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Aberdeen Angus World P.O. Box 177, Stavely, Alberta T0L 1Z0 Phone: (403)549-2234 Fax: (403)549-2207 email: office@angusworld.ca Internet Location: www.angusworld.ca

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"Official Publication of the Canadian Angus Association"

Volume 21 #4*

Dave Callaway Editor/Publisher

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Dave’s Desk

Reports from across the country are very positive as far as the summer and early fall go. Hay and grain crops have been very fruitful with yields up over last year, in fact high than they have been in many years. Not to cast scorn to the grain farmers of this great country, but the higher yields may result in a slight price moderation of cereal grains. If that event were to happen it would certainly be a positive for cattle feeders which in turn would raise the price they could pay for feeder calves this fall All those involved in the

is time of year breeders are having to make decisions regarding their calf crop. All indications are that the demand for Angus genetics will continue to be strong.ere is no question in my mind that Angus breeders will put the same or more bull calves in the sale pen this year. As always there should be the reminder to not over populate that pen by digging deeper into the more marginal bulls. ere are a number of dispersal sales this fall and early winter which is an excellent opportunity to add new and different bloodlines to your herd. In a sense, I guess that would be diversifying, albeit within the breed. Either way it is an opportunity to gain access to cattle that otherwise would not be offered for sale.

ere has been a bit of a changing of the guard across the country with regard to Provincial Presidents. I would like to thank all of them, old and new, for taking the time to submit news and updates from their respective provinces and regions. It is a great means of keeping everyone up to date on the happens across the country. ank you to them! Look forward to seeing you down the road.

Dave Callaway


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Learn, grow, enjoy. That was the simple mission statement developed nearly four years ago by five Lethbridge-area feedlot owners who decided to cooperate for mutual gain. The Allied Marketing Group (AMG), made up of Ryan Kasko, Les Wall, Ed Stronks, Leighton Kolk and Shawn Murray, was established in early 2010. This fall they took another step forward and became the first Certified Angus Beef ® (CAB®) brand Feeding Partner in Canada. “We started by taking educational trips together and sharing information about our operations,” said Kasko. “That evolved into having meetings as an advisory group and now benchmarking performance.”

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Collectively, the group manages 11 feed yards with a one-time capacity of more than 110,000 head. Their new partnership with CAB will help them to better work with producers to deliver premiums and translate the value of carcass data. “We’re really excited about their focus on quality, interest in Angus genetics and the kind of feeding programs they have,” said Larry Corah, vice president of supply development for CAB. With a seventh consecutive record sales year worldwide and a strong growth year for CAB in Canada, the timing of this feedlot partnership is optimal, Corah said: “One of the things we want to do is create a linkage between CAB and the feedlot industry in Canada.”

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That’s the model that jump-started production (supply development) of high-quality Angus beef in the U.S., he added. “Fifteen years ago, we looked at how to channel high-quality Angus-sired calves from the ranch to the packing house. They all have to go through the feedlot phase, so that’s when we started working more closely with that segment.” AMG joins scores of CAB feeding partners in the U.S., and group members see the new relationship as an opportunity to improve carcass quality at the feedlot and producer level.


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Aiming for Quality, Profit It’s easy for Angus producers, whether commercial ranchers or registered breeders, to get involved with the latest outreach by the Certified Angus Beef ® brand in Canada, said CAB vice president Larry Corah. The 35-year-old brand that began processing cattle in Canada with licensed packers 14 years ago is non-profit, producer owned and entirely market driven. Those economic forces are fuelled by consumer demand to generate seven consecutive years of record annual sales—now exceeding 850 million pounds—and paying producers $30 million per year in grid premiums. “The simplest way to get on board with CAB is to work with a feeding partner who aims for this premium target and wants to develop relationships with ranchers,” Corah said. Across the U.S., several seedstock producers have helped organize their customers in marketing alliances where everyone learns about their cattle, works to improve them and earns market rewards for those efforts, he explained. “That strategy would work well in Canada as well,” Corah said. The first CAB Feeding Partner in the country is the Allied Marketing Group (AMG) of feedlots in southern Alberta, he noted. Their lead contact is Ryan Kasko, Coaldale, AB, 403-345-4301; ryan@kaskocattle.com. More information on the CAB program is available at CABpartners.com.

“We want to be able to make those links with the ranchers, the producers,” Kasko said. “I think being the first one gives us that advantage to make some stronger connections. We have a lot to offer as feedlots to those producers.” AMG members developed a value-based marketing relationship with the largest packer in Canada, also CAB licensed. “Cargill wanted high-quality cattle,” Kasko said. “We thought there might be opportunities to work with CAB, to be introduced to producers of Angus cattle and help us analyze the data we have on our cattle.” Bruce Mitschke, the group’s facilitator and local beef production professional adds, “One of the reasons for a grid partnership is to look at feeding more high-quality cattle. And that fits right in with CAB.” Kasko said, along with using common veterinarians and nutritionists, the group hired a professional to lead animal welfare training for their staffs. “I think that shows the value of working together. We probably couldn’t justify doing that on our own, but we can as a group so it’s helping make all of our operations better.” “CAB tells the story and I think as a group we want to be part “We’ve pooled between us some of our expertise, experiences, of that story,” Wall said. successes and failures,” Kolk said. “That’s one of the real positives. Similar operations, goals and integrity have allowed AMG to We can maintain our individual ownership but still benefit from become successful both as a group and in their individual sharing information.” operations. AMG recently set up a database to track and quantify individual “We’re all family operations and we all live on the feedlots we animal and pen performance. It automatically updates feedlot run,” Stronks said. “It shows you how committed we are to what data daily and Cargill data when available. we do and how we do things. We live and breathe this every day.” “I think that resource is going to help us give the information That’s a connection that resonates with consumers who buy back to the producer,” Murray said. “We can get the kill data back the CAB brand, whether at retail or off the menu. for individual carcasses. That fits for the producer and it fits for us.” Story and photos by AMG members hope to improve efficiency on the individual Rosie Templeton lots by gaining insight on when cattle should be marketed. They will focus on improving returns without increasing costs, Kolk said. Leighton Kolk “It’s a three-way partnership between the feeder, the cow-calf producer and CAB as a marketing organization,” said Mitschke. Kolk recalls a question he fielded on a panel at a recent agricultural conference: What is one thing you wish you could do differently as a cattle feeder? The answer was all about focus: “We had no connection with our consumer,” he realized. CAB’s relationship with retail and restaurant licensees across Canada can help feedlots and groups like AMG gain a better understanding of consumer wants and needs, Kasko said. Fall Edition 2013

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Saskatchewan Gold Show - Prince Albert Heifer Calf Class 1) Wrights 112 Pride 14Y (FCF Windfall 112Y) Wright Livestock, Jon & Sara Wright, Meskanaw, SK 2) Justamere 244Y Blackbird 423A (Justamere 422 Impact 244Y) Justamere Farms, Lloydminster, SK 3)Red T&S Rose 8A (Red Cockburn Ribeye 346U) T&S Farms, Rose Valley, SK (6 in class) Yearling Heifer Class - Split 1 1) Bar-H Evening Tinge 36Z (HF Done Deal 64T) Bar-H Land & Cattle Co, Langenburg, SK 2) Red Six Mile Siera 171Z (Red Towaw Indeed 104H) Six Mile Red Angus, Fir Mountain, SK 3) Red Wrights 5X Bridget 20Z (Red Wrights Easy Deal 5X) Wright Livestock, Melfort, SK (9 in class) Yearling Heifer Class - Split 2 1) Elldem 9005 Glamour 322Z (PVF Windfall SCC 9005) Elldem Cattle Investments, Humboldt, SK 2) Justamere 0562 Blackbird 337Z (EXAR Upshot 0562B) Elldem Cattle Investments, Humboldt, SK 3) Red KF Clarit 48Z (Red Ter-Ron Realdeal 01W) Hillary Sauder, Hodgeville, SK (8 in class) Yearling Heifer Class - Split 3 1) EXAR Cassie 2014 (Dameron First Class) Mainstream Genetics, Watrous, SK 2) Red Blairswest Sugrland 1Z (Red Ringstead Kargo 443W)

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Maguire Blair, Drake, SK 3) Justamere 499U Fay 307Z (Justamere 406S Bell Ringer 499U) Justamere Farms, Lloydminster, SK (7 in class) Champion Junior Female Elldem 900S Glamour 322Z Reserve Champion Junior Female Bar-H Evening Tinge 36Z Two Year Old Cow/Calf Class 1) EXAR Blackbird 1916 (SAV Bismarck 5682) Justamere Farms, Lloydminster, SK 2) Eastondale Pride 18'09 (Leachman Right Time) Wright Livestock Jon & Sara Wright, Meskanaw, SK 3) Red Lazy MC Lady 17Y (Red Lazy MC Cowboy Cut 26U) Lazy MC Angus, Bassano, AB (6 in class) Mature Cow/Calf Class 1) Red Six Mile Cheta 702W (Red Six Mile Sakic 832S) Wright Livestock, Triple L & Six Mile Ranch, Fir Mountain, SK 2)Red T&S Rose 18W (Red T&S Chateau 14S) T&S Farms, Rose Valley, SK 3) Red Blairs Sugrland 5X (Red Towaw Integrity 17M) Maguire Blair, Drake, SK (4 in class) Champion Senior Female Red Six Mile Cheta 702W Reserve Champion Senior Female EXAR Blackbird 1916

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Grand Champion Female Red Six Mile Cheta 702W Reserve Champion Female EXAR Blackbird 1916 Bull Calf Class 1) Red Six Mile & Co Jagger 780A (Red MRLA New Era 87Y) Six Mile Red Angus, Fir Mountain, SK 2) Red Wrights 17M All State 11A (Red Towaw Intergrity 17M)Wright Livestock, Melfort, SK 3)Red Lazy MC Rope Burn 104A (Red Lazy MC Forum223Y) Lazy MC Angus, Bassano, AB (6 in class) Yearling Bull Class 1) Northern View SMW Gustov 3Z (Remitall H Rachis 21R) Wagner Angus, Moose Jaw, SK & Northern Angus, Duff, SK Grand Champion Bull Red Six Mile & Co Jagger 780A Reserve Champion Bull Northern View SMW Gustov 3Z Premier Breeder Wright Livestock Premier Exhibitor Wright Livestock


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25 Things I Want My Ranch Kids to Know From The Sagebrush Sea :: Ramblings of a cow puncher’s wife by Rachel Larsen

Parents & little cowpokes everywhere will relate to these ‘25 Things’ whether you live on a ranch or farm or are just country at heart

Responsibility, accountability, and basic life skills begin with sweeping the floor, scrubbing the toilet, and feeding pets and livestock. We love you, we want you to find success in life. Success comes from preparation, so we give you chores.

2 Don’t let me hear you say you are bored. Boredom is a choice, when Boredom is a choice.

your backyard is the whole outdoors, there are chores to be done, and books to be read. If you can’t entertain yourself with a stick and a bucket full of calf nuts, we’re doing something wrong.

out of necessity. Protect yourself from the sun, wind and weather with the proper clothing. I nag and question your clothing choices, because you are precious to me.

There is a time and a place for bad language. 8 Sometimes you just need to cuss; spew anger and frustration in one

grand verbal barrage. Smash your thumb with your shoeing hammer/fencing pliers, massive runback at the gate, ringy heifer won’t take her calf? Yes. At the dinner table, the classroom, in front of your grandmother? No.

Feed your help. There is magic in watching the sunrise. 9 Neighbors, 3 Early friends, or hired men? It doesn’t matter, sometimes the mornings are hard, we don’t rise as early and as easily as Dad. best way to show your gratitude for a long day of hard work is a lovingly

4 A pet is more than a companion.

Don’t judge, but if you do, judge them by their 10 abilities, attitudes, actions not appearances.

Do it anyway. The beauty you will witness with the awakening of the world is worth sleepy eyes and cold fingers.

prepared hot meal and cold drink.

Grow your own food. 5 Our world is increasingly rife with poor food choices, the easiest

Buckaroo or cowboy, flat or taco, slick or rubber? In some circles these comparisons can lead to heated debates, more often than not based strongly in personal opinion, rather than rooted in truth. This is true outside of the ranching world, as well. Words have power to create divisiveness, do not use them to speak against yourself or gossip about others.

Your cats, dogs, calves, and ponies are more than friends and playmates. They are lessons in empathy, responsibility, love, and letting go.

response to unhealthy options is to grow your own food. I don’t care it’s a single tomato plant or a garden large enough to feed 10 families, cultivate an appreciation for fresh, whole food.

open to learning. 6 InBehorsemanship and life, you will never know it all, never assume

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Stewardship. 11 Dad and I choose to be responsible for landscapes and livestock, this

lifestyle defines who we are. Sometimes that means ball games are trumped by pasture rotations and dinner time is delayed by cesarean sections, it does not mean we love you any less. I hope you approach the world with a sense of respect and connectedness.


Fake it till you make it. But, don’t be a pushover. 12 19 You don’t have to be confident in everything you do, but taking a Stand up for yourself. deep breath and acting like you are helps you get through it. This can be applied in the arena, the sorting alley, to horses or people, and life as a Develop a sense of place. whole. Stand up straight and look the challenge in the eye, as you gain 20 Wherever you may live, learn the names of plants, rocks, and experience confidence will catch up with you. That said, don’t mistake arrogance for confidence. 13 No one likes a swaggering braggart, even if he is a competent swaggering braggart. There is honor in being unheralded, if you enjoy your

14 . . . for you and for livestock. Don’t let it defeat your spirit and energy. Don’t let it impact your livestock health. work.

Low-stress is best . . .

The only dumb question is the unasked question. 15 Where is the gate? Which calf? Can you help me? Ask questions, no one will think less of you. Clear communication helps prevent

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Always do your best.

animals, visit old homesteads (or neighborhoods) and educate yourself about Indigenous cultures. In doing so, you gain roots, a sense of belonging that will lend you stability in all that you do.

Break a sweat everyday. 21 Pound a steel post or take a jog, whatever you do, break a sweat

22 IfBeyoupresent. are mindful of the moment, it is easier to catch a mistake daily. Your mind and body will thank you for it.

before it happens, redirect a broncy horse before wreck, and have better relationships. It might surprise you, what you observe and what you achieve when you are fully in the moment.

23 GoUnplug. to cow camp. Leave the computer screen, TV, and cell phones

“There comes a time when you’re gonna get bucked Sometimes the hard decisions are the right ones. 17 and you’re gonna need to know what to do so you 24 don’t get stepped on.“ There are days when your best is better than others, recognize that. Avoid self-judgement, abuse, and regret and enjoy the process.

- Betsy Swain, 1875 Do not let fear of pain or disappointment stand in the way of new experiences. What I regret most in my life are opportunities missed out of fear. Pain and disappointment are a part of living, learn to take them in stride and keep moving forward.

18 Enough said.

Be polite and kind.

behind. Watch the chipmunks and rock dogs, read a book, or share a conversation with your family.

You do not have to maintain this lifestyle, but 25 please appreciate it.

We cannot rationalize suffering and pain to animals. Sometimes the best decision is the hardest one to make, know when to let them go.

I don’t expect you to grow up and follow in our footsteps, the long hours and low pay aren’t for everyone. Carry these early horseback mornings in your heart.

Rachel Lohof Larsen is a fifth-generation rancher, mom, wife, cowgirl, and blogger. Originally from Montana, Rachel has a BA in Environmental Science from Colorado College. She and her husband, Guy, bring a sense of integrity and a strong interest in sustainability to all their pursuits. Rachel, her husband and children, practice their stockmanship skills in Southwestern Idaho. She describes herself as “wife, mother, sister, artist, cowgirl, knitter, rancher, student, dilettante yogi, and gardener, not necessarily in that order”. The Sagebrush Sea blog can be found at thesagebrushsea.com.

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Manitoba Gold Show

Manitoba Angus Association hosts another successful Field Day & Gold Show On Saturday July 27th under sunny skies and moderate temperatures, over 80 head of cattle along with exhibitors and spectators gathered together for the day. The format was a pen show, so that even exhibitors could enjoy a relaxing visit with fellow breeders and spectators alike, as well as try their hand at judging the groups of cattle that were brought into the ring. The Calcutta made it fun & interesting for everyone. It was a very high quality group of cattle which is a testament to the great purebred Angus cattle we have in Manitoba. The day ended with a supper sponsored by the Manitoba Angus Association. Thanks to all of the exhibitors who took the time to bring their cattle and to the spectators who attended and especially to the judges, Bruce Rosling, Richie Joynt and Wes Olynyk for taking the time out of their busy schedule to sort the cattle for us. - Lois McRae

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Grand Champion Female - Airey Cattle Co l-r: Bruce Rosling, Richie Joynt, Wes Olynyk, Airey Cattle Co, Dallas Johnston (MAA President)

Reserve Champion Female - Topview Acres l-r: Bruce Rosling, Richie Joynt, Wes Olynyk, Topview Acres, Dallas Johnston (MAA President)

Grand Champion Bull - N7 Stock Farm l-r: Bruce Rosling, Richie Joynt, Wes Olynyk, N7 Stock Farm, Dallas Johnston (MAA President)

Reserve Champion Female - Ramrod Cattle Co l-r: Bruce Rosling, Richie Joynt, Wes Olynyk, TRamrod Cattle Co, Dallas Johnston (MAA President)

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Judges: Bruce Rosling, Richie Joynt, and Wes Olynyk Class: #1 Heifer Calf born in 2013 Heifer Calf Class - Split 1 1) AW Esther 23A (GDAR Game Day 449) AW Angus, Gainsborough, SK 2) CHL Rosebud 2A (TVA Networth 8Y) Naomi Best, Harding, MB 3) Red Mar Mac Ruby 69A (Red Lazy MC CC Detour 2W) Mar Mac Farms, Brandon, MB (5 in class) Heifer Calf Class - Split 2 1) N7's Tibbie 10A (N7's Elvis 9Y) N7 Stock Farm, Crandall, MB 2) N7's Blkwood Lady 8A (Tokach Update 9009) N7 Stock Farm, Crandall, MB 3) AW Queen Ruth 5A (S Grid Maker 0258) AW Angus, Gainsborough, SK (4 in class) Heifer Calf Class - Split 3 1) Red Maple Lake 3032A (Red Six Mile Win-Chester 745W) Maple Lake Stock Farm, Hartney, MB 2) Maple Lake 3527A (SAV Final Answer 4200) Maple Lake Stock Farm, Hartney, MB 3) SHCC Fran 2A (Red Lazy MC CC Detour 2W) Laura Horner, Minnedosa, MB (4 in class) Heifer Calf Class - Split 4 1) HBH Tibbie 301A (Connealy Consensus 7229) HBH Farms, Rivers, MB 2) TSN Miss Shaun 1A (SAV Brand Name 9115) TSN Livestock, Brandon, MB 3) Greenbush Pride Lady 2A (HARB Windy 702 JH) Greenbush Angus, Neepawa, MB (4 in class) Champion Heifer Calf N7's Tibbie 10A Reserve Champion Heifer Calf HBH Tibbie 301A Yearling Heifer Class - Split 1 1) N7 Blackbird 191Z (N7's Outlook 26X) N7 Stock Farm, Crandall, MB 2) TVA Queenette 63Z (Topview Net Worth 36U)Topview Acres, Grandview, MB 3) CHL Rosebud 10Z (Cranberry Creek Fame 919W) Naomi Best, Harding, MB (7 in class) Yearling Heifer Class - Split 2 1) TVA Lady Di 33Z (Sitz Upward 307R)Topview Acres, Grandview, MB 2) Red Mar Mac Lady Trooper 114Z (Red Cockburn Ribeye 346U)Mar Mac Farms, Brandon, MB 3) N7's Mary KT 30Z (SAV Bismarck 5682) N7 Stock Farm, Crandall, MB (6 in class) Yearling Heifer Class - Split 3 1)Mar Mac Countess 70Z (Mar Mac Blackberry 155X) Airey Cattle Co, Rivers, MB 2) Greenbush Georgina 39Z (S Chisum 6175) Greenbush Angus, Neepawa, MB 3) Red Hamco Design 34Z (Red SSS Arson 85U) Hamco Cattle Co, Glenboro, MB (5 in class) Yearling Heifer Class - Split 4 1) DMM Essence 14Z (DMM Riptide 87W) Raina Syrnyk, Ethelbert, MB 2) Northern View Zara Lisa 92Z (TGA Blackman 8311U) Airey Cattle Co, Rivers, MB 3) DMM Blackbird 8Z (DMM Dynasty 03G) Raina Syrnyk, Ethelbert, MB (5 in class) Champion Junior Female TVA Lady Di 33Z Reserve Champion Junior Female Red Mar Mac Lady Trooper 114Z

Two Year Old Cow/Calf Class - Split 1 1) N7's Tibbie 52Y (SAV Networth 4200 calf by N7’s Elvis 9Y) N7 Stock Farm, Crandall, MB2) Mar Mac Tiger Lily 25Y (HF Tiger 5T calf by SAV Final Answer 0035)Mar Mac Farms, Brandon, MB 3)Brookmore Tibbie 135Y (Sitz Upward 307R calf by Connealy Consensus 7229) HBH Farms, Rivers, MB (5 in class) Two Year Old Cow/Calf Class - Split 2 1) Brookmore Aleta 73Y (SAV Pioneer 7301 calf by TC Aberdeen 759)Airey Cattle Co, Rivers, MB 2) Brookmore Bella 29Y (Sitz Upward 307R calf by TC Aberdeen 759) HBH Farms, Rivers, MB 3) Red Mar Mac Ruby 24Y (Red Cockburn Ribeye 346U calf by Red Lazy MC CC Detour 2W) Mar Mac Farms (5 in class) Mature Cow/Calf Class 1) MFI Trojan Erica (N Bar Emulation EXT calf by BC Eagle Eye 110-7)TSN Livestock, Brandon, MB 2)N7's Blk Woodlady 2T (TC Stout 407 calf by Tokach Update 9009)N7 Stock Farm, Crandall, MB 3)MAK Bellemere 1W (Dryland Max 527 calf by MVF Siberian 69X)Megan Kemp, Pilot Mound, MB (5 in class) Champion Senior Female Brookmore Aleta 73Y Reserve Champion Senior Female MFI Trojan Erica 146T Grand Champion Female Brookmore Aleta 73Y Reserve Champion Female TVA Lady Di 33Z Bull Calf Class - Split 1 1) N7's Hound Dog 42A (N7's Elvis 9Y) N7 Stock Farm, Crandall, MB 2) Edie Creek Eureka 75A (BBAR Eureka 9466) Edie Creek Angus, Dugald, MB 3) CHL Legacy 34A (TJF Legacy 140Y) Levi Best, Harding, MB (4 in class) Bull Calf Class - Split 2 1) Mar Mac Cornerstone 2A (SAV Final Answer 0035) Mar Mac Farms, Brandon, MB 2) Edie Creek Worthy 6A (OCC Worthy Man 967W) Edie Creek Angus, Dugald, MB 3)AW Consensus 9A (Connealy Consensus 7229) AW Angus, Gainsborough, SK (4 in class) Bull Calf Class - Split 3 1) RamRod No Fear 302A (RamRod No Fear 921W) Ram Rod Cattle Co, Medora, MB 2) HBH Anchor 303A (TC Aberdeen 759) HBH Farms, Rivers, MB 3) ARY Akon 3A (TC Aberdeen 759) Airey Cattle Co, Rivers, MB (5 in class) Champion Bull Calf RamRod No Fear 302A Reserve Champion Bull Calf N7's Hound Dog 42A Yearling Bull Class 1) Red Mar Mac Initiative 31Z (Red Cockburn Ribeye 346U) Mar Mac Farms, Brandon, MB 2) RamRod Provider 214Z (SAV Providence 6922) Ram Rod Cattle Co, Medora, MB 3) TJF 20X Ambush 14Z (TJF Ambush 20X) HBH, Rivers, MB; Airey Cattle Co, Rivers, MB & Triple J Farms, Whitewood, SK Champion Junior Bull Red Mar Mac Initiative 31Z

Reserve Champion Junior Bull RamRod Provider 214Z Two Year Old Bull Class 1)N7's Elvis 9Y (Sitz Upward 307R) N7 Stock Farm, Crandall, MB Grand Champion Bull N7's Elvis 9Y Reserve Champion Bull RamRod No Fear 302A Commercial Heifer Calf Class 1) TSN 20A, TSN Livestock, Brandon, MB 2) Splash, Megan Kemp, Pilot Mound, MB Commercial Yearling Heifer Class 1) Ami, Sunset Ridge Red Angus, Manitou, MB 2) Ms. Zomboni, Levi Best, Harding, MB 3)Foxy, Raina Syrnyk, Ethelbert, MB Commercial Cow/Calf Class 1) TSN Lucy 9T, TSN Livestock, Brandon, MB 2) Black Angus cow 329, Judy Hart Grand Champion Commercial Angus Female TSN Stock Farm Reserve Champion Commercial Angus Female Judy Hart ____________________________ Manitoba Junior Angus Summer Show 2013 Judge: Melissa McRae Heifer Calf Class 1)CZH Rosebud 2A (TVA Networth 8Y) Naomi Best, Harding, MB 2)N7's Blkwood Lady 45A (Sitz Upward 307R) Lane Nykoliation, Crandall, MB 3) AW Queen Ruth 5A (S Grid Maker 0258) Traci Henderson, Gainsborough, SK 4) MAK Bellemere 1A (MVF Siberian 69X) Megan Kemp, Pilot Mound, MB Yearling Heifer Class - Split 1 1)CHL Rosebud 10Z (Cranberry Creek Fame 919W) Naomi Best, Harding, MB 2) N7's Blackbird 191Z (N7's Outlook 26X) Ty Nykoliation, Crandall, MB 3) TVA Lady Di 33Z (Sitz Upward 307R) Taron Topham, Grandview, MB 4) Red Anderson Tibbie 6Z (Red Anderson Mr. Beef 06W) Rachel Howatt, Manitou, MB 5)TVA Queenette 63Z (Topview Net Worth 36U) Kendra Topham, Grandview, MB Yearling Heifer Class 1) Northern View Zara Lisa 92Z (TGA Blackman 8311U)Terinda Holopina, Rivers, MB 2) Mar Mac Countess 70Z (Mar Mac Blackberry 155X) Nikoda Holopina, Rivers, MB 3) DMM Blackbird 8Z (DMM Dynasty 03G) Raina Syrnyk, Ethelbert, MB 4)Red Double MM Bayberry 1Z (Red Lazy MC CC Detour 2W) Laura Horner, Minnedosa, MB 5) Greenbush Georgina 39Z (S Chisum 6175) Cora Baker, Neepawa, MB Two Year Old Cow/Calf Class 1) DJCC Rosebud 4Y (SCC Heritage 92W calf by TVA Networth 8Y) Naomi Best, Harding, MB Grand Champion Female DJCC Rosebud 4Y Reserve Champion Female Northern View Zara Lisa 92Z

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WCABP updates Breeding Soundness Evaluations A number of articles have appeared recently in industry publications concerning updates to the Breeding Soundness Evaluation guidelines adopted by the Western Canadian Association of Bovine Practitioners (WCABP). These updates include some increases in suggested minimum and average scrotal circumference for Angus which now closely match the Breeding Bull Guidelines published in the Canadian Angus Association’s Member Handbook. Included on the WCABP forms is clarification regarding the "Decision Deferred" check box addressing expectations for young bulls: "About 45, 60 and 75% are expected to pass at 12, 13 and 14 months of age respectively. Testing at under 12 months of age is not recommended." The Information for Producers section on the revised evaluation reads: “In yearlings, scrotal circumference increases at about 1.5, 1.1, 0.8 and 0.4 cm from 11-12, 12-13, 13-14, 14-15 months of age, respectively.” Valuable information to keep in mind when scheduling tests or retests on younger yearling bulls. The WCABP website states scrotal circumference averages and minimums were updated after obtaining data from the years 2006 to 2011 from veterinary practitioners across Canada.

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Alberta Junior Angus Show

Commercial Division Heifer Calf Class 1) Prime Time’s Libby, Kyla Kelly 2) RSCC Do You Wanna, Dakota Townsend 3) Juniper, Justin Douglas Bull/Steer Calf Class 1) Si, Kailey Brandl Yearling Heifer Class 1) Jedda, Jed Curtis 2) Dell, Ben Curtis 3) Abby, Emily Puch 4) Skeeter, Anna Harapchuk Cow/Calf Class 1)RSCC Chillita, Dakota Townsend 2) Dixie, Bailey Dietrich 3) Judy, Justin Douglas Grand Champion Prime Time’s Libby - Kyla Kelly Reserve Champion Jedda - Jed Douglas Open Division __________________________ Heifer Calf Class 1) DMM TR Lady Essence, Jaelayne Wilson 2) Corner Coulee Randi 01A, Candace Fankhanel Bull Calf Class 1) Red BMB Kobo 502A, Janessa Brewin 2) Lorenz Wildside 44A, Chad Lorenz Yearling Heifer Class 1) Red TNF Miss Molly 20Z, Justin Douglas 2) GGRR Sapphire 3Z, Katelyn Dietrich 3) Lorenz Caroline 1Z, Grady Conway 4) Douglas Pride 2Z, Kayleen Douglas 5) Lorenz Blackcap 12Z, Chad Lorenz Cow/Calf Class 1) DMM Blackcap Essence 7Y, Jaelayne Wilson 2) Red Lauron Genie 35Y, omas Wildman 3) Red Cinder Biebird 18X, Janessa Brewin4) Lorenz Fairlass 8X, Chad Lorenz Grand Champion DMM Blackcap Essence 7Y - Jaelayne Wilson Reserve Champion Red TNF Miss Molly 20Z - Justin Douglas Tiny Mite Division ______________________ 1) Remitall F Ellen 125Z, Louis Latimer 2) Red Ter-Ron Alice 55A, Kacey Adams 3) Red Cinder Rosette 117Z, Tavi-Anne Yoder 4) Si, Landon Brandl

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Pee Wee Division ________________________ Heifer Calf Class 1) Red Towaw Genie 401A, Reese Wildman 2) Littel Valley Envious Pride 327, Wyatt Bradford 3) Red TNF Covergirl 49A, Jesse Tufty 4) Allencroft R Beauty 01 1A, Justin Leeson Bull/Steer Class 1) Steeve, Wynton Brandl Yearling Heifer Class 1) Remitall F Nellie Pride 76Z, Lauren Latimer 2) Red Cinder Heather 201Z, Brynne Yoder 3) LVA Emulous Blackbird 230, Will Bradford 4) Towaw ARG Primavera 4Z, Ryder Wildman 5) SLC Rose 5Z, Avary Hickman 6) Red Redrich Satin 216Z, Lexi Dietrich Grand Champion Remitall F Nellie Pride 76Z - Lauren Latimer Reserve Champion Red Cinder Heather 201Z - Brynne Yoder

Owned Division ________________________ Heifer Calf Class 1) Lone Star Miss Emulous 140A, Dakota Townsend Bull Calf Class 1) Cudlobe Upward 16A, Kaitlynn Bolduc Junior Yearling Heifer Class 1) Red Ter-Ron Duchess 83Z, Keely Adams 2) Geis Lass 85’12, Brooke Bablitz 3)Towaw ARG Primavera 4Z, omas Wildman 4) Red Ter-Ron Rebecca 73Z, Bryce Bablitz 5) Red SY Ziva 27Z, Becky Domolewski 6) Primetime CEC Middlebrook 205Z, Nicki Ross 7) Pride of Peak Dot 74Z, Connor Douglas Intermediate Yearling Heifer Class 1) Red K Adams Zaria 091Z, Halley Adams 2) Red Lauron Dalmistu 24Z, Travis Hunter3) Red Redrich Alice 76Z, Ty Dietrich 4) Bandura Miss Carol 80Z, Cayley Peltzer 5) Red Dwajo Superior 39Z, Janessa Brewin 6) Belvin Jenny 98’12, Kailey Brandl 7) Dwajo Matilta 20Z, Jesse Emery Senior Yearling Heifer Class 1) Lorenz Caroline 1Z, Chad Lorenz 2) Cudlobe Beauty Lass 38Z, Kaitlynn Bolduc 3) Red BMB Biebird 17Z, Janessa Brewin4) Red C.D. Fir Fly 21Z, Lauren Machacek 5) Allencroft Lucille 04 258Z, Riley Leeson 6) Allencroft Missie 03 277Z, Emily Puch

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Cow/Calf Class 1) Red Ter-Ron Alice 31Y, Keely Adams 2) Red Lazy MC Lady 17Y, Laurie Morasch 3) Red Redrich Cherokee 147W, Bailey Dietrich 4) Lone Star Miss Emulous 3Y, Dakota Townsend 5) Red C.D. Guinevere 21’08, Stacey Domolewski 6) Cudlobe Enchantress 36Y, Kaitlynn Bolduc 7) Red Redrich Candy 98X, Ty Dietrich 8) Country Lane Lena 1Y, Connor Douglas Grand Champion Red Ter-Ron Alice 31Y - Keely Adams Reserve Champion Red Lazy MC Lady 17Y Bred & Owned Division __________________ Heifer Calf Class 1) Red Ter-Ron Alice 55A, Keely Adams 2) Douglas Lena 1A, Connor Douglas 3) Allencroft R Beauty 01 1A, Riley Leeson Bull Calf Class 1) Red Lazy MC Rope Burn 104A, Laurie Morasch 2)Red Redrich Honest Abe 98A, Ty Dietrich 3) Cudlobe Total Focus 9A, Kaitlynn Bolduc 4) Red C.D. Cruse 104A, Stacey Domolewski 5) Dwajo JES Anchorman 11A, Jesse Emery Yearling Heifer Class 1) BCC Miss Hottie 31Z, Kailey Brandl 2) EMP Leap of Faith 4Z, Emily Puch Cow/Calf Class 1) DMM Miss Essence 14Y, Jaelayne Wilson 2) Cudlobe Mistress 1Y, Kaitlynn Bolduc 3) Dwajo JES Erica 135Y, Jesse Emery Grand Champion DMM Miss Essence 14Y - Jaelayne Wilson Reserve Champion Cudlobe Mistress 1Y - Kaitlynn Bolduc Supreme Grand Champion DMM Miss Essence 14Y - Jaelayne Wilson Supreme Reserve Champion Red Ter-Ron Alice 31Y - Keely Adams Showmanship __________________________ Champion Pee Wee - Justin Leeson Reserve Champion Pee Wee - Lexi Dietrich Champion Junior - Hailey Adams Reserve Champion Junior - Keely Adams Champion Senior - Dakota Townsend Reserve Champion Senior - Jaelayne Wilson Honoured Guest Dennis & Shelly Ericson Hustle of the Herd Courtney (Congdon) Stamm Allan Benke Spirit of Youth Ryan Hunter Toner Memorial Award Kaitlynn Bolduc Premier Exhibitor Kaitlynn Bolduc


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Bulkley Valley BC Gold Show

Judge: Bruce Rolph Heifer Calf Class - Split 1 1) Harvest Blackbird Lisa 5A (EXAR Lutton 1831) Harvest Angus, Prince George, BC) 2) Marberly Black Velvet 4A (Marberly Wise Guy 10W) Marberly Angus, Houston, BC 3) Red North 40 ZP Elsie 307A (Red SSS Oly 17Y) North 40 Red Angus, Vanderhoof, BC (5 in class) Heifer Calf Class - Split 2 1) Harvest Blackbird Jo Jo 13A (Leachman Suagahatchee 3000C) Harvest Angus, Prince George, BC 2) Red Nine Mile Mattie 533A (Red RMJ Redman 1T) Nine Mile Ranch, Quesnel, BC 3) PM Echo 14’13 (HF underbird 146Y)Poplar Meadows Angus, Houston, BC (5 in class) Heifer Calf Champion Harvest Blackbird Lisa 5A Heifer Calf Reserve Champion Marberly Black Velvet 4A Yearling Heifer Class 1) Harvest Nancy 9Z (BC 7022 Raven 7965)Harvest Angus, Prince George, BC 2) Red Moon Lady 20Z (Red U-2-Factor 387X) Red Moon Angus, Vanderhoof, BC 3) Harvest Minu Ruby 2Z (Peak Dot Resolute 37W) Harvest Angus, Prince George, BC (5 in class) Junior Champion Female Harvest Blackbird Lisa 5A Reserve Junior Champion Harvest Nancy 9Z Two Year Old Cow/Calf Class 1) Harvest R Blackbird 3Y (BC 7022 Raven 7965) Harvest Angus, Prince George, BC 2) Red Moon Countess 43Y (Red Northline Dillinger 17W) Red

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Moon Angus, Vanderhoof, BC 3)Marberly Duchess 9Y (SAV 004 Density 4336) Marberly Angus, Houston, BC (4 in class) Mature Cow/Calf Class 1) Marberly Miss Mayflower 15X (SAV 004 Density 4336) Marberly Angus, Houston, BC 2) Poplar Meadows Blossom 5’10 (HF Tiger 5T) Poplar Meadows Angus, Houston, BC 3) Red Moon Tess 31W (Red Northline Crush 59R) ATC Angus, Smithers, BC (5 in class) Champion Senior Female Harvest R Blackbird 3Y Reserve Champion Senior Female Marberly Miss Mayflower 15X Grand Champion Female Harvest R Blackbird 3Y Reserve Champion Female Harvest Blackbird Lisa 5A Bull Calf Class - Split 1 1) Red Moon Activator 21A (Red U-2 X-Factor 387X) Red Moon Angus, Vanderhoof, BC 2) Harvest Stingray 2A (GVC Settler 004X) Harvest Angus, Prince George, BC 3) Red North Oly’s Midas 55A (Red SSS Oly 17Y) North 40 Red Angus, Vanderhoof, BC (5 in class) Bull Calf Class - Split 2 1) Quick Haven The Champ 14A (Kueber Paparazzi 20X) Quick Haven Angus, Telkwa, BC 2) PM Reality Check 28’13 (HF underbird 146Y) Poplar Meadows Angus, Houston, BC 3) Nine Mile Argentina 62A (Belvin Tres Marias Patron 205) Nine Mile Ranch, Quesnel, BC (5 in class) Champion Bull Calf Red Moon Activator 21A

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Reserve Champion Bull Calf Harvest Stingray 2A Yearling Bull Class 1) Red C-Jay 712S Rough Rider 1Z (Red Bieber Rough Rider 10712) C-Jay Ranch, Houston, BC Champion Junior Bull Red Moon Activator 21A Reserve Champion Junior Bull Harvest Stingray 2A Mature Bull Class 1) HF Thunderbird 146Y (HF Tiger 5T) Poplar Meadows Angus, Houston, BC2)Red SSS Oly 17Y (Red SSS Oly 554Y) North 40 Red Angus, Vanderhoof, BC Grand Champion Bull HF Thunderbird 146Y Reserve Champion Bull Red Moon Activator 21A Breeder’s Herd 1) Red Moon Angus, Vanderhoof, BC 2) Poplar Meadows Angus, Houston, BC 3) North 40 Red Angus, Vanderhoof, BC 4) Quick Have Angus, Telkwa, BC 5) Marberly Angus, Houston, BC Get of Sire 1) Poplar Meadows Angus, Houston, BC 2) North 40 Red Angus, Vanderhoof, BC 3) Red Moon Angus, Vanderhoof, BC Progeny of Dam 1) Quick Have Angus, Telkwa, BC Premier Breeder Harvest Angus, Prince George, BC Premier Exhibitor Harvest Angus, Prince George, BC


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Interior Provincial Exhibition Angus Show Results - Armstrong, BC Mature Cow/Calf Class 1) Popular Meadows Blossom 5'10 (HF Tiger 5T) Tanya Belsham, Houston, BC 2) Prime Time 393 N Pride 964 (Just-Rock Solid 621P) Harvest Angus, Prince George, BC 3) Lorenz Fair Lass 8X (Remitall Stockade 579S) Lorenz Angus, Markerville, AB Two Year Old Cow/Calf Class 1) Summit Angus Eline 80Y (Blacktof Eric 15S) Sealin Creek Ranch, Monte Lake, BC 2) Lone Star Miss Emulous 3Y (Lone Star Willy 4W) Lone Star Angus, Sylvan Lake, AB 3) Harvest R Blackbird 3Y (BC 7022 Raven 7965) Harvest Angus, Prince George, BC Champion Senior Female Popular Meadows Blossom 5'10 Reserve Champion Senior Female Summit Angus Eline 80Y Yearling Heifer Class - Split 1 1) Red Ter-Ron Rebecca 73Z (Red Lazy MC Kingman 16W) Rainbow Red Angus, Cherhill, AB 2) Geis Lass 85 12 (KG Smart One 9116) Rainbow Red Angus, Cherhill, AB 3) Prime Time Cec 1044 L Tinge 212Z (Southland Hollywood 75X) Cutting Edge Cattle, Buffalo Creek, BC (6 in class) Yearling Heifer Class - Split 2 1) Harvest Nancy 9Z (BC 7022 Raven 7965) Harvest Angus, Prince George, BC 2) Lorenz Caroline 1Z (FV Pioneer 83X) Lorenz Angus, Markerville, AB 3) Poplar Meadows Lady Blossom 42 (Connealy Consensus 7229) Tanya Belsham, Houston, BC (6 in class)

Champion Junior Female Red Ter-Ron Rebecca 73Z Reserve Champion Junior Female Harvest Nancy 9Z Senior Heifer Calf Class 1) Harvest Blackbird JoJo 13A (Leachman Saugahatchee 3000C) Harvest Angus, Prince George, BC 2) PM Black Lady 4'13 (Soo Line Motive 9016) Tanya Belsham, Houston, BC 3) Red Mountain Ash Darline 1A (Red Nine Mile Xample) Diane Fletcher, Quesnel, BC (6 in class) Junior Heifer Calf Class 1) Harvest Pride 19A (HF Hemi 151T) Harvest Angus, Prince George, BC 2) Red Nine Mile Mattie 533A (Red RMJ Redman 1T) Nine Mile Ranch, Quesnel, BC 3) PM Echo 14’13 (HF underbird 146Y) Tanya Belsham, Houston, BC (8 in class) Champion Heifer Calf Harvest Blackbird JoJo 13A Reserve Champion Heifer Calf Harvest Pride 19A Grand Champion Female Popular Meadows Blossom 5'10 Reserve Champion Female Summit Angus Eline 80Y Senior Bull Calf Class 1) Harvest Astronaut 11A (HF Hemi 151T) Harvest Angus, Prince George, BC2)Harvest Stingray 2A (GVC Settler 004X) Harvest Angus, Prince George, BC 3) Sealin Creek Tradition 5A (Section One Triton 68Y) Sealin Creek Ranch, Monte Lake, BC (6 in class)

Grand Champion Female Poplar Meadows Blossom 5’10

Grand Champion Bull Red T-K ReCoil 72Y

Reserve Champion Female Summit Angus Eline 80Y

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Junior Bull Calf Class 1) Red Nine Mile Redman 530A (Red RMJ Redman 1T) Nine Mile Ranch, Quesnel, BC 2) PM Thunderstruck 22’13 (HF underbird 146Y)Tanya Belsham, Houston, BC 3)Nine Mile Argentina 62A (Belvin Tres Maria Patron 205) Nine Mile Ranch, Quesnel, BC (4 in class) Two Year Old Bull Class 1) Red T-K ReCoil 72Y (Red Bar E-L Warden 144W) Rainbow Red Angus, Cherhill, BC 2) HF Thunderbird 146Y (HF Tiger 5T) Tanya Belsham, Houston, BC Grand Champion Bull Red T-K ReCoil 72Y Reserve Champion Bull HF Thunderbird 146Y

Supreme Champion Bull of the Show Red T-K ReCoil 72Y


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Central Ontario 43rd Preview Show

Judge: Dwight Koyle, Iona Station, ON Bull Calf Class - Split 1 1) GF Riding Shotgun 282A (MCATL Pure Product 903-55) Brad Gilchrist, Lucknow, ON 2) Kemp Brothers Dam Right 36A (Hoover Dam) Kemp Brothers, Blackstock, ON 3) Kemp Brothers Style 37A (Silveiras Style 9303) Kemp Brothers, Blackstock, ON (10 in class) Bull Calf Class - Split 2 1) Kemp Brothers All The Way 8A (MCATL Pure Product 903-55) Kemp Brother, Blackstock, ON 2) Whiskey Lane Aladin 4A (MCATL Pure Product 903-55)Whiskey Lane Livestock, Indian River, ON 3) Whiskey Lane Almighty 6A (MCATL Pure Product 903-55) Whiskey Lane Livestock, Indian River, ON (9 in class) Champion Bull Calf Kemp Brothers All The Way 8A Reserve Champion Bull Calf Whiskey Lane Aladin 4A Junior Yearling Bull Class 1) PVF Outtasight 2121 (PVF Insight 0129) Outtasight Group Milverton, ON Senior Yearling Bull Class 1) Timber Trail Edgar 3Z (Just Enuff New Edition Edgar) Timber Trail Angus, Richmond, ON 2) Brantnor Regal 10Z (Gambles Hot Rod) Brantnor Angus, Woodville, ON 3) C&C McElroy 2009 EXAR (Dameron First Class) Enright Farms, Renfrew, ON (9 in class) Champion Junior Bull Timber Trail Edgar 3Z Reserve Champion Junior Bull Brantnor Regal 10Z Senior Bull Class 1) City Lights Showtime 101Y (HF Tiger 5T) Walkerbrae Farms, Guelph, ON 2) SCC Baloo 60Y (Geis Baloo 13’08) William Jackson, Caledon East, ON 3) Tullamore 104 Freedom 130Y (TC Freedom 104) William Jackson, Caledon East, ON Champion Senior Bull City Lights Showtime 101Y Reserve Champion Senior Bull SCC Baloo 60Y Grand Champion Bull Kemps Brothers All The Way 8A Reserve Champion Bull City Lights Showtime 10Y

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Heifer Calf Class - Split 1 1) Brantnor Daisy 18A (Brantnor Predominant 10W) Brantnor Angus, Woodville, ON 2) GF Evening Tinge 204A (N Bar Emulation EXT) Brad Gilchrist, Lucknow, ON 3) Vos Vegas Queen of Hearts 30A (Dameron First Impression) Peter & Andy Vos, Corbyville, ON (8 in class) Heifer Calf Class - Split 2 1)Whiskey Lane Barbara 13A (MCATL Pure Product 903-55)Whiskey Lane Livestock, Indian River, ON 2) GF Barabara 6A (Connealy Final Product) Brad Gilchrist, Lucknow, ON 3)Worth-Mor Shakura 3A (SAV Providence 6922) Worth-Mor Cattle, Campbellford, ON (9 in class) Heifer Calf Class - Split 3 1) Brantnor Flora 6A (DAJS Shockwave 612) Brantnor Angus, Woodville, ON 2) Whiskey Lane Venesa 5A (MCATL Pure Product 903-55) Whiskey Lane Livestock, Indian River, ON 3) Red Patchell Arizona 2A (Red Ter-Ron Fully Loaded 540R)Patchell Livestock, Hanover, ON (10 in class) Heifer Calf Class - Split 4 1) EF Blackbird 3A (Dameron First Impression) Enright Farms, Renfrew, ON 2) Brantnor Annie 1A (Brantnor Predominant 10W) Brantnor Angus, Woodville, On 3) Hammell 695S Ramona 4A (Will Role Model) Steve & Amanda Hammell, Dobbinton, ON (8 in class) Champion Heifer Calf Brantnor Flora 6A Reserve Champion Heifer Calf Whiskey Lane Barbara 13A Junior Yearling Heifer Class 1) Champion Hill Georgina 8229 (SAV Bismarck 5682) Enright Farms, Renfrew, ON 2) Maple Line Rosebud 74Z (JL Objective 9059) William Jackson, Caledon East, ON 3) South Shore’s Miss Daisy 8Z (Brantnor’s Freedom 15U) Reidholm Angus, Moorefield, ON (11 in class) Senior Yearling Heifer Class - Split 1 1) Brantnor’s Xceptional 17Z (Brantnor Predominant 10W) Brantnor Angus, Woodville, ON 2) Harprey Birdie 41Z (Harprey Free Ride 16X) Harprey Farms, Proton Station, ON 3)Timber Trail Blackbird 19Z (Bellstar Blackhawk 1X) Worth-Mor Cattle, Campbellford, ON (9 in class) Senior Yearling Heifer Class - Split 2 1) Harprey Mayflower 33Z (Peak Dot Resolute 37W) Harprey Farms, Proton Station, ON 2) Vos Vegas Dixie Erica 5Z (Justamere 406S Panamajack 336U)

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Camilla Bell 202 (Connealy Final Product) Peter Frijters, Brunner, ON (9 in class) Senior Yearling Heifer Class - Split 3 1) EXAR Lass 2246 (Connealy Right Answer 746) Enright Farms, Renfrew, ON 2) Brockhill Persephone 3Z (Connealy Impression) Eric Rincker, Sunderland, ON 3) HF Erica 50Z (HF Tiger 5T) Walkerbrae Farms, Guelph, ON (9 in class) Senior Yearling Heifer Class - Split 4 1) Hammell 879S Kim 4Z (SAV Bismarck 5682) Steve & Amnada Hammell, Dobbinton, ON 2) Kemp Bro’s Ms Zara 5Z (SAV Net Worth 4200) Kemp Brothers, Blackstock, ON 3) Cedarview Errolline 2Z (Rito 9FB3 of 5H11 Fullback) Tyler Fulton, Pakenham, ON (8 in class) Senior Yearling Heifer Class - Split 6 1) Cedarhill Rumour Has It 102Z (BC Eagle Eye 110-7) Hill’s Angus, Rockwood, ON 2) Upper Glen Pride 1Z (PVF Windfall SCC 9005) Melmac Angus, Melbourne, ON 3) Harprey Barbara McHenry 2Z (Southland Free Ride 68R) Harprey Angus, Proton Station, ON (6 in class) Champion Junior Female Cedarhill Rumour Has It 102Z Reserve Champion Junior Female Champion Hill Georgina 8229 Two Year Old Cow/Calf Class 1) WMC Shakura 4Y (Duff New Attraction 6110) Worth-Mor Cattle, Campbellford, ON2) Soo Line Annie K 1094 (Cudlobe Yellowstone 80M) Enright Farms, Renfrew, ON 3 Kemp Bro’s Ms Blackcap Judy 12Y (Duff New Atraction 6110) Kemp Brothers, Blackstock, ON (6 in class) Mature Cow/Calf Class 1) GF Ultimate Net Worth 1U (SAV Net Worth 4200) Brad Gilchrist, Lucknow, ON 2) Tambri Blackbird 8W (Ankonian Werner Wild Fire 96) Brian & Tammi Ribey, Paisley, ON 3) Soo Line Pride 0404 (SAV Iron Man 8195) Gold-Bar Livestock, Victoria Harbour, ON (6 in class) Champion Senior Female WMC Shakura 4Y Reserve Champion Senior Female Soo Line Annie K 1094 Grand Champion Female WMC Shakura 4Y Reserve Champion Female Soo Line Annie K 1094 Supreme Champion Angus WMC Shakura 4Y


Premier Breeder - Premier Exhibitor Brantnor Angus, Woodville, ON

Champion Heifer Calf Brantnor Flora 6A

Champion Junior Bull Timber Trail Edgar 3Z

Champion Junior Female Cedarhill Rumour Has It 102Z

Reserve Heifer Calf Whiskey Lane Barbara 13A

Reserve Junior Bull Brantnor Regal 10Z Grand Champions were recipients of the Vos Vegas Jackpot of $2,500 each.

Grand Champion Female WMC Shaura 4Y

Grand Champion Bull Kemp Brothers All The Way 8A

Reserve Champion Female Soo Line Annie K 1094

Reserve Champion Bull City Lights Show

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Quebec Gold Show - Brome,QC

Grand Champion Female - Grand Champion Bull JD Farms, West Bolton, QC Judge: Allan Hargrave, Proton Station, ON Bull Calf Class Champion Senior Bull 1) Vaupre Arturo 1A (MVF VRD Dateline 913P) Les Sane 129U Dakota 326Y Entreprises Vaupre Inc, Farnham, QC 2) Sane 122T Reserve Champion Senior Bull Upgrade 128A (Styles Upgrade J59) Service Animal Young Game Day Dynamic Ang 5Y Noiseux Enr, St Paul d’Abbotsford, QC 3) Sane 205W Grand Champion Bull Upgrade 202A (Styles Upgrade J59) Service Animal JD Zippy 1Z Noiseux Enr, St Paul d’Abbotsford, QC (10 in class) Reserve Champion Bull Senior Yearling Bull Class - Split 1 Sane 129U Dakota 326Y 1) JD Zippy 1Z (SAV Prosperity 9131) JD Farms, Heifer Calf Class West Bolton, QC 2) Zack Attack Chisum Dynamic 1) Sane UPG Blackbird 114A (Styles Upgrade J59) 7Z (S Chisum 6175) Raynald Noiseux, Marieville, Service Animal Noiseux Enr, St Paul d’Abbotsford, QC 3) Vaupre Zack 1Z (MVF VRD Dateline 913P) QC 2) JD Tibbie 6A (BC Eagle Eye 110-7) JD Farms, Les Entreprises Vaupre Inc, Farnham, QC (4 in class) West Bolton, QC 3) Silver Springs Rita FS 121A Champion Junior Bull (Triara Xcelorator 571X) Pierre Somers, West Bolton, JD Zippy 1Z QC (9 in class) Reserve Champion Junior Bull Junior Yearling Heifer Class Zack Attack Chisum Dynamic 7Z 1) Sane 219X Pride 410Z (Sane 24M Admiral 219X) Two Year Bull Class Service Animal Noiseux Enr, St Paul d’Abbotsford, 1) Sane 129U Dakota 326Y (Lemar Dakota Gold 18T) QC 2) Sane 219X Barbie 504Z (Sane 24M Admiral Service Animal Noiseux Enr, St Paul d’Abbotsford, QC 219X) Service Animal Noiseux Enr, St Paul 2) Young Game Day Dynamic Ang 5Y (GDAR Game d’Abbotsford, QC Day 449) Raymald Noiseux, Marieville, QC

Senior Yearling Heifer Class 1)Wil-Dorr 404P ET Lady 2Z (SAV Bismarck 5682) Raynald Noiseux, Marieville, QC 2) JD Tibbie 5Z (SAV 004 Density 4336) JD Farms, West Bolton, QC 3) Sane 216W Lady Wren 318Z (Sane 125N Net Worth 216W) Service Animal Noiseux Enr, St Paul d’Abbotsford, QC (8 in class) Champion Junior Female Wil-Dorr 404P ET Lady 2Z Reserve Champion Junior Female Sane 219X Pride 410Z Two Year Old Cow/Calf Class 1) Triara Rita 666Y (SAV Bismarck 5682) Pierre Somers, West Bolton, QC 2) JD Jestress 1Y (BC 7022 Raven 7965) JD Farms, West Bolton, QC 3) Sane Chisum Blackbird 106Y (S Chisum 6175) Service Animal Noiseux Enr, St Paul d’Abbotsford, QC (5 in class) Mature Cow/Calf Class 1) JD CH Georgina 8W (SAV Mandan 5664) JD Farms, West Bolton, QC 2)Sane 878 Jilt 122T (Bon View New Design 878) Service Animal Noiseux Enr, St Paul d’Abbotsford, QC 3) Chico Bellemere 5W (MVF Net Worth 113T) Raymald Noiseux, Marieville, QC (4 in class) Champion Senior Female JD CH Georgina 8W Reserve Champion Senior Female Sane 878 Jilt 122T Grand Champion Female JD CH Georgina 8W Reserve Champion Female Sane 878 Jilt 122T Premier Breeder & Premier Exhibitor Service Animal Noiseux Enr, St Paul d’Abbotsford, QC Inter-Breed Supreme Champion JD Zippy 1Z

Six Mile Ranch Announces Marketing Coordinator Six Mile Ranch Ltd. is proud to announce the recent hiring of Sebastien Stewart as our Marketing Coordinator. Sebastien is a former Red Angus breeder with extensive knowledge of Angus cattle. He has been doing some consulting for us over the past couple years and we are glad to have him join the Six Mile team permanently. As our Marketing and Public Relations Coordinator, Sebastien will focus on promoting Six Mile Programming and Genetics.

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He will also be spending time in customer relations, ensuring that we are doing our best at Six Mile to serve our customers. You will see Sebastien representing Six Mile at various industry events and out sourcing new genetics to advance our herd as well. As owners and operators at Six Mile, we believe Sebastien will be a great addition to our already strong team of Daryl Leppa - Show/ Sale Cattle Manager, Walter Wall Ranch Foreman and Rae Tutor - Office Manager.


Blue Water Angus Show - Ontario Point Show

Judge: Mr Bernard Leahy, Lakefield, ON Orangeville Fair, September 1, 2013 Bull Calf Class 1)Harprey Bandit 10A (SAV Final Answer) Harprey Farms, Proton Station, ON 2) Harprey Final Drive 28A (JPD Final Answer 2X) Harprey Farms, Proton Station, ON 3) Brantnor’s Lucky Strike (Brantnor Predominant 10W) Ron & Linda Bryant, Woodville, ON (7 in class) Yearling Bull Class 1) Red BBP Solo Cup 6Z (Red Ter-Ron Fully Loaded 540R) Patchell Livestock, Hanover, ON 2) Brantnor Regal 10Z (Gambles Hot Rod) Ron & Linda Bryant, Woodville, ON 3) Bellstar Stanley Cup 1Z (HF Tiger 5T)Scott MacDonald, Puslinch, ON(4 in class) Two Year Old Bull Class 1)Tullamore 104 Freedom 130Y (TC Freedom 104) Bill Jackson, Caledon, ON 2) LLB 293W Gridlock 446Y (LLB Gridlock 293W) French River Cattle Co, Noelville, ON Grand Champion Bull Red BBP Solo Cup 6Z Reserve Champion Bull Brantnor Regal 10Z Heifer Calf Class - Split 1 1) Brantnor Flora 6A (DAJS Shockwave 612) Ron & Linda Bryant, Woodville, ON 2) Red Patchell Arizona 2A (Red Ter-Ron Fully Loaded 540R) Patchell Livestock, Hanover, ON 3) Locust Grove Marion (SAV Net Worth 4200) Tom & Judy McDonald, Milton, ON (8 in class) Heifer Calf Class - Split 2 1) Brantnor Annie (Brantnor Predominant 10W) Ron & Linda Bryant, Woodville, ON 2) Tambri Tibbie 1A (Ankonian Werner Wild Fire 96) Brian & Tammi Ribey, Paisley, ON 3) Red Patchell Abegail 4A (Red Gold-Bar King V415 107K) Patchell Livestock, Hanover, ON (7 in class) Champion Heifer Calf Brantnor Flora 6A Reserve Champion Heifer Calf Red Patchell Arizona 2A Yearling Heifer Class - Split 1 1) Maple Line Rosebud 74Z (JL Objective 9059) Bill Jackson, Caledon, ON 2) LLB Lavender Lady 500Z (Spruce View Kodiak 33X) Bill Jackson, Caledon, ON 3) Royal Pride 56Z (Soo Line Yellowstone 9286)Tom & Judy McDonald, Milton, ON (5 in class)

Yearling Heifer Class - Split 2 1) LLB Heroine 699Z (Southland Main Street 52W) Bill Jackson, Caledon, ON2)Brantor’s Xceptional 17Z (Brantnor Predominant 10W) Ron & Linda Bryant, Woodville, ON 3) Champion Hill Lucy 8161 (SAV Brave 8320) Gary Harron, Allenford, ON (8 in class) Yearling Heifer Class - Split 3 1) Harprey Mayflower 33Z (Peak Dot Resolute 37W) Harprey Farms, Proton Station, ON 2) Harprey Barbara McHenry 2Z (Southland Free Ride 68R) Harprey Farms, Proton Station, ON 3)Locust Grove Blackbird 7Z (SAV 004 Predominant 4438) Tom & Judy McDonald, Milton, ON (7 in class) Champion Junior Female Harprey Mayflower 33Z Reserve Champion Junior Female LLB Heroine 699Z Two Year Old Cow/Calf Class 1) LLB Classy Lass 388Y (Southland Main Street 52W bull calf by SCC Baloo 60Y)Bill Jackson, Caledon, ON Mature Cow/Calf Class 1) Tambri Blackbird 8W (Ankonian Werner Wild Fire 96 heifer calf by TC Aberdeen 759) Brian & Tammi Ribey, Paisley, ON 2) Brantnor’s Favorite 1X (Gambles Hot Rod bull calf by Brantnor Predominant 10W)Ron & Linda Bryant, Woodville, ON 3) Soo Line Mayflower 9255 (Beverly Hills Centennial 503 heifer calf by Young Dale Grandeur 110W) Bill Jackson, Caledon, ON Champion Senior Female Tambri Blackbird 8W Reserve Champion Senior Female Brantnor’s Favorite 1X Grand Champion Female Harprey Mayflower 33Z Reserve Champion Female Tambri Blackbird 8W Breeder’s Herd 1) Brantnor Angus, Woodville, ON 2) Patchell Livestock, Hanover, ON 3) Harprey Farms, Proton Station, ON 4) Locust Grove Angus, Milton, ON Get of Sire 1) Patchell Livestock, Hanover, ON 2) Brantnor Angus, Woodville, ON Premier Breeder Brantnor Angus, Woodville, ON Premier Exhibitor Tullamore Angus, Caledon, ON

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Grand Champion Female Harprey Mayflower 33Z

Reserve Champion Female Tambri Blackbird 8W

Grand Champion Bull Red BBP Solo Cup 6Z

Reserve Champion Bull Brantnor Regal 10Z

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Canadian Beef Breeds Council

Many purebred cattle producers don’t know that much about the Canadian Beef Breeds Council (CBBC), which is understandable given the fact that there has been more direct interaction with respective breed associations than with producers. CBBC was established in 1994 to act as a unified voice of the purebred cattle industry and promote Canadian purebred beef genetics domestically and internationally. Today, CBBC represents the interest of 18 purebred beef breed Associations as well as several of Canada’s top export companies and major exhibitions. The top priorities of CBBC are government and industry advocacy, market access for live cattle and genetics, and scientific advancement for the beef cattle industry. CBBC representatives have attended events around the

world promoting the integrity of Canadian genetics and why Canada is the best place in the world to do business. CBBC currently represents the interests of the purebred cattle industry at the Canadian Cattlemen Association (CCA), Canadian Cattle Identification Agency (CCIA), Beef Improvement Federation (BIF), Canadian Livestock Genetics Association (CLGA) and Canadian Animal Health Coalition meetings. We work closely with federal and provincial governments and are active in committee and round-table discussions. This advocacy is important for purebred producers for many reasons. Purebred producers are small in number, but as we all know, play a vital role in the beef cattle production system. The genetic base for Canada’s national herd starts with purebred cattle and that perspective needs to be heard or it is easily forgotten. In developing foreign markets for purebred cattle, CBBC does not work alone. It is a combined effort of breeders, exporters, livestock exhibitions (domestic and international), government officials, industry organizations and breed associations. As part of its government advocacy efforts, CBBC has historically been very successful in obtaining financial assistance that is used to support those

involved in creating more value for Canadian genetics. This is an ongoing effort that will continue for the foreseeable future. CBBC is actively working with Livestock Gentec (a division of the University of Alberta) on several initiatives that will ensure the beef cattle industry remains competitive from a scientific and technological perspective with other animal protein industries. This includes identifying key areas of research that are relevant to the purebred industry as well as assisting producers who wish to apply new technologies. Understanding and incorporating Genomic information into everyday management is both a challenge and an opportunity for the beef industry. If managed correctly, it will provide Canada and its producers, with a distinct competitive advantage. If you have questions or comments regarding the activities of CBBC, feel free to contact me at mlatimer@canadianbeefbreeds.com or by phone at 403-730-0350.

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British Columbia Angus Association Message BC Angus Annual General Meeting was well attended with a nice talk from Brian Good from CAA. Elections were held with myself being elected as President and Tanya Belsham elected as Vice-President. I would like to welcome Tanya back to tghe Board of Directors of the BC Angus Association. In closing I would like to acknowledge Lance Savage, who is our Past President. Thank you Lance for your leadership, it will always be appreciated. Good luck to everyone this fall.

Hello from Beautiful British Columbia. It has been a wonderful year to date in BC , here are some of the highlights . . .

July brought about Showdown in Armstron and a very successful show. It was very well attended by Juniors from all across Canada. Allison Speller spearheaded a group of Juniors who put on a first class event. Augsut brought about the Gold Shows in the province. Smithers was the first with a strong showing of Angus cattle. The driving force in Smithers is Judy Meerdinkl, who put together a womderful show that was well attended with great cattle from top to bottom. September long weekend brought about the second Gold Show of the year in Armstrong. The BC Angus Association Annual General Meeting was held in conjunction with this show. Tanya Belsham is the Angus breed representative for the show and her along that committee did a fabulous job putting on a great show.

The Alberta Angus Association once again held their AGM in August during the Alberta Junior Angus Association show in Bashaw. What an excellent opportunity for us all to get together and at the same time have the privilege to preview our fine young Angus members showcasing their livestock and talents. We have an exciting year ahead of us in the Angus industry. The AGM brought forth some new and old faces to the board with many outstanding ideas to work with. Your board members are: Greg Pugh, Carol High, Mat Bolduc, Megan Bond, Carolyn Congdon, Cole Goad, Brody Gardner, Darlene Glessman, Trish Henderson,

Dave Hofstra, Kathy Matejka, Georgina Smith, Courtney Stamm, Jill Wildman, and myself. One of the highlights of the AGM is always the announcement of our hall of famers. This year recognizing Miller Wilson Angus, Ebon Hill Angus, and Trailview Angus, all outstanding breeders who’s dedication to the entire industry make them very deserving of the award. Also acknowledged that evening for their love and dedication to the Angus breed is Redrich Angus as the 2013 Purebred Breeder of the year, and Ken Cox as Honorary President. As I am writing this note the Alberta Angus Gold show results are being tallied. What an excellent showcase of the Angus genetics that our Alberta producers are promoting. On October 8 five very excited Alberta Junior Angus members will be joining 7 others from across Canada to compete in the junior competitions at the World Angus Form in New Zealand. The AAA if proud to support our 5 competitors and wish them all the best. The Southern Alberta Angus Club will hold their 26th Annual Chinook Classic female sale on Wednesday October 23rd at the Taber Agri-Plex. The Northern Club will host the Northern Reflect sale on November 23rd in Camrose. Both sales will offer for sale

outstanding Angus female genetics from across Alberta. Check these sales out either in person or on line for an opportunity to add some positive assets to your herd. This year at Farmfair International in Edmonton, November 6-10, we will host the Angus National Show. This is sure to be an exciting show as it has always been in the past. Look for the AJAA booth displaying their donation heifer from Leonard & Tammy Nay-Tufty. Purchase a ticket and not only do you have a chance to win an excellent heifer, but you make a positive investment in our youth. Looking forward to Wednesday December 11th with the grand opening of Angus Central. Be sure to mark your calendars and partake of these festivities. January 2014 is sure to lead us into an exciting new year in the beef industry and especially for the Angus breeders. The cattle market is positive, optimism is high, and the enthusiasm is overwhelming. Whether you are purebred or a commercial breeder the Angus genetics available are outstanding. As we go forward, this is a fantastic time for all of us to be involved in the industry that we all have a passion for. See you down the road. Doug Domolewski, President - Alberta Angus Association

Judging Panel:Buddy Loane, Ian Drake, Brendon Crane Bull Calf Class 1) JEM Pioneer 12A (SAV Pioneer 7301) Julie Mutch, Vernon Bridge, PE 2) MKHF Black Hawk 134A (Kesslers Front Range 7520) MacKinnon Homestead, Vernon River, PE 3) HMF Kodiak 4A (Bannockburn Valley Kodiak 20Y) Temple Stewart, Hampshire, PE (5 in class)

Heifer Calf Class 1)JEM Erica 9A (SAV Potential 0205) Ernest Mutch, Vernon Bridge, PE 2) Wheatley River Ariel (SAV Bismarck 5682) Kyle Younker, Charlottetown,PE 3) Dusty Breeze Ariat 5A (Dusty Breeze Tim 1X) Nicole Booth, Jolicure, NB (4 in class) Yearling Heifer Class 1)Bannockburn Valley Rose 4Z (JS Kodiak 1T) Boyd

Dixon, Clyde River, PE 2) Bannockburn Valley Trill 9Z (HARB Pendleton 765 JH) Boyd Dixon, Clyde River, PE 3) HMF Pride 4Z (Soo Line Kodiak 9194) Temple Stewart, Hampshire, PE (12 in class) Two Year Old & Calf 1)Wheatley Riverf Yasime (Young Dale Superior 14S) Kyle Younker, Charlottetown,PE

Tom de Waal President - BC Angus Association

Alberta Angus Association Message

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Saskatchewan Angus Association Message

Hello from Saskatchewan Angus Association. After a slow start summer weather finally arrived in Saskatchewan in August, as did a couple of great Angus events. We started off the month with our Summer Gold and Junior Show at the Prince Albert Fair. There was a good turn-out with great quality through-out the show. Thanks to the exhibitors for taking the time to get ready for the summer show, and with the great cooperation in implementing the Angus RFID tags in calves and yearlings – 100% compliance! Down in the opposite corner of the province August 29 and 30 saw 200+ Angus enthusiasts gather in the

Moose Mountain area for the SAA and CRAPS tour. We visited six farms, enjoyed great hospitality and viewed a lot of great cattle – all in some of the hottest weather of the summer. Thanks to our hosts – Bridgeway Livestock, WRAZ Red Angus, Eastondale Angus, T Bar K Ranch, GBT Angus and Johnson Livestock as well as the breeders who brought cattle to display at the various farms. Thanks also goes out to all who took the time to come out for the tour, as well as the various sponsors. Agribition is coming up faster than usual this year with the early dates of November 11-16. We are planning our usual hospitality at the booth, so please stop around for a visit and make sure to stay after the show and enjoy our pizza party. We are looking forward to another great show and again thank the exhibitors for attending as well as the many sponsors and volunteers it takes to put on the show. There are some changes in the commercial barn that you also need to check out with their new ‘Yards’ display concept and with the Bull Pen Alley show moving to Saturday it should make for much better crowd participation. The SAA Annual meeting will once again be held in conjunction with the Saskatchewan Beef Industry

Conference in Saskatoon January 22-24 so mark your calendar and plan to attend. We will be holding elections for the board and are always looking for input from the membership. Don’t miss out on the new Breeder Directory that we are putting together for next spring. You can find the application on our web-site at www.saskatchewanangus.com or in our fall newsletter. The directory will be ready for the Canadian Angus Convention which is being held June 4-7 in Moose Jaw. We are excited to host the event and encourage members to mark their calendars now and plan to be there. More details will be available soon but we can tell you that Moose Jaw is a great little city to visit and the host hotel Temple Gardens Mineral Spa is highly rated with a mineral pool and full service spa. Until next time, I hope that harvest and your fall work goes well and that we’ll see you at the shows and sales. As always if you have any questions or comments for the Association please feel free to contact me, any of the directors or the SAA office. Respectfully submitted, Dale Easton President, Saskatchewan Angus Association

The fall harvest has sure dragged on here in Manitoba but for the most part I think things are starting to get wrapped up. In our part of the province the yields have been fantastic. The early indications are that the calf prices are going to be strong this fall and here’s hoping that they are. Our next event here is the Manitoba Livestock Expo in Brandon, Manitoba with our Angus show on Friday November 1, 2013. Following that on December 7, 2013 also in Brandon at the Keystone Center will be the 25th version of the Keystone Classic Red and Black Angus Sale. This sale is an excellent opportunity to

purchase Red or Black Angus Females to add to your program. With Showdown in Virden, Manitoba next year this will also be a chance to purchase a heifer calf for that great event next year here. Until next time. I hope everybody gets their crops in the bin and you receive top dollar for your calves this fall. See you down the road.

Reserve Grand Champion Bull MKHF Black Hawk 134A Heifer Calf Class - Split 1 1) Wheatley River Ariel (SAV Bismarck 5682) Kyle Younker, Charolottetown, PE 2)Wheatley River Adele (SAV Bismarck 5682) Kyle Younker, Charolottetown, PE 3) JEM Phyllis 20A (SAV Prosperity 9131) Ernest Mutch, Vernon Bridge, PE (5 in class)

HMF Primrose 7A (Allencroft Illini 01 144J) Temple Stewart, Hampshire, PE 3) Mel's Mini Mouse 14A (Peak Dot Iron Mountain 945X) Melanie DeLong, Kingston, NS (5 in class) Yearling Heifer Class - Split 1 1) Miltonvale Missie Cobe 2Z (TC Total 410) Colby MacQuarrie, Winsloe, PE 2)Bannockburn Valley Rose 4Z (JS Kodiak 1T) Boyd Dixon, Clyde River, PE 3)Wilgor 3T Delia 3Z (Soo Line Grizzley 9034) MacKinnon Homestead, Vernon River, PE (7 in class) Yearling Heifer Class - Split 2 1) Wheatley River Coreen (SAV Bismarck 5682) Kyle continued fon next page

Manitoba Angus Association Message

2013 Old Home Week Angus Gold Show

Judge: Rick Johnson, Maidstone, SK Bull Calf Class 1) JEM Pioneer 12A (SAV Pioneer 7301) Julie Mutch, Vernon Bridge, PE 2)MKHF Black Hawk 134A (Kesslers Front Range 7520) MacKinnon Homestead, Vernon River, PE 3) NicNat Exclusively Yours 1A (HF Exclusive 249X) Nic Nat Farms, Amherst, NS (7 in class) Yearling Bull Class 1) Wheatley River Rock Solid (Just-Rock Solid 621P) Glen & Ronnie Ford, Oyster Bed, PE Grand Champion Bull JEM Pioneer 12A

Heifer Calf Class - Split 2 1) Bannockburn Valley Esk 27A (Red HLH Outer Limit 851 4073) Boyd Dixon, Clyde River, PE 2)

Dallas Johnston President, Manitoba Angus Association

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Ontario Angus Association Message

production sales in the province, also there are many Canadian Angus Rancher Endorsed feeder calf sales this fall. Check out the Canadian Angus and Ontario Angus websites for dates on all these sales. The second Gold Show will be held at the Royal on November 3 in Toronto, ON hope lots breeders attend. The Ontario is having a sale December 7 at Orangeville Fairgrounds, there will be an opportunity to WIN AN ANGUS…everybody should buy a ticket from their director or sale consigners. Good luck to all sellers and buyers of Angus this fall, looking forward to seeing you all at the Angus events

Greetings from Ontario. The fall show season is well under way with point show shows from each of the 5 regions in Ontario to declare a show bull and show female of the year at the annual meeting in the Ottawa

Valley region. The first of two gold shows was held September 15 at Brampton Fair, approximately 130 entries at the show. A jackpot sponsored by Vos Vegas Farms for the Champion Bull and Female was presented in memory of Ross Bailey. Kemp Bros of Blackstock, ON winning the $2,500 prize for champion bull Kemp Brothers All the Way 8A, Worth-Mor Cattle Co of Campbellford, ON winning the $2,500 for Champion Female WMC Shakura 4Y. Also at Brampton Fair the Ontario Juniors held their provincial show with 47 juniors exhibiting 56 animals. The juniors competed in conformation, showmanship, photography, graphic design and art with aggregates in junior, intermediate and senior categories. Congratulations to all organizers and exhibitors of both shows, it was a great display of Angus at Brampton Fair. The fall sale season is quickly approaching with many club sales and

This summer was historically productive for feed and lush pastures in Quebec. Everyone has put away ample feed and more, a welcome change in many areas that had drought conditions last year. I am writing this

at the beginning of October and it is 22 degrees today with more sunshine predicted. We have had intermittent showers, spaced perfectly with many days of sunshine to allow for the production of dry hay. The dew is heavy now so most of the hay I have seen in the past week is being wrapped. This is the first time in many years it has been possible to do a third cut. We had a Gold Show at Brome Fair on Labour day weekend, judged by Allan Hargrave, Ontario President (results are in the magazine) and are looking forward to our second Gold Show at Expo Boeuf. An Angus Bull was Supreme Champion at Brome Fair. Our show at Expo Boeuf will be judged by Kirk Stierwalt as he is attending to give a fitting and grooming demonstration to the juniors. I am sure that adults will be dropping in to pick up a few tips too. Our Female Sale was on September 28th and went very well. It was another sunny day and we served a

delicious lunch of Angus burgers. The sale has not been held for several years and it was time to revive it. Many Quebec members consigned some excellent cattle and we also had a group of F1 bred heifers as well as a herd of commercial cows bred to an Angus bull. Commercial producers began showing up 5 hours before the sale to get a look at the cattle. The parking lot was full of cattle trailers brought by committed buyers. The cattle sold well with the top seller going for $25,000 and the F1 heifers were all sold quickly with brisk bidding. Purebred cattle were purchased by several new Angus members as start-up herds. It was a very successful sale. Prices are up for all Angus cattle and with feed in ample supply, it will be a great winter!

continued from previous page Younker, Charlottetown, PE 2) Loyalist View Eileen 2Z (SAV Net Worth 4200) James Worth, Cornwall, PE 3) HMF Pride 4Z (Soo Line Kodiak 9194) Temple Stewart, Hampshire, PE (7 in class) Yearling Heifer Class - Split 3 1)Red Wheatley River Omeron (Red Lazy MC Gridiron 66S) Glen & Ronnie Ford, Oyster Bed, PE 2) HMF Lori 11Z (HMF Stargate 10W) Temple Stewart, Hampshire, PE 3) Cable Head Queen 12Z (JS Kodiak 1T) Richard Palmer, St. Peter's Bay, PE (8 in class) Yearling Heifer Class - Split 4 1)Bannockburn Valley Rose 32Z (JS Kodiak 1T) Boyd Dixon, Clyde River, PE 2) Bannockburn Valley Dolly 38Z (JS Kodiak 1T) Boyd Dixon, Clyde River, PE 3) DMM Blackcap 89Z (Soo Line Kodiak 0126) Nicole Booth, Jolicure, NB (6 in class)

Champion Junior Female Bannockburn Valley Rose 32Z Reserve Champion Junior Female Red Wheatley River Omeron 14Z Two Year Old Cow/Calf Class 1) Bannockburn Valley Esk 44Y (JS Kodiak 1T) Boyd Dixon, Clyde River, PE 2)JEM Classy Lady 15Y (SAV Bismarck 5682) Julie Mutch, Vernon Bridge, PE 3) Locust Grove Blackbird 11Y (MCC Blackout 404) MacKinnon Homestead, Vernon River, PE (6 in class) Mature Cow/Calf Class 1)Primetime's 25K Coreen 601'06 (Prime Time’s Nemo 389’03)Kyle Younker, Charlottetown, PE 2)JEM Erica 12X (SAV Net worth 4200) Ernest Mutch, Vernon Bridge, PE 3)Wheatley River Effie (Border Butte Forefront 13’02) Glen & Ronnie Ford, Oyster Bed, PE (6 in class)

Champion Senior Female Bannockburn Valley Esk 44Y Reserve Champion Senior Female Primetime's 25K Coreen 601 '06 Grand Champion Female Bannockburn Valley Esk 44Y Reserve Champion Female Primetime's 25K Coreen 601 '06 Breeder's Herd 1) Glen & Ronnie Ford, Oyster Bed, PE 2) Julie Mutch, Vernon Bridge, PE 3) Temple Stewart, Hampshire, PE Progeny of Dam 1) Kyle Younker, Charlottetown, PE 2) Julie Mutch, Vernon Bridge, PE 3)Temple Stewart, Hampshire, PE Premier Breeder: Dixon Family Premier Exhibitor: Dixon Family

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Respectfully submitted Allan Hargrave President, Ontario Angus Association

John Donaldson President, Quebec Angus Association


Maritime Angus Association Message

Maritime Angus Association Greetings from the East Coast. From an unusually wet summer, the Maritimes have been enjoying some beautiful fall weather lately, which has been greatly needed to get the crops out, and get ready for winter. Along with the nice fall weather has been some very nice Angus shows throughout the Maritimes as well. The first Gold Show of the season was held in Charlottetown, PEI at Old Home Week on August 16 and 17. With approximately 60 head being shown

this year, the selection of Black and Red Angus cattle was awesome. Wayne Gallup (Canadian Angus Field man) and myself toured some New Brunswick and Nova Scotia commercial herds that use Angus genetics before heading to PEI, where we enjoyed some PEI hospitality and toured through some Island Angus herds as well. New Brunswick’s Gold Show was held in Sussex at Beef Expo on September 21 and 22. Approximately 50 head of Black and Red Angus were shown. The judge was John Dolliver from Stetler Alberta (formerly from the Maritimes). Nova Scotia’s Gold Show will be held again this year in Halifax at Maritime Fall Fair on October 11 and 12. There are always lots of great junior activities at this event. The 15th Annual “Angus in Action” sale will be held this fall in Nappan, NS on October 26, so if you are looking for a great 4-H prospect heifer, a bred yearling, or a nice cow-calf pair come on down to Nappan and have your pick of some of the best Angus genetics in the Maritimes. The sale catalogue can be viewed by visiting the “Maritime Angus Blog”.

On behalf of the Maritime Board of Directors and Maritime Angus breeders, I would like to express our thanks to Wayne Gallup (CAA Eastern Field man) for his many years of service. With his recent announcement of retirement from the Field man position. We have always enjoyed having him visit with commercial and purebred breeders alike throughout the Maritimes, his knowledge of Angus cattle and market information has been greatly appreciated. Your successor has some large shoes to fill. The Maritime Angus Assoc. Annual meeting will be tentatively held on December 1, 2013. Please try to attend, as this is your opportunity as members to voice any concerns or questions you may have. As always, make sure you tag your calves with Canadian Angus Rancher Endorsed Green Tags and remember to show your Angus pride with the use of these tags in your cattle. Trevor F. Welch President - Maritime Angus Association

Canadian Junior Angus Association

Winter is coming… but for now only fall is upon us and it’s the time of year we are geared for bringing in the lasts of our harvests and working on our cattle. I know here in Ontario the fair season is in full swing and I am happy to see that our breed is well represented everywhere I have been. There are also a few big events coming up for our breed and particularly some of our junior members. There are 12 young people gearing up and getting excited for their journey overseas. Canada has three teams entered in the World Angus Forum’s Youth Competition in New Zealand and as one of those lucky people I can say that we are ready for the challenge. Preparations have been underway as a group and individually for months and our young representatives are going to do their country proud down there. We want to extend gratitude from the members of Team Eh!, Team B² and Team Canucks for all the hard work

Cassie Dorran has put into organizing for us. Be sure to follow the teams’ activities on Facebook, Twitter and blogs which can be found through the Canadian Angus website. We are very pleased once again to have support from Angus breeders with a donation of a heifer that will be Dutch auctioned at The Masterpiece Sale during Agribition. We greatly appreciate the donation from Double C Red Angus of Foam Lake, Saskatchewan. Funds raised from the heifer will be allocated back to the Canadian Junior Angus Association Scholarship Fund. Once again the CJAA is printing a calendar for 2014 as a fundraiser. We have received great response from Angus enthusiasts all across the country in filling our advertising spaces. The CJAA is very appreciative of the support and sponsorship for the calendar from breeders and industry supporters from across Canada. Be sure to put your copy up and look to it for sale dates, show dates and a few friendly messages throughout the year – they will be out mid-November and all Canadian Angus members will be receiving a copy. The CJA board of directors has elections coming up again for four positions, one each in Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba and Quebec. Nominations are due to the CJAA office by January 31 and elections will be held by mail-in ballot in March with the new directors to start their two year terms at Showdown in July. Contact any current director or the CJAA office for more information – it is a great experience and looks awesome on your resume.

The CJAA Board is busy planning the 2014 GOAL Conference. It will be held in Calgary, AB from February 15 to 17. The GOAL Conference is a great opportunity to meet and network with other junior members outside of the show ring in a fun and friendly environment. This year we are encouraging past participants to ‘bring a friend’ – Juniors who bring a new participant to the 2014 Conference will be entered into a draw for an IPAD and the CJAA and the Canadian Angus Foundation (CAF) are offering travel bursaries to attend - check out the applications on our web-sites at www.juniors.cdnangus.ca or www.canangusfoundation.ca. These bursaries are a great opportunity and I hope that lots of juniors apply for them and whether they win or not, join us for this great event. The CAF also has some other exciting new programs that we are launching this year – all participants at GOAL will be entered into a draw to win a $3,000 voucher to purchase an animal! The $10,000 Foundation Legacy Scholarships judging and awards will take place at GOAL as well – check out the web-site or our newsletter for more information on all of these opportunities and keep watch for more announcements from the Foundation. Also do not forget that Showdown 2014 is coming to Virden, Manitoba from July 17 to 19.

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P.O. Box 2635, Didsbury, Alberta T0M 0W0 Auctioneer, Ring Service & Marketing

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P.O. Box 10100, Stn Main, Airdrie, Alberta, T4A 0H4

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Mile 11 on #2 Highway South of Dawson Creek

PUREBRED BLACK ANGUS P O. Box 132, Steve Aylward (250)786-5031 Dawson Creek, BC V1G 4G3 Dale Aylward (250)786-5478 bzaylward@gmail.com

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Bus (250)546-9420 / Cellular (250)558-6789 Comp. 19, Larkin Site, RR 3, Armstrong, BC V0E 1B0

TRANS TECH GENETICS LTD.

Box 59, Monte Lake, BC V0E 2N0 (250)375-2268

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(403)641-2205 P.O. BOX 576, BASSANO, ALBERTA T0J 0B0

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Wayne and Peggy Robinson

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Box 36 Mossleigh, Alberta T0L 1P0 Phone (403) 934 4083

“A family operation dedicated to the perfection of the Angus breed ”

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Flint & Flint

Doug, Joyce, Judy, Cindy and Tracy Allen P.O. Box 4081, Taber, AB T1G 2C6 Phone/Fax: (403)223-8008

(780)855-2181

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P.O. Box 99, Halkirk, Alberta T0C 1M0

Ph: (403)884-2181 Fax: (403)884-2381

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Bryan & Sherry Mackenzie

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P.O. Box 122, Pincher Creek, Alberta T0K 1W0 Phone: (403)627-5676 / Fax:(403)627-4653 / brylor@telusplanet.net

Mark & Rachel Merrill & Family Box 132, Hill Springs, Alberta T0K 1E0

(403) 626 3369

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Ted & Marci McPeak (403)948 3085

RR #1, Stn. Mn., Airdrie, AB T4B 2A3 From Airdrie Overpass on SH 567, 10km W, 5km N , on SH 772

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Willard Leeuwenburgh Home: 403-381-3191 Cell: 403-382-1990 Fax: 403-381-9093

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Box 25, Lethbridge, AB T1J 3Y3 leeuwenburghredangus@telusplanet.net

Lindsay & Donna Penosky & Family

P.O. Box 37, Botha, AB T0C 0N0 Phone: (403)742-4337 ● Fax: (403)742-4341

Lee & Laura Brown

Box 217, Erskine, AB T0C 1G0 Ph: (403) 742 4226 Fax (403) 742 2962

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P.O. Box 238, Clyde, Alberta T0G 0P0

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“RANCH RAISED BALANCED PERFORMANCE CATTLE” Angus

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Box 32, Hussar, Alberta TOJ 1SO

(780)348-5638

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Barry Round

Cam and Kim Fraser 403-787-2165

Fleming Stock Farms

Box 1, Granum, Alberta T0L 1A0 Ph: 403/687-2288 Fax: 403/687-2088 flemingangus@xplornet.com

Duncan, Cecilie, Cooper & Ricki Fleming “Quality goes in before the name goes on”

(780)348-5794

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Robert & Gail Hamilton

Box 11, Site 15, R.R.# 2, Cochrane, Alberta T4C 1A2 (403) 932-5980 ~ hamiltonfarms.ca

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Richard & Joyce Lorenz

(403)728-3285 R.R. #1, Markerville, Alberta T0M 1M0

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Doug Noad 403-660-8371

Ron & Laurie Hunter & family

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P.O. Box 2044, Fairview, Alberta T0H 1L0 (780)835-3530

Dave & Jean Prichard 780-385-2226

“Visitor’s Welcome”

RR 2 Didsbury, AB T0M 0W0

19th Annual Bull & Female Sale March 14/09

Roy & Cindy Bjorklund

Nagib- Krameddine R R. #3, Wetaskiwin, AB T9A 1X1 H (780)352 0813 W (780)585 2003

Jack Leeuwenburgh Home: 403-327-9618 Cell: 403-330-6123 Fax: 403-327-9629

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Breeding 150 Functional Black Angus Females Since 1945

Danny & Conna Warrilow Bill & Barbara Warrilow Ph/Fax: (780) 593 2205 (780) 593 2208 P.O. BOX 39, MINBURN, ALBERTA T0B 3B0


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Murray King 780/846-2691

Richard King

THISTLE RIDGE RANCH

Ph/Fax:780/846-2476

Ben & Carol Tams

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R.R. #2 Kitscoty, AB T0B 2P0

P.O. Box 4205, Taber, Alberta T1G 2C7 Phone/Fax: (403)223 4118

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Box 610, Delburne, Alberta T0M 0V0 (403)749 2953 email: cattlemenschoice@myexcel.ca

P.O. Box 444, Sangudo, Alberta T0E 2A0 Fax 785-3403

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Ken & Sharon Chitwood

Ph:(403)948-3094 Fax: (403)948-6329 R.R. #2, Airdrie, AB T4B 2A4

RIVERBEND FARM LTD. Bud, Barb & John McBride Box 51, Benalto, Alberta T0M 0H0 Phone: (403)746-2555 / Phone/Fax: (403)746-2630

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Glen, Dale, Wayne & Terry Elliott

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Jim & Betty Richardson (403)224-3286

Annual Rancher’s Choice Spring Bull Sale

Box 32, Bowden, AB T0M 0K0

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Box 688, Davidson, SK S0G 1A0

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Brian & Christine Hanel Box 1902, Swift Current, SK S9H 4M6 (306)773-6313 email: chanel@t2.net

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Cell: (403)502-4776 cat le.creek@xplornet.com

Wes & Kim Olynyk (306)876 4420 Irene Olynyk (306)876 4400 Annual Bull Sale First Saturday in April

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R.R. #1, Wymark, SK S0N 2Y0 Ph/Fax: (306)773-6984

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Ranches Inc.

Jon & Shelly Fox

P.O. Box 320 Lloydminster, SK S9V 0Y2 www.justamereranches.com

Phone: 306-825-9702 Fax: 306-825-9782 Res: 306-825-9624 Email: justamere@sasktel.net


Kim Robertson

Box 159, Alsask, SK S0L 0A0 Res: 306/968 2637 / Cell: 306/463 8405

5 miles east of Alsask and 2 miles north on Merid Grid

“Raising Quality Cattle To Work For You”

Z RED ANGU A R Phil Birnie S W Box 461, Wawota, SK S0G 5A0

Ph: 306/739-2988 ~ Fax: 306/739-2137 ~ Cell: 306/577-7440 email: wraz@sasktel.net Red Angus Bulls & Females For Sale ~ Commercial Heifers Herdsman: Gordon Murray 306/739-2177 - cell: 306/646-7980

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Barry & Marj Young & Family

Box 28, Carievale, SK S0C 0P0 (306) 928 4810 youngdaleangus@xplornet.com

Keith, Linda & Stacey Kaufmann 306/454-2730

Shane, Alexis,

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SPLENDORVIEW ANGUS FARM John Gottfried & Family

P.O. Box 183, Luseland, SK S0L 2A0

(306) 834-2844

STANDARD HILL ANGUS

Luseland - .5 mile W, 12 Miles S & .25 mile W. Kerrobert - 12 miles W, Hwy# 51, .5 mile N, .25 mile W

BLACK TO BASICS

Box 718 Maidstone, SK S0M 1M0

Les & Ethel Smith & family (306)893-4094

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Doreen 306/263-4407 306/263-4923 Fax Corbin, Lynette, Cole & Conner 306/263-4407 The Selody’s ~ Flintoft, SK S0H 1R0

Black & Red Angus

Bruce, Ione Austen & Breanna Anderson

BROOKMORE ANGUS

204.734.2073 - 204.734.0730 Comp 2 R.R.# 2, Swan River, MB R0L 1Z0 www.andersoncattle.ca - andersoncattle@inethome.ca

Quality Angus Cattle

Visitors Always Welcome

Jack & Barb Hart

General Delivery, Brookdale, Manitoba R0K 0G0 (204) 476-2607

David & Jeanette Neufeld 204/534-2380

Registered Red & BlackAngus

Box 171, Boissevain Manitoba R0K 0E0 Roy & Vicki Forsyth

P.O. Box 29, Rush Lake, Saskatchewan S0H 3S0 ● (306)773-6873

forsyth1@mts net

Allen & Merilyn Staheli

Greenbush Angus Fax: (204)448-2126

Ian Gross

MARCEL LALONDE SYLVIE DUPUIS

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Eddystone, Manitoba R0L 0S0 (204)448-2245

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R R. #1, Nottawa, Ontario L0M 1P0 Ph/Fax: (705)445-1526

R.R. #1, Neepawa, MB R0J 1H0 www.greenbushangus.com

Barrie & Bernice Baker (204)966-3822

Tim & Wendy Baker (204)966-3320

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Rob & Sandy Foubert

613/258-1062 rfoubert@dct.ca 4373 Rideau River Road, Kemptville, ON K0G 1J0

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Rideau Angus (613)258-2762 Farm R.R. #4, Kemptville, ON K0G 1J0

T ULL AM ORE FA R M S

BILL & SYLVIA JACKSON

12201 TORBRAM RD, CALEDON. ONTARIO L7C 2T4 * (905)843-1236

D & C Cattle Co Doug & Carolyn Milne-Smith

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4L Cattle Holdings ........................ 32 Atlasta Angus ................................... 25 Balog Auction Services .................... 36 Bar Heart Angus ............................. 35 Belvin Angus ............................. OBC Brookmore Angus ........................... 24 Brox Stock Farm ........................... IBC Brylor Ranch ................................. IFC

Events Calendar October 19 Red Roundup Sale, Red Deer, AB October 19 Blue Water Sale, Hanover, ON October 21 Justamere Sale fo the Year, Lloydminster, SK October 25 Six Mile Red Angus Female Sale, Fir Mountain, SK October 26 Angus in Action Sale, Nappan, NS October 27 Brylor ‘Tradition with a Vision’ Sale High River, AB October 31 - November 2 Manitoba Livestock Expo, Brandon, MB November 1 Royal Elite All Breed Sale, Toronto, ON November 1 CAA deadline for Weaning Weights November 1 - 10 Royal Ag Winter Fair, Toronto, ON November 3 Ontario Gold Show, Toronto, ON November 3 - 4 Brooking Angus Open Book Sale, online November 3 - 10 Farmfair International, Edmonton, AB November 11 - 16 Canadian Western Agribition, Regina, SK

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Rolling Acres

Angus & Hereford

C260 Heath Road, Shawville, Quebec J0X 2Y0

Stephen & Paula 819-647-3540

Laird & Mary 819-647-3542

Fax: (819)647-3541 // steve@rollingacres.biz

Buck Lake Ranch ............................ 39 Calgary Bull Sale ............................. 14 Crowfoot Cattle Co ................. 12, 13 Cudlobe Angus ................................ 1 Glendor Acres Angus ...................... 44 Glen Islay Angus ............................. 5 Hamilton Farms ............................... 3 Hazel Bluff Red Angus ............. 18, 19

Johnston/Fertile Valley Angus ........ 33 Lorenz Angus ............................... 27 Majestic Cattle Co ....................... 6, 7 N7 Stock Farm ............................... 34 Norseman Farms Angus .................. 37 Panko Ranch ................................. 29 Peak Dot Ranch ................................ 9 Poplar Meadows Angus .................. 31

Remitall West ................................. 26 Ring Creek Angus ............................ 8 Southern Angus Farms ................. 45 Stryker Cattle Co ....................... 20, 21 Symens Cattle Co ........................... 30 WRAZ Red Angus ......................... 15

November 13 Masterpiece Sale, Regina, SK November 15 Power & Perfection Sale, Regina, SK November 22 Northern Alberta Angus Club Annual General Meeting, Camrose, AB November 23 Northern Select Sale, Camrose, AB November 23 Buck Lake Ranch Dispersal Sale, Strathmore, AB November 25 Stryker Cattle Co Angus Female Dispersal Sale, Medicine Hat, AB November 28 Onefour Cow Herd Dispersal, Lethbridge, AB November 28 Glendor Angus Dispersal, Moose Jaw, SK November 29 - 30 Crowfoot Cattle Co Red & Black Angus Dispersal Sale, Standard, AB December Southern Angus Bull Sale, Fort Macleod, AB December 4 Cudlobe Angus Bull Sale, Stavely, AB December 4 Atlasta Angus Bull & Seriously Black Select Female Sale, Sylvan Lake, AB

December 5 Peak Dot Ranch Bull & Female Sale, Wood Mountain, SK December 5 4L Herd Reduction Open House, Stettler, AB December 6 Deadline for Calgary Bull Sale entries December 7 Norseman Farms Angus Dispersal, Swift Current, SK December 7 Keystone Klassic Sale, Brandon, MB December 9 Hazel Bluff Red Angus Dispersal Sale, Westlock, AB December 10 Canadian Legacy Sale, Olds, AB December 13 Touch of Class Sale, Saskatoon, AB December 14 Johnston/Fertile Valley Bred Heifer Sale, Saskatoon, SK December 14 Angus Collection Sale, Olds, AB December 16 Panko Ranch Dispersal, Swift Current, SK December 17 Ring Creek Farms Bred Female Dispersal, Fairview, AB

December 17 Figure 8 Angus Dispersal Sale, Olds, AB December 21 Majestic Cattle Co Dispersal Sale, Innisfail, AB New Years Resolution Sale, Saskatoon, SK ------ 2014 -----January 22 - 24 Saskatchewan Angus Annual General Meeting, Saskatoon, SK February 15 - 17 GOAL Conference, Calgary, AB February 17 Ole Farms Bull Sale, Athabasca, AB February 18 Symens Bull Sale, Claresholm, AB February 18 All our Hearts Bull Sale, Rimbey, AB March 4 Belvin Angus Bull Sale, Innisfail, AB March 5 - 6 Calgary Bull Sale, Calgary, AB March 21 Scott Stock Farm Bull Sale, Crossfield, AB March 26 Hamilton Farms Bull & Select Female Sale, Cochrane, AB June 4 -7 CAAAnnual General Meeting, Moose Jaw, SK

Fall Edition 2013


Angus World Fall 2013 Volume 21 Issue 4  

Angus World Fall 2013 Volume 21 Issue 4