..............................IL Bob & Sharon Schaefer............... WI Andrea Mrozinski-Schwartz.......... IN Heatherwood Cheviots..................IL Bill Lawter..................................... IN Triple J Acres............................... PA

Richard & Judy Schambow......... WI

Gayle Hoffman...............................IL

Ron & Barb Yochum.................... PA

David Allen.................................. WI

Moenter Homestead................... OH

Gary Saylor, Auctioneer.............. OH

Willerton Cheviots.........................IL

J. Susan Traglia Cheviots............ CA

Brooke's Cheviots..........................IL

Ebert Tax & Accounting............... KS

Ted & Charlotte Coil..................... IN

Misty Acres.................................. PA

Long Family Cheviots................. WV

Skeeter Creek Farm.................... WI

DeVries Cheviots,..........................IL Roger & Connie Flynn...................IL

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A LOOK BACK AT CHEVIOTS IN 1994 The Champion and Reserve Champion rams at the National Sale were shown by Valerie Vale of California on two yearling rams. The Champion ewe was shown by Budd & Karen Martin of Ohio, while the Reserve Champion ewe was shown by Alvin Shoop & Family of Ohio. Budd & Karen Martin had the best consignment. 99 head were sold in the sale with an average price of $285.35. The top selling ram was an intermediate ram lamb from Budd & Karen Martin selling to Spilde Farms, WI. The top selling ewe came from the Martin consignment as well selling to Homer Long Family, WV. Other consignors at the 1994 National sale included: John & Judy Moore, Elaine Vogt, Bo-Peep Cheviots, Willerton Family, Bill Lawter, Pine Knoll Acres, Spilde Cheviots, John Eaton, Sr., Kenneth & Dr. Paul Knier, Stout Farms, Jared Poynter, Bob Strand, Heatherwood Cheviots, Karol Willie. The 1994 NAILE show featured the first all Cheviot wether class. The Champion wether was shown by Darcy McCarthy and the Reserve was shown by Eric Shellhouse, both from Ohio. There were 25 wethers shown in 1994. In the open show which was judged by Bill Lawter the Champion and Reserve rams were from the Intermediate ram class. Champion was shown by John & Judy Moore, MI and Reserve was shown by Spilde Farms, WI. The Champion ewe was shown by Charles York, MA and the Reserve ewe was shown by Jami Baker. Both ewes came from the yearling class. The 1st place flock came from Lo-Ke Cheviots and Pine Knoll Acres was the premier exhibitor. Other exhibitors were Ration Maker Cheviots, Alvin Shoop & Family, Gayle Clyde, Bo-Peep Cheviots, Shannon Burnett, M & T Farm, Stout Farms and Kendra Moore. There were 84 head shown at Louisville for the National show in 1994.

Champion Ewe at NAILE open show

Champion ram at National show

First place flock at NAILE open show Champion ram at NAILE open show

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2012 NATIONAL CHEVIOT SHOW & SALE JUNE 22nd & 23rd, ILLINOIS STATE FAIRGROUNDS, SPRINGFIELD, ILLINOIS The American Cheviot Sheep Society will manage the 2012 National Cheviot Show & Sale. All entries are due by April 25th. Mail your entries to Jeff Ebert 10015 Flush Rd St George, KS 66535 . LOCATION: Goat Barn on the Illinois State Fairgrounds, Springfield, Illinois. We will share the barn with the Oxford breeders again this year.

SHOW: Friday, June 22nd, beginning at 8:00 a.m. CDT, Jeff Repasky as Judge. SALE: Saturday, June 23rd, beginning at 9:00 a.m. CDT, Billy MacCauley as Auctioneer. x x

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ENTRY DEADLINE – APRIL 25:Pleasebeontime!Wewanttohavethecatalogoutingoodtimeto prospectivebuyersandwesimplycan’twaitforlateentries.NoeͲmailentrieswillbeaccepted.Faxed entrieswillnotbecatalogeduntilentryfeesarereceived. ENTRYFEES–Entryfeesare$20/headpayableattimeofentry.Entryfeesarenonrefundableonany sheepthataresiftedorotherwisefailtomakethesale.Pleaseusetheenclosedentryform.Ifyouneed additionalroom,simplyphotocopytheformorprovidetheinformationonablanksheetofpaper. InformationSaleDaywillbeaccepted,butyoushouldmakeeveryattempttoprovidepedigree informationtotheprospectivebuyers.RemembertheApril25thdeadline,andpleasebeontime!!! LATEENTRIES:Forallentriesreceivedafterthedeadlinedateandbeforethecatalogisprinted,wewill makeeveryefforttoincludetheseinthecatalog.AllEntriesthatarereceivedafterthecatalogisprinted willbechargedalateentryfeeof$40perhead.Aconsignorwhohasentriesinthecatalogandthenlater addsadditionalentrieswillbeassessedthenormal$20perheadentryfee.

CATALOG: A sale catalog will be sent out a month prior to the sale to all Cheviot members and past buyers and bidders. We will allow consignors to submit an ad to be included in the sale catalog if they desire. The entire sale catalog will also be listed on the Cheviot website www.cheviots.org. CLASSES:

Yearling Rams & Ewes, inc. Slick Shorn Yearling Ewes (born 9-1-10 to 8-31-11) Fall Ram & Ewe Lambs (born 9-01-11 to 12-31-11) Intermediate Ram & Ewe Lambs (born 1-01-12 to 2-14-12) Junior Ram & Ewe Lambs (born 2-15-12 and after) NOTE: BEST HEADED – The Best Headed animal from each class will be selected by the Judge and a committee. The Overall Best Headed Ram & Ewe will be designated on the sale order. READ THIS: A Consignor may consign a single ram, but for the second ram, two ewes must also be consigned and then at least one ewe per ram after that. Therefore, if a consignor enters multiple rams, they must have at least the same number of ewes consigned. A consignor may enter as many ewes as they wish. SCRAPIE IDENTIFICATION: All entries must carry Scrapie ID. You will need to have Scrapie ID on your Health Papers. The State of Illinois now requires out-of-state consignors to obtain an entry permit no more than 72 hours before entering Illinois. The permit may be obtained by calling the Illinois Dept. of Ag. (217-782-4944). More information on health papers and regulations will be sent to all consignors.

MINIMUM BID: There will be a minimum bid of $250 on all Yearling Ewes and Rams. All other entries will have a minimum bid of $200. SALE HEADQUARTERS: Northfield Inn & Suites Sangamon Ave. Call 217-523-7900 and specify you are with the Cheviot Sheep Sale. Call early for reservations! The deadline date for rooms is June 1st.

SILENT AUCTION & HOSPITALITY: The Junior Cheviot Fund will host a silent auction during the show on Friday.

PLEASE SEND ALL ENTIES BY APRIL 25TH & MAKE FEES PAYABLE TO: American Cheviot Sheep Society MAIL TO: Jeff Ebert 10015 Flush Rd. St George, KS 66535

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Ad Index

Index

Bo-Peep Cheviots........................................................ 52

Moore Cheviots.............................................................. 5

Brooke's Cheviot/Willerton Family................................ 52

Rader Cheviots............................................................. 52

Champman Sheep Farm.............................................. 40

Schaefer's Evergreen Farm (Shaefer, Bob and Sharon)..... 52

Diamond C Farm (Clyde, David & Melissa)......................... 23

Sheepman Supply Company........................................ 23

Eldridge/Wilt Cheviots....................................Back Cover

Shoop Fashion Lane Farms......................................... 23

Fair Haven Farms......................................................... 21

Sunny Slope Acres (Stevens, Ashley)......................................57

Hunter Cheviots............................................................ 52

Sydell............................................................................ 37

J. Susan Traglia................................... Inside Back Cover

Triple J Acres (Eaton, John).......................................................40

Long Family Cheviots..................................................... 9

Wayside Cheviots......................................................... 21

Misty Acres (Orr, Chuck and Denise).........Inside Front Cover

White Birch Farm (Yochum, Ron & Barb)........................... 23

McGuire Sheep Farm................................................... 39

Windfield Farms (Reznick, Alan & Julie).... Inside Back Cover

Gestation Table BRED – DUE 1/1 – 5/26 1/2 – 5/27 1/3 – 5/28 1/4 – 5/29 1/5 – 5/30 1/6 – 5/31 1/7 – 6/1 1/8 – 6/2 1/9 – 6/3 1/10 – 6/4 1/11 – 6/5 1/12 – 6/6 1/13 – 6/7 1/14 – 6/8 1/15 – 6/9 1/16 – 6/10 1/17 – 6/11 1/18 – 6/12 1/19 – 6/13 1/20 – 6/14 1/21 – 6/15 1/22 – 6/16 1/23 – 6/17 1/24 – 6/18 1/25 – 6/19 1/26 – 6/20 1/27 – 6/21 1/28 – 6/22 1/29 – 6/23 1/30 – 6/24 1/31 – 6/25

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BRED – DUE 2/1 – 6/26 2/2 – 6/27 2/3 – 6/28 2/4 – 6/29 2/5 – 6/30 2/6 – 7/1 2/7 – 7/2 2/8 – 7/3 2/9 – 7/4 2/10 – 7/5 2/11 – 7/6 2/12 – 7/7 2/13 – 7/8 2/14 – 7/9 2/15 – 7/10 2/16 – 7/11 2/17 – 7/12 2/18 – 7/13 2/19 – 7/14 2/20 – 7/15 2/21 – 7/16 2/22 – 7/17 2/23 – 7/18 2/24 – 7/19 2/25 – 7/20 2/26 – 7/21 2/27 – 7/22 2/28 – 7/23

BRED – DUE 3/1 – 7/24 3/2 – 7/25 3/3 – 7/26 3/4 – 7/27 3/5 – 7/28 3/6 – 7/29 3/7 – 7/30 3/8 – 7/31 3/9 – 8/1 3/10 – 8/2 3/11 – 8/3 3/12 – 8/4 3/13 – 8/5 3/14 – 8/6 3/15 – 8/7 3/16 – 8/8 3/17 – 8/9 3/18 – 8/10 3/19 – 8/11 3/20 – 8/12 3/21 – 8/13 3/22 – 8/14 3/23 – 8/15 3/24 – 8/16 3/25 – 8/17 3/26 – 8/18 3/27 – 8/19 3/28 – 8/20 3/29 – 8/21 3/30 – 8/22 3/31 – 8/23

BRED – DUE 4/1 – 8/24 4/2 – 8/25 4/3 – 8/26 4/4 – 8/27 4/5 – 8/28 4/6 – 8/29 4/7 – 8/30 4/8 – 8/31 4/9 – 9/1 4/10 – 9/2 4/11 – 9/3 4/12 – 9/4 4/13 – 9/5 4/14 – 9/6 4/15 – 9/7 4/16 – 9/8 4/17 – 9/9 4/18 – 9/10 4/19 – 9/11 4/20 – 9/12 4/21 – 9/13 4/22 – 9/14 4/23 – 9/15 4/24 – 9/16 4/25 – 9/17 4/26 – 9/18 4/27 – 9/19 4/28 – 9/20 4/29 – 9/21 4/30 – 9/22

BRED – DUE 5/1 – 9/23 5/2 – 9/24 5/3 – 9/25 5/4 – 9/26 5/5 – 9/27 5/6 – 9/28 5/7 – 9/29 5/8 – 9/30 5/9 – 10/1 5/10 – 10/2 5/11 – 10/3 5/12 – 10/4 5/13 – 10/5 5/14 – 10/6 5/15 – 10/7 5/16 – 10/8 5/17 – 10/9 5/18 – 10/10 5/19 – 10/11 5/20 – 10/12 5/21 – 10/13 5/22 – 10/14 5/23 – 10/15 5/24 – 10/16 5/25 – 10/17 5/26 – 10/18 5/27 – 10/19 5/28 – 10/20 5/29 – 10/21 5/30 – 10/22 5/31 – 10/23

BRED – DUE 6/1 – 10/24 6/2 – 10/25 6/3 – 10/26 6/4 – 10/27 6/5 – 10/28 6/6 – 10/29 6/7 – 10/30 6/8 – 10/31 6/9 – 11/1 6/10 – 11/2 6/11 – 11/3 6/12 – 11/4 6/13 – 11/5 6/14 – 11/6 6/15 – 11/7 6/16 – 11/8 6/17 – 11/9 6/18 – 11/10 6/19 – 11/11 6/20 – 11/12 6/21 – 11/13 6/22 – 11/14 6/23 – 11/15 6/24 – 11/16 6/25 – 11/17 6/26 – 11/18 6/27 – 11/19 6/28 – 11/20 6/29 – 11/21 6/30 – 11/22

BRED – DUE 7/1 – 11/23 7/2 – 11/24 7/3 – 11/25 7/4 – 11/26 7/5 – 11/27 7/6 – 11/28 7/7 – 11/29 7/8 – 11/30 7/9 – 12/1 7/10 – 12/2 7/11 – 12/3 7/12 – 12/4 7/13 – 12/5 7/14 – 12/6 7/15 – 12/7 7/16 – 12/8 7/17 – 12/9 7/18 – 12/10 7/19 – 12/11 7/20 – 12/12 7/21 – 12/13 7/22 – 12/14 7/23 – 12/15 7/24 – 12/16 7/25 – 12/17 7/26 – 12/18 7/27 – 12/19 7/28 – 12/20 7/29 – 12/21 7/30 – 12/22 7/31 – 12/23

BRED – DUE 8/1 – 12/24 8/2 – 12/25 8/3 – 12/26 8/4 – 12/27 8/5 – 12/28 8/6 – 12/29 8/7 – 12/30 8/8 – 12/31 8/9 – 1/1 8/10 – 1/2 8/11 – 1/3 8/12 – 1/4 8/13 – 1/5 8/14 – 1/6 8/15 – 1/7 8/16 – 1/8 8/17 – 1/9 8/18 – 1/10 8/19 – 1/11 8/20 – 1/12 8/21 – 1/13 8/22 – 1/14 8/23 – 1/15 8/24 – 1/16 8/25 – 1/17 8/26 – 1/18 8/27 – 1/19 8/28 – 1/20 8/29 – 1/21 8/30 – 1/22 8/31 – 1/23

BRED – DUE 9/1 – 1/24 9/2 – 1/25 9/3 – 1/26 9/4 – 1/27 9/5 – 1/28 9/6 – 1/29 9/7 – 1/30 9/8 – 1/31 9/9 – 2/1 9/10 – 2/2 9/11 – 2/3 9/12 – 2/4 9/13 – 2/5 9/14 – 2/6 9/15 – 2/7 9/16 – 2/8 9/17 – 2/9 9/18 – 2/10 9/19 – 2/11 9/20 – 2/12 9/21 – 2/13 9/22 – 2/14 9/23 – 2/15 9/24 – 2/16 9/25 – 2/17 9/26 – 2/18 9/27 – 2/19 9/28 -2/20 9/29 – 2/21 9/30 – 2/22

BRED – DUE 10/1 – 2/23 10/2 – 2/24 10/3 – 2/25 10/4 – 2/26 10/5 – 2/27 10/6 – 2/28 10/7 – 3/1 10/8 – 3/2 10/9 – 3/3 10/10 – 3/4 10/11 – 3/5 10/12 – 3/6 10/13 – 3/7 10/14 – 3/8 10/15 – 3/9 10/16 – 3/10 10/17 – 3/11 10/18 – 3/12 10/19 – 3/13 10/20 – 3/14 10/21 – 3/15 10/22 – 3/16 10/23 – 3/17 10/24 – 3/18 10/25 – 3/19 10/26 – 3/20 10/27 – 3/21 10/28 – 3/22 10/29 – 3/23 10/30 – 3/24 10/31 – 3/25

BRED – DUE 11/1 – 3/26 11/2 – 3/27 11/3 – 3/28 11/4 – 3/29 11/5 – 3/30 11/6 – 3/31 11/7 – 4/1 11/8 ��� 4/2 11/9 – 4/3 11/10 – 4/4 11/11 – 4/5 11/12 – 4/6 11/13 – 4/7 11/14 – 4/8 11/15 – 4/9 11/16 – 4/10 11/17 – 4/11 11/18 – 4/12 11/19 – 4/13 11/20 – 4/14 11/21 – 4/15 11/22 – 4/16 11/23 – 4/17 11/24 – 4/18 11/25 – 4/19 11/26 – 4/20 11/27 – 4/21 11/28 – 4/22 11/29 – 4/23 11/30 – 4/24

BRED – DUE 12/1 – 4/25 12/2 – 4/26 12/3 – 4/27 12/4 – 4/28 12/5 – 4/29 12/6 – 4/30 12/7 – 5/1 12/8 – 5/2 12/9 – 5/3 12/10 – 5/4 12/11 – 5/5 12/12 – 5/6 12/13 – 5/7 12/14 – 5/8 12/15 – 5/9 12/16 – 5/10 12/17 – 5/11 12/18 – 5/12 12/19 – 5/13 12/20 – 5/14 12/21 – 5/15 12/22 – 5/16 12/23 – 5/17 12/24 – 5/18 12/25 – 5/19 12/26 – 5/20 12/27 – 5/21 12/28 – 5/22 12/29 – 5/23 12/30 – 5/24 12/31 – 5/25

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Stevens 64 – “Ruby” Misty Acres 1081 x Woods 1620 “Hummer”

5th Jr. Lamb – NAILE Jr. Show 5th Late Lamb – All Am. Jr. Show 2nd Late Lamb – MD State Fair Watch for “Ruby” this spring and summer. We have high expectations for her!!!!

Stevens 64 – “Kissy”

Eaton TJA 11011 – “Buddy”

Traglia 2748 x Misty Acres 1036 4th Yrl. Ewe – All Am. Jr. Show 10th Yrl. Ewe – NAILE Jr. Show Res. Ewe DE Livestock Expo (2011 and 2010) Res. Champion Ewe – KILE (2010)

Eldridge 106G05 x “Super Freaky”

4th Int. Ram Lamb – NAILE Jr. Show

Champion Ram at every other show attended in 2011. This is our new, up and coming stud ram. He is very extended, and has immense show appeal. He has been bred to ewes for Spring 2012. Watch for him in the show ring this spring and summer. Thank you to John Eaton for allowing us to purchase this ram.

Watch for our first set of sale lambs at the Ohio Showcase this May!!!!

Check out our NEW website at: www.sunnyslopeacres.net Stevens 64 – “Sam”

Traglia 2748 x Misty Acres 1036

2nd Jr. Ram Lamb – NAILE Jr. Show (‘10)

Champion Ram honors at 6 shows between 2010 and 2011 on a limited showing basis. His fall lambs are growing great for us. Watch for them this summer. He has matured to 32’’ tall and is extremely structurally correct and very nice headed.

ASHLEY STEVENS x 8229 ARTIE KEMP RD. FREDERICK, MD 21701

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2011 National Cheviot Sale June 18, 2011 Lot Consignor Price RAMS GRAND CHAMPION-Yearling Ram 33 John & Judy Moore (BH-Overall) 2,000 RESERVE GRAND CHAMPION-Yearling Ram 7 Triple J Acres 2,000

Buyer 140

Larry McGuire

118

Roger &Carolyn Smith

YEARLING RAMS 52 Rincker-Woods Sheep Farm 13 Rincker-Woods Sheep Farm 46 DeVries Cheviots

300 300 275

134 134 144

David Clouser David Clouser Richard Krouse

FALL RAM LAMBS 44 Ted Coil & Family 29 J. Susan Traglia (BH) 16 Rincker-Woods Sheep Farm 17 Rincker-Woods Sheep Farm

2,400 1,100 500 300

170 165 140 134

Tom & Rachel Shambow Moenter Homestead; Michaela Moenter Larry McGuire David Clouser

INTERMEDIATE RAM LAMBS 34 John & Judy Moore 18 Rincker-Woods Sheep Farm 10 Triple J Acres 30 J. Susan Traglia (BH) 19 Rincker-Woods Sheep Farm 35 John & Judy Moore 47 DeVries Cheviots

700 300 750 1,100 900 600 300

168 137 119 114 127 138 133

Walter H. Ryle Roger & Connie Flynn Willerton Family; Whitney Remmert Sidney DeVries Bridgette Eldridge Earl Davenport Laura Thompson

JUNIOR RAM LAMBS 21 Rincker-Woods Sheep Farm 51 John & Judy Moore (BH) 20 Rincker-Woods Sheep Farm 4 Rader Cheviots 42 Hoffman & Arvin

300 400 500 300 250

137 143 123 142 144

Roger & Connie Flynn Lynda Hutchings TW Cheviots Charles York Richard Krouse

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Kyle MacCauley

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Denise Orr

EWES GRAND CHAMPION-Yearling Ewe 8 Triple J Acres 3,350 RESERVE GRAND CHAMPION-Fall EweLamb 31 F J. Susan Traglia (BH) 1,200 YEARLING EWES 14 Ricker-Woods Sheep Farm 32 J. Susan Traglia (BH-Overall) 9 Triple J Acres 15 Ricker-Woods Sheep Farm 28 J. Susan Traglia 41 Hoffman & Arvin 1 Moenter Homestead

1,000 2,000 1,000 600 800 500 250

105 126 139 166 161 121 110

JW Simms-Reisner Jessica Woods Speedy's Cheviots

FALL EWE LAMBS 22 F Rincker-Woods Sheep Farm 11 F Triple J Acres 23 F Rincker-Woods Sheep Farm

1,100 700 650

140 109 163

Larry McGuire James Tedford Phillip Moore

500

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Emily Glasshoff

1,000 1,050 500 600 750 700 650

127 148 139 163 170 112 105

Bridgette Eldridge Amanda See Speedy's cheviots Phillip Moore Tom & Rachel Schambow Denise Orr JW Simms-Reisner

500 450 650 400 600 450 350 350

123 105 103 133 163 105 116 163

TW Cheviots JW Simms-Reisner Long Family Cheviots Laura Thompson Phillip Moore JW Simms-Reisner John Eaton & Melissa Trostle-Eaton Phillip Moore

Kevin Kron Pamela Stoops Willerton Family John, Shannon, Alex Taylor

INTERMEDIATE EWE LAMBS DONATED INTERMEDIATE EWE LAMB 39 F John & Judy Moore 53 F 36 F 24 F 37 F 49 F 12 F 48 F

Rincker-Woods Sheep Farm John & Judy Moore Rincker-Woods Sheep Farm John & Judy Moore DeVries Cheviots Triple J Acres (BH) DeVries Cheviots

JUNIOR EWE LAMBS 25 F Rincker-Woods Sheep Farm 27 F Rincker-Woods Sheep Farm 40 F John & Judy Moore (BH) 54 F Olson Brothers 38 F John & Judy Moore 26 F Rincker-Woods Sheep Farm 6F Rader Cheviots 2F Moenter Homestead

58

Total Average

37,725 785.94

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