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5H Farms

Gary and Joyce Heibertshausen Alzada, MT 567-224-9002 www.5hfarms.com joyceheib@hotmail.com

RC 151 – One of our five sires this year. He was sire to several of the lambs we sold at the sales this year.

This coming year we will have lambs from BAH 21, BAH 31, RC 151, Phillippi 4-64 and Wolf 073

We would like to thank all the bidders, buyers and breeders at this year’s shows and sales. A big thank you to our buyers: Katelyn Wallace, Bradyn Wolf, Thomas Wallace, Friesz Corriedales, Rae Ann Peterson, Christine Humphrey, Kaitlyn Stillion and Kin Brothers Page 2

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Officers and Executive Board Jim Kin, President Forest, OH • (419) 674–3346 Gary Heibertshausen, Vice-President Alzada, MT • (567) 224–9002 garyheib@yahoo.com

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AMERICAN CORRIEDALE ASSOCIATION, INC. P.O. Box 391, Clay City, Illinois 62824 (618) 780-7747 EDITOR: Marcia Craig www.americancorriedale.com The Corriedale Extra will be mailed free of charge to all active ACA members, AJCA members and associate members. If you wish to receive a copy please contact the ACA office

Marcia Craig, Secretary–Treasurer Clay City, Illinois (618) 780–7747 amcorr@frontier.com Alex Wolf Upper Sandusky, Ohio (419) 310-9153 am07wolf@hotmail.com Ryan Gann Leaf River, IL   815/979-3117 gannfarms@hotmail.com Christine Humphrey New Braintree, MA (508) 721-2449  •  (508) 864-1800 auburnsew@hotmail.com

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Duane • Joana • Taylor • Thomas

C O R R I E DA L E S Friesz 705

SUPREME CHAMPION RAM at the 2018 ND State Fair.

Friesz 709

SUPREME EWE

at the Art in the Barn Sheep and Wool Festival in Sturgis, SD.

Special thanks to all our buyers and bidders. SEE YA AT THE NAILE IN LOUISVILLE. 4465 34th St., P.O. Box 67, New Salem, N.D. 58563 Home: (701) 843-8750 • Cell: (701) 400-8744 www.frieszlivestock.com • joana@northlandinsuranceagency.com Like Friesz Livestock on Facebook! Page 4

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President’s Note

Hello from Northwest Ohio to all Corriedale breeders. As I am writing these notes we are just starting to have our first cool weather of a pleasant fall. The late spring in our area was filled with a lot of rain that led into a very hot and dry summer. The recent change in weather is much appreciated. Many outstanding Corriedales have changed hands this year, starting with a

Mark your calendar Feb. 18, 2019

4 National Queen 4 Executive Board Candidates   Submit photo and biography 4 Award Nominations Submit written nominations May 1, 2019

4 ACA Scholarship 4 Selden Whitmore Award Check online for applications

Send to ACA, P.O. Box 391 Clay City, IL 62824

good consignment at the Big Ohio Sale, then following with the National Sale held at the Midwest Stud Ram Sale. The National Sale had an impressive $856.15 average with a consistent price from beginning to end. Dew Drop Farms had Champion Ram and Ewe, while Hoffman Corriedales had Reserve Champion Ram and Ewe. The new natural class was very well received, with both good entries and prices achieved. The full results of the sale will be provided in this issue. Thank you for all that attended the sales, both as exhibitors and buyers. The National Show at Louisville is right around the corner, coming in November. The junior show is Saturday, Nov. 10 and the open show is Monday, Nov. 12. I am sure the entries will be of high quality, as usual. I hope all breeders are having a successful fall lambing season, as well as breeding season for spring lambs. I am looking forward to the results of the hard work everyone is putting in now for next show and sale seasons lambs. Jim Kin

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Breeding stock always available at the farm.

Bryan, Gina, nicole & Kayce VininG 1900 County Rd 219, Cheyenne, WY (307) 421-0945 • BGVining@aol.com

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Best Headed Phil Kin Family–$1500 to Phillippi Corr., MT Max Woolever–$500 to Matthew Drendl, IL

Yearling Rams – 5 head-$830 avg. Champion-Sr. Champion Dew Drop Corr.–$800 to Karvakko Family Farm, MN Bruce Hoffman & Family–$1400 to Morris Corr., IL Owl Ridge Farm-$400 to Leah Beth Faulkner, TN Federer Corr.-$1000 to Liam McCausland, ND Max Woolever–$550 to Marty Hicks, IL

January Ram Lambs–6 head-$1183 avg. Jr. Champion and Best Fleece 5-H Farms–$3750 to Friesz Corr., ND Reserve Jr. Champion Owl Ridge Farm–$850 to Jordan Vineyard, OH Friesz Corr.–$500 to Jacob Ferrell/Marie McSparen, MO Owl Ridge Farm–$500 to Jordan Vineyard, OH Bandt Corr.–$1000 to Federer Corr., WY Phillippi Corr.–$500 to Andrea Krieger, MI

Sedalia, Missouri

Fall Ram Lambs–4 head-$1250 avg. Reserve Grand Champion-Reserve Sr. Champion Bruce Hoffman & Family–$2000 to Kin Brothers, OH Dew Drop Farms–$1000 to Dennis Sorge, IA

Res. Grand Champion–Res. Sr. Champion Ram Bruce Hoffman & Family

Grand Champion Ram–Senior Champion Dew Drop Farms

Grand Champio–Senior Champion Ewe Dew Drop Farms Page 6

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February Ram Lambs-3 head-$817 avg. Bandt Corr.–$1150 to Chloe Wylie, OH 5-H Farm–$900 to Rae Ann Peterson, MN Friesz Corr.–$400 to Katelynn Wallace, OH March Ram Lambs–1 head-$650 Faulkner Farm–$650 to Chloe Wyllie, OH Yearling Ewes–10 head-$940 avg. Grand Champion–Sr. Champion Dew Drop Farms–$3000 to Rae Ann Peterson, MI Friesz Corr.–$1100.00 to Kin Brothers, OH Bruce Hoffman & Family–$700 to Jordan Vineyard, OH Bandt Corr.–$650 to Jordan Vineyard, OH Bandt Corr.–$600 to Hoffman Corr., SD Bruce Hoffman & Family–$800 to Morris Corr., IL Friesz Corr.–$750 to Katelynn Wallace, OH Owl Ridge Farm–$400 to David Hartke, IL Owl Ridge Farm–$700 to David Hartke, IL Federer Corr.–$700 to Phil Kin Family, OH Natural Yearling Ewes (2 in)–3 head– $550 avg. Friesz Corr.–$650 to Marty Hicks, IL Phillippi Corr.–$400 to Wayne Kemler & Family, OH Federer Corr.–$600 to David Hartke, IL Fall Ewe Lambs–6 head-$804 avg. Reserve Sr. Champion Bruce Hoffman & Family–$900 to Brady Craig, IL Dew Drop Farms–$1500 to Abigail Thornton, OH Dew Drop Farms–$800 to Hoffman Corr., SD 5-H Farms–$750 to Christine Humphrey, MA Max Woolever–$500 to Matthew Drendl, IL

Best Headed– Phil Kin & Family Fall 2018

Max Woolever–$375 to Morris Corr., IL January Ewe Lambs–8 head–$963 avg. Reserve Grand Champion–Jr. Champion Bruce Hoffman & Family–$1600 to Jordan Vineyard, OH Reserve Jr. Champion 5-H Farms–$1500 to Kaitlyn Stillion, OH Bandt Corr.–$1000 to Chloe Wyllie, OH 5-H Farms–$900 to Kin Brothers, OH Friesz Corr.–$700 to Katelynn Wallace, OH Friesz Corr.–$700 to Ben Jackson, IL Federer Corr.–$750 to Thomas Gerber, ND Phillippi Corr.–$550 to David Hartke, IL February Ewe Lambs–10 head–$650 avg. Bandt Corriedlaes–$800 to Chloe Wyllie, OH Bruce Hoffman & Family–$750 to Emma Jackson, IL 5-H Farms–$900 to Braydan Wolf, OH Bandt Corr.–$650 to Dennis Sorge, IA Friesz Corriedales–$500 to Ben Jackson, IL Phillippi Corr.–$450 to Matthew Drendl. IL 5-H Farms–$750 to Kin Brothers, OH Friesz Corr.–$800 Alec Wibben, IL Federer Corr.–$450 to Liam McCausland, ND Phillippi Corr.–$450 to Andrea Krieger, MI March Ewe Lambs–4 head–$575 avg. Bandt Corr.–$850 to Hoffman Corr., SD Phillippi Corr.–$600 to Thomas Wallace, OH Morris Corr.–$450 to Jackson Jeske, FL Morris Corr.–$400 to Jordan Vineyard, OH Natural Ewe Lamb–1 head–$500 Phillippi Corr.–$500 to Wayne Kemler & Family, OH Total head 61–$856 avg.

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BANDT

CORRIEDALES WE HAD A GREAT DAY ! AT THE NATIONAL SALE

1st February Ram Lamb

Sold to Chloe Wylie, OH for $1,150

1st March Ewe Lamb

Sold to Hoffman Corriedales, SD for $850

Federer Corriedales, WY selected our January Ram Lamb for $1,000! We also have great quality Corriedales like these at the farm, so pay a visit soon and claim years!

Chloe Wylie also added our 3rd January Ewe Lamb for $1,000!

Thanks to all of our buyers at the National Sale and at the farms for their purchases! Mike Bandt • 1650 Sandy Rock Road • Hollandale, WI 53544 Cell: 608/387-5789 • Email: bandtcorriedales@gmail.com Page 8

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2018 Fleece Show

National Show & Sale Awards donated by Joana Friesz

Ram Fleece Champion 1, Phillippi Corriedales, MT 2. Friesz Corriedales, ND 3. Bruce Hoffman & Family Hoffman, SD

Ewe Fleece Reserve Champion 1. Phillippi Corriedales, MT 2. Friesz Corriedales, ND 3. Bruce Hoffman & Family, SD 4. Shannah Harding, MO 5. Shannah Harding, MO

Hettinger Corriedales Helen Hettinger 655 County Road 1675 E, Eureka, IL 61530 (309)467-3809 phhettinger@gmail.com www.hettingercorriedales.com

Renetta Phillippi with her champion fleeces with judges Christine Humphrey and Lyle Warner.

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RESERVE CHAMPION FALL RAM

at Big Ohio Sale Sold to Sherman and Elizabeth Brown of Virginia

Thanks to all our buyers. Stock available privately.

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Farms

“ Home of the Big Bucks and Foundation Females”

Pictured on the cover...

2018 NATIONAL CHAMPION EWE DDF 6-83

She sold to Rae Ann Peterson of Austin, MN. She is sired by DDF 5-03, the 2016 National Champion Ram. In her only show appearance since, she was Supreme Champion Ewe at the Minnesota State Fair for Rae Ann.

On the back cover...

2018 NATIONAL CHAMPION RAM DDF 6-94

He, too, is sired by DDF 5-03. Karvakko Family of LaPorte, MN bought him. The Karvakko Family is what the Corriedale breed is about – family. They started their flock with six fall ewe lambs from us. Look for this family in the future. Duane 218-640-7800 Darin 218-639-8484 New York Mills, MN

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Queen Jacey Cook accepting her gift of jewelry from John Merlau.

Outstanding Breeder Joana Friesz accepting her award from Alex Wolf.

Jordan Vineyard presented Outstanding Junior Shepherd plaque from Jim Kin,

2018 Meeting Highlights 2018/19 President Jim Kin, OH

2018/19 Vice President Gary Heibertshausen, MT

New Executive Board Member Christine Humphrey, MA

2018 Outstanding Consignment Hoffman Corriedales  Fun Auction Proceeds $ 1318

2018-19 ACA Queen Jacey Cook receives her crown from retiring queen Leah Beth Faulkner.

Joan Friesz receives her Past Presidents plaque from Jim Kin, new American Corriedale Association President.

Darin and Courtney Bauck accept the 2018 Champion Ram plaque and Champion Ewe plaque from Gary Heibertshausen. Fall 2018

Comeback Class Proceeds $ 425  Scholarship Winner Ellen Peters, OH

Guy Green Award winner, Darin Bauck, accepts his award from John Merlau. Page 11


2018 National Junior Show Results Senior Ram Lambs 1. Courtney & Seth Bauck, MN 2. Abigail Weis, SD 3. Jordan Vineyard, OH 4. Brady Craig, IL 5. Jacey Cook, MO January Ram Lambs 1. Brady Craig, IL 2. Katelynn Wallace, OH

Futurity Yearling Ewe 1. Abigail Weis, SD-JOE M 4 2. Katelynn Wallace, OH-BAUCK 6-89 3. Abigail Weis, SD-CLG 310 4. Kaitlyn Stillion, OH-WOLF 067 5. Thomas Wallace, OH-FRIESZ 702

February Ram Lamb 1. Kaitlyn Stillion, OH 2. Brady Craig, IL 3. Moran Reed, MO 4. Leah Beth Faulkner, TN 5. Thomas Wallace, OH 6. Kaitlyn Stillion, OH

Fall Ewe Lamb 1. Courtney & Seth Bauck, MN 2. Courtney & Seth Bauck, MN 3. Kaitlyn Stillion, OH 4. Jordan Vineyard, OH 5. Kaitlyn Stillion, OH 6. Jordan Vineyard, OH 7. Brady Craig, IL 8. Jacey Cook, MO 9. Katelyn Wallace, OH

Yearling Ewe 1. Courtney & Seth Bauck, MN 2. Brady Craig, IL 3. Kaitlyn Stillion, OH 4. Thomas Wallace, OH 5. Kaitlyn Stillion, OH 6. Kayce Vining, WY 7. Jordan Vineyard, OH

January Ewe Lamb 1. Brady Craig, IL 2. Abigail Weis, SD 3. Kayce Vining, WY 4. Morgan Reed, MO 5. Jordan Vineyard, OH 6. Mary Thomas, OH

Best Fleece Kayce Vining, WY Page 12

Best Headed Katelynn Wallace, OH

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February Ewe Lamb 1. Brady Craig, IL 2. Kaitlyn Stillion, OH 3. Abigail Weis, WY 4. Thomas Wallace 5. Cadee McKee

March Ewe Lamb 1. Kaitlyn Stillion, OH 2. Kaitlyn Stillion, OH 3. Leah Beth Faulkner, TN 4. Jordan Vineyard, OH 5. Morgan Reed, MO 6. Jacey Cook, MO Natural Ewe Lamb 1. Jacob Ferrel, MO

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Grand Champion Ewe Courtney & Seth Bauck, MN

Reserve Grand Champion Ewe Courtney & Seth Bauck, MN

Grand Champion Ram Courtney and Seth Bauck, MN

Reserve Grand Champion Ram Abigail Weis, SD Page 13


Champion Double Points Futurity Ewe Lamb Jordan Vineyard, OH

Junior Showmanship Abigail Weis, SD

Senior Showmanship Kaitlyn Stillion, OH

National Corriedale Junior Show participants, front from left, Basya Weis-SD, Braxton Peterson-SD, Titus Hoffman-OH, Jackson Jeske-FL, Pete Bradley-MO. Second row, Morgan and Meredith Reed-MO, Jacob Ferrel-MO, Seth and Courtney Bauck-MN. Third row, Abigail Weis-SD, Thomas Wallace-OH, Brady and Dylan Craig-IL. Back row, Kayce Vining-WY, Jacey Cook-MO, Kaitlyn Stillion-OH, Leah Beth Faulkner-TN, Katelynn Wallace-OH, and Mary Thomas-OH. The Page 14 Corriedale Extra


Pee Wee Class, Braxton Peterson–SD, Pete Bradley–MO, Tutus Hoffman–OH, Jackson Jeske–FL, Meredith Reed–MO.

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Platinum Valley Vet Supplies Ben & Mary Bow & Family, PA Roger Clark, OH Ryan Craig, IL Dew Drop Farms, MN Faulkner Family, TN in memory of Robert Bagwell 5-H Farms, MT Friesz Corriedales, ND Ben & Michelle Heckart, IA Larry Mead, Mead Livestock Services, MO Merlau Farms, IN Oerschlen Farm & Home, MO Owl Ridge Farms, MA Stegall Fabrication, MO Vineyard Farm, OH Fall 2018

Gold Marcia Craig in memory of Ed Craig Tom Crane, CA Federer Corriedales, WY Karla Crawford Kerr in memory of Lanny Crawford Al & Pat Kin, OH James Kin, OH Gary Ricketts Family, IL Dennis Sorge, IA Barb Youtsey, MO Max Woolever Family, IL   Silver Helen Hettinger, IL A special thanks to Jim Kin for judging the National Corriedale Junior Show. Page 15


Visiting Australia at 16th World Congress By Gary Heibertshausen Joyce and I had the pleasure of attending the 16th World Corriedale Congress in Bendigo, Australia. Fellow Corriedale breeders from the USA also attending were: Donna Abbruzzese, Dr. Geof Ruppert, Renetta and Lester Phillippi, Meghan Phillippi, Brenda Zohr, Bryan and Gina Vining, Travis Hoffman and friend Meagan Scott. We arrived in Adelaide, Australia and had an evening meet and greet reception with our hosts and a few local breeders. The next day we started our bus tour of several Corriedale stud breeders across the southern part of Australia, stopping each day in a different city to tour and evenings spent with breeders from Australia, New Zeeland, Peru, Uruguay, Argentina, Chili and Tasmania. We also toured a distillery, a winery, a beef operation,

a dairy operation, a seed plant, animal park and a wool museum. After touring for four days we arrived in Bendigo for the Corriedale Congress. The Corriedale Congress entailed several educational speakers on topics such as wool, genetics, DNA genomics and feeding for the sheep industry. During this session of the Congress we heard from different country’s Corriedale presidents or representatives about how the Corriedale breed is doing in their respective country. We had a free day where we had the opportunity to tour some of Bendigo and then several days of the 2018 Australian Sheep & Wool Show. I can only describe this show as something similar to our NAILE or a version of the Midwest Stud Ram Sale. Along with the sheep show of many different breeds

Attending the World Congress, kneeling, Sarah and Geof Ruppert. Standing from left, Travis Hoffman, Meagan Scott, Joyce Heibertshausen, Gary Heibertshausen, Donna Abbruzzese, Renetta Phillippi, Brenda Zohr, Lester Phillippi, Gina Vining, Meghan Phillippi and Bryan Vining. Page 16

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there was a large and extensive wool show. A trade show with more sheep equipment than a person could imagine. Yard dog trials, sheep shearing, food booths, clothing made from wool and several educational meetings. When Joyce and I talked of going on this trip we thought what a long time to be away. The 14 days went by so quickly with all the activities there were to do. We would like to thank our hosts from Australia for putting together a very educational, interesting and fun filled Corriedale Congress. A special thank you to the Australian Corriedale Breeders who opened their operations for us to visit and for providing us with some awesome food.

2018 Supreme Grand Champion Ram, Bendigo, owned by Bron Ellis. U.S. plaque presentation by Gary Heibertshausen.

KIDS HAVEN CORRIEDALES Announces the transfer of our foundation ewes to our niece,

Josephine Kohanski, of Autumn Days Farms, Ringoes, NJ.

All, including National Junior Champion, KHC 075, transitioned gracefully to greener pastures than Colorado could ever offer. We look forward to the next chapters, thanks to the Phillippi, Vining, Friesz and Reister families for support. Fall 2018

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2018 All-American Junior Show Indianapolis, Ind. State Fairgrounds

Fall Ram Lamb 1. Brady Craig, IL– CRAIG 1734 2. Kaitlyn Stillion, OH – RC 177 3. Jordan Vineyard, OH – BWH 3977 January Ram Lamb 1. Brady Craig 568, IL – Craig 1805 2. Chloe Wyllie, OH – Cew 18-01 3. Jordan Vineyard, OH – Orf 1801 4. Jordan Vineyard, OH – Orf 1800 5. Katelynn Wallace, OH – Heib 602 6. Chloe Wyllie, OH – Cew 18-02 7. Haley Missler, OH – Cew 18-03 February Or Later Ram Lamb 1. Brady Craig, IL – Craig 1820   Champion 2. Kaitlyn Stillion, OH – Wolf 076  Reserve Champion

Best Fleece – Chloe Wyllie, OH

3. Chole Wyllie,OH – Bandt 1143 4. Thomas Wallace, OH – Mvcf 1808 5. Kaitlyn Stillion, OH – Stillion 23 6. Katelynn Wallace, OH – Friesz 841 Yearling Ewe 1. Kaitlyn Stillion, OH – Wolf 67  Reserve Champion 2. Brady Craig, IL – Wolf 068 3. Katelynn Wallace, OH – Bauck 6-89 4. Brady Craig, IL – Craig 1719 5. Jordan Vineyard, OH – Bandt 1137 6. Katelynn Wallace, OH – Friesz 764 7. Thomas Wallace, OH – Friesz 702 8. Kaitlyn Stillion, OH – Rc 166 9. Chloe Wyllie, OH – Cew 17-03 10. Chloe Wyllie, OH – Cew 17-01 11. Haley Missler, OH – Cew 17-04 12. Haley Missler, OH – Cew 17-05 13. Jordan Vineyard, OH – Bwh 3939 Pair Of Yearling Ewes (2 Yearling Ewes) 1. Brady Craig, IL 2. Katelynn Wallace, OH 3. Kaitlyn Stillion, OH 4. Chloe Wyllie, OH 5. Jordan Vineyard, OH 6. Haley Missler, OH Fall Ewe Lamb 1. Kaitlyn Stillion, OH – Wolf 74 2. Jordan Vineyard, OH – Bwh 3990 3. Kaitlyn Stillion, OH – Wolf 75 4. Brady Craig, IL – Hoffman 3922 5. Jordan Vineyard, OH – Bwh 3988

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6. Abigail Thornton, OH – DDF 7-80 7. Katelynn Wallace, OH – Ddf 7-70 January Ewe Lamb 1. Brady Craig, IL – Craig 1806  Champion 2.Chloe Wyllie , OH – Bandt 1153 3. Kaitlyn Stillion, OH – Heib 614 4. Jordan Vineyard, OH – Bwh 3975 5. Bradyn Wolf, OH – Heib 612 6. Katelynn Wallace , OH – Friesz 822 7. Jordan Vineyard, OH – Morris 990 8. Thomas Wallace, OH – Mvcf 1813 9. Haley Missler, OH – Cew 18-07 10. Haley Missler, OH – Cew 18-04 11. Chloe Wyllie, OH – Cew 18-05 February Or Later Ewe Lamb 1. Brady Craig, IL – Craig 1819 2. Kaitlyn Stillion, OH – Wolf 77 3. Chloe Wyllie, OH – Bandt 1154 4. Katelynn Wallace, OH – Mvcf 1806 5. Thomas Wallace, OH – Phillippi 8-72 6. Kaitlyn Stillion, OH – Stillion 25 7. Thomas Wallace, OH – Heib 625 8. Jordan Vineyard, OH – Morris 992 Pair Of Ewe Lambs (2 Ewe Lambs) 1. Brady Craig, IL 2. Kaitlyn Stillion, OH 3. Chloe Wyllie, OH 4. Jordan Vineyard, OH 5. Thomas Wallace, OH 6. Katelynn Wallace, OH 7. Haley Missler, OH Young Flock (1 Ram, 2 Ewe Lambs) 1. Brady Craig, IL 2. Kaitlyn Stillion, OH

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Res. Grand Champion Ewe (Yearling) Kaitlyn Stillion, OH

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3. Chloe Wyllie, OH 4. Jordan Vineyard, OH 5. Katelynn Wallace, OH 6. Thomas Wallace, OH 7. Haley Missler, OH Best Four Head Of Ewes 1. Brady Craig, IL 2. Kaitlyn Stillion, OH

Grand Champion Ram (February) Brady Craig, IL

3. Jordan Vineyard, OH 4. Chloe Wyllie, OH 5. Katelynn Wallace, OH 6. Thomas Wallace, OH 7. Haley Missler, OH Best Fleece 1. Chloe Wyllie, OH

Res. Grand Champion Ram (February) Kaitlyn Stillion, OH

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Ohio Club Awards Ewes for 4-H, FFA The Ohio Corriedale Club is promoting the advantages of the Corriedale breed to 4-H and FFA members by offering two ewes to a member to start their breeding sheep projects. Kin Brothers Corriedales of Upper Sandusky and Romine Corriedales of Galion donated the yearling ewes for the contest this year, Youth members wrote an essay stating their experience and why they would like to start a Corriedale flock. The winner of the essay contest for the Corriedale ewes for this year is Olivia Thomas of Bryan, Ohio. Olivia is the daughter of David Saul and is in the Stars of 4-H Club. Olivia is 12 years old and has previous experience in 4-H with sheep and other livestock projects. Olivia showed the ewes at her county fair and at the Ohio State Fair Junior Breeding Sheep Show this summer. She will care for them through the lambing season, hopefully in-

Queen’s message Greetings! My name is Jacey Cook and I am your reigning American Corriedale Queen. It was a good time at our National Show and Sale, along with our junior show in Sedalia this past June. I hope the summer show season was successful for everyone. Here in Northwest Missouri we are still experiencing severe drought. Water levels are low and everyone has had to start using their winter hay supply in August. Good quality hay is hard to come by and is expensive. I am sure it has gotten busy for our junior members with school back in session and the fall sports beginning. It is also the fall lambing season which is exciting to see the new lamb crop and the looking forward to what they will be next show season. It can also be frustrating when lambing doesn’t go well. The NAILE is fast approaching and I hope Fall 2018

Olivia Thomas cluding the offspring in her 4-H projects in the following years. Olivia stated in her essay that she likes working with her sheep, including market lambs and breeding sheep. Olivia is eager to work with the new Corriedale ewes and hopes to have a flock of 10 Corriedale sheep in the future. to see a good showing for our juniors and the open show. Placing high is great but it is the meeting of old friends and also making new friends that could last a lifetime that is important. I wish everyone the best in whatever they are doing and I will see you at the NAILE.

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~ In Memoriam ~

russell E. Jackson Russell E. Jackson, 85, of Seneca, passed away Aug. 25, 2018 at Morris Hospital surrounded by family.

Russ was born Jan. 26, 1933, in Ottawa, to Marion and Ruth (Risk) Jackson. In 1978, he married Beth (Wagenecht) James, of Prophetstown, who survives. Russ was a devoted member of Stavanger Lutheran Church, where he had been a deacon and served on several other boards. He served in the Army and was stationed at Fort Carson, Colo. When he returned from the service, he farmed with his father and brother and then later with his son and grandson. He attended auctioneer school in Mason City, Iowa, and he auctioned many farm sales and purebred sheep sales across the nation. He raised Corriedale sheep and was the Executive Secretary of the American Corriedale Association from 1969 to 1996, always a tireless supporter and promoter of Corriedales throughout the country. He received

rrr Auctioneer’s Prayer By Russell E Jackson I’m going to the big sale in the Sky, Where the streets are paved with gold. I’m going to the big sale in the Sky, Where I’ll sell forever, and never get everything sold. It will be so enjoyable with bids that come fast & high. Yes, I’m going to the big sale in the Sky, Where the weather is always perfect and every day is unbelievable. I’m going to the big sale in the Sky, I’ll sell the perfect sheep, pigs or cows, Where we always “Praise the Lord” and repeat our dedication vows. It is a most beautiful place, with happiness, love and grace. Where there is no night, but are just glorious days. Where the almighty God says you are here to stay. I’ll enjoy the mansion built of gold. It’s perfect in every way, I am told. There is a sale every day that I’ll need to do. Your auction chant will ring aloud and thru. Where the sky is blue and it’s never cold, Your gavel will ring forever, because it’s made of gold It will ring across the heavens every time

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I say “SOLD”. It will ring forever and I cannot wait. Where the LORD says, “Welcome Son”– Enter through these pearly gates. I’ve sold a lot in this earthly life, For 45 years I have loved this profession, But it’s just a minute compared to my heavenly concession. The Lord has blessed me on this earthly land, With family, friends and productive land. Where I grew corn and soybeans and a family so dear, I could ask for no more, while I am here. But…I’m on my way to the big sale in Heaven, Where, because of good parents, and Christ, all is forgiven. The earthly sins I have committed each day, But with faith in God, in Heaven I’ll stay. I am needed in heaven to fulfill God’s Promise. I am needed this day and I cannot delay. So live a good life with prayer, praise and Thanksgiving, When life is over there will be heavenly living. I’m going this day and for now I’ll say, “God Bless” and “Goodbye” Cause you see, I’m going to that wonderful sale in the Sky. The

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the Guy L. Green Award, the most prestigious award given by the American Corriedale Association. During his time as Executive Secretary, he initiated the semi-annual breed magazine, The Corriedale Extra. It was first published in March 1971 and continues today. He lived and farmed his entire life on the Family Centennial Farm. Russ is survived by his wife, Beth; two daughters, Marla (Jim) Darin, of Morris, and Shelly (Tom) Diss, of Grand Ridge; one son, Randy (Sue) Jackson, of Seneca; two stepdaughters, Jennifer (Ron) Jacobs, of Port Byron, and Stephanie James, of Ormond Beach, Fla.; one stepson, Scott James, of Ballwin, Mo.; 17 grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; his previous wife, Audrey Ugolini, of Ottawa; and a brother, Robert Jackson, of Seneca. He was preceded in death by a sister-inlaw, Mary Ann Jackson. Pallbearers were his grandsons, Trevor and Colton Jackson, Devin and Tanner Hill, Cody Diss, Brandon Pezanoski, Isaac Jacobs and Shadley James. The American Corriedale Association extends it’s deepest sympathy to the family of Russ Jackson.

From one stockman to another

As a fellow stockman/grandson of former member Russ Jackson (1969-1996 ACA Executive Secretary) and listening/learning from past generations, I feel the need to acknowledge the association that my grandfather, has passed, surrounded by family and friends on August 25, 2018. One of my first memories was with him taking us to Sedalia, Mo. to the Corriedale sheep sale and meeting all the fellow members and huge rams that shaped the association to what it is today. Second, not long after being the first time I ever tasted lobster at his retirement dinner, I think all five grand kids got to share with him it was so big. As a young stockman only Fall 2018

being 28 and trying to balance family, work, livestock, reality/keeping up with the Jones.... I’ve realized every day I wake up thinking the same way my grandpa did. To make sure my stock is cared for, my kids and wife are happy and healthy, and in the long run I leave this world better than I found it. At the end of the day my livestock has full bellies, and fresh bedding, and as I walk in for dinner with my family, I know that I have a special someone looking down smiling, knowing I took the extra minute to make sure that the triplet lamb nursed, or that bloated calf was tubed because we are stockmen by blood and that’s what we do. To all the fallen stockman before their time– The knowledge you carried with you may be the burden we live tomorrow. There is so many questions I never got to ask and stories I never learned from you. Please take the time to listen. In Memory of Russell Jackson Cody Diss (grandson) Shelly Diss (Jackson) Page 25


~ In Memoriam ~ William bagwell Willard Robert Bagwell, 77, of Union City, Tenn. passed away April 27, 2018, at his home. Robert was born Dec. 27, 1940, in Cape Girardeau, Mo., son of the late Willard Wiley and Louise (Houser) Bagwell. He married Jenny Lou (Hardy) Bagwell Aug. 4, 1967. She survives. Robert retired after 32 years of service as an educator having taught at South Fulton Middle School and Union City Middle School and Union City High School. He retired with the rank of Lieutenant Colonel in the Tennessee National Guard after 29-1/2 years of service and had been an insurance agent with Colonial Life Insurance Company for 10 years. Robert was a member of Mt. Zion United Methodist Church and a member of the National Corriedale Association. He was instrumental in the formation of the Obion County Junior Livestock Sheep Show and the Little Twisters Basketball League in the Union City School System. Robert was a member of the Obion County Fair Association and enjoyed fishing. He is also survived by one daughter and son-in-law, Laura (Bagwell) and Dan Faulkner of South Fulton; one son and daughter-inlaw, Merritt and Jennifer Bagwell of Kevil, Ky.; five grandchildren, Knox Faulkner, Nolan Faulkner and Leah Beth Faulkner, all of South Fulton and Evelyn Bagwell and Austin Bagwell both of Kevil; and two sisters and one brother-in-law. He was also preceded in death by one daughter, Rebecca Leah Bagwell. Memorial contributions may take the form of donations to Mt. Zion United Methodist Church, c/o Mike Hampton, 5361 Old Troy-Hickman, Road, Union City, TN 38261, Hometown Walk of Hope, P.O. Box 482, Union City, TN 38281 Page 26

or St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. The American Corriedale Association extends it’s deepest sympathy to the family of William Bagwell. Gerald Dean Federer Gerald Dean Federer, 77, of Cheyenne, Wy. died April 28, 2018 at Cheyenne Healthcare Center following hip surgery and a long battle with dementia. He was born July 28, 1940, to Helen Ames Federer and Clarence Federer. He attended country schools until junior high. He graduated from Cheyenne High School and the University of Wyoming with a B.S. in animal science. Jerry worked for 30 years for the Bureau of Land Management as the Wyoming State range specialist. He was instrumental in the publication of the “State of the Public Range,” developed the “Range Land Stewardship Award” and was the first BLM employee to receive this award. The Federer Ranch, which his grandparents homesteaded, was very important to him. He was proud of his Angus cows and Corriedale sheep. He is survived by his wife, Marcia; children, Grady (Mark) and Gina Vining (Bryan), five grandchildren; five great-grandchildren; and sister, Cathy Wagner (Wendell). Contributions may be made to the Wyoming Children’s Society and to the Wyoming Wool Growers Association. Friends may visit his webpage at www.wrcfuneral.com. The American Corriedale Association extends it’s deepest sympathy to the family of Jerry Federer. The Corriedale Extra


CORRIEDALES New Stud Ram

MLW 1748 QR DOB 11/3/17

Sired by Phillippi ram (Camp 4-65). Dam is MLW 1316, a twin sister to the dam of the yearling ram (MLW 1703) that we sold at the 2018 National Sale. We were pleased with the performance of MLW 1703 since he tied for the tallest Corriedale ram measuring 39.5 inches and he weighed in at 315# at Sedalia. We are hopeful this ram will also do well for us. We will have a few fall lambs sired by Camp 4-65 and our spring lambs will be sired by Bandt 1128 and MLW 1748.

Thank you to our 2018 buyers:

Brady Craig, IL • Dylan Craig, IL Matthew Drendel, IL • Marty Hicks, IL Morris Corriedales, IL

Give us a call or stop by the farm. Max & Donna Woolever 959 Co Rd 1900 E., Greenup, IL 62428 • (217) 923-3952 wool5ever@woolever.com • http://corriedales.woolever.com

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35.75-39.50

35-39.75

18.50-21.21.50

34-42

37.75

37.5

20

38.5

37.5

19.9

19.8

35.6

Scrotal Circ. (cm.)

36.3

H.S. Length (in.)

Length (in.)

265

35.3

58.8% 76.9%

35.8

Height (in.)

13

% Longer than Tall

254

35.4

Weight (lb.)

16

No. of Rams

17.5

33.5

34.5

231.5

Average

15-20

31.25-36

32-35.50

18-259

Range

13 Yearling Ewes

33.75

17.5

33.25

33.75

209

Average

31.25-37

16-18.50

32.25-33.75

33.25-34.755

186-247

Range

4 Fall Ram Lambs

39.8

18.4

34.9

263

28

35.7

36.0

282

9

38.0

36.6

296

24

37.4

36.8

277

10

19.7

36.5

19.4 37.8

18.7 37.5

20.4 37.9

38.6

37.7

287

17

38.3

37.5

286

14

37.5

37.4

282

14

38.67

38.08

289

12

2008 2009 2010 Avg. Avg. Avg.

37

37.5

249

9

2011 Avg.

16

20.0 36.8

20.0 39.6

38.3

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11

6 287 282.37 297

9

2016 2017 2018 Avg. Avg. Avg.

15.50-17

29-33.25

31.50-33.50

128-185

Range

37

21

78%

19.89

55%

20

50% 39.94 38.50 38.75 38.46 38.5

20.75 20.83 22.68 21.47 19.62

56%

37.67 36.45 38.16 38.12 37.75 37.87 37.5

37.40 35.73 13.75 40.77

22.20 19.00

9 273 297.75 293.12

17

2015 Avg.

16.5

31

32.5

161.75

Average

7 Fall Ewe Lambs

37.35 37.07 37.80 37.95 37.25 37.66 37.75

286

13

2012 2013 2014 Avg. Avg. Avg.

50% 70.5% 57.1% 42.9% 66.7% 33.3% 69% 41.1% 63%

37.2

37.1

279

16

2006 2007 Avg. Avg.

1999-2018 National Sales

2004 2005 Avg. Avg.

85.7% 33.3% 79.2% 70%

37.4

36.4

275

14

2003 Avg.

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269-318

297

1999 2000 2001 2002 Avg. Avg. Avg. Avg.

Scrotal Circum. (cm.)

H.S. Length (in.)

Length (in.)

Height (in.)

Weight (lb.)

Range

Average

6 Yearling Rams

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35.75-39.50

35-39.75

18.50-21.21.50

34-42

37.75

37.5

20

38.5

35.8

58.8% 76.9%

19.8

35.6

Length (in.)

% Longer than Tall

H.S. Length (in.)

Scrotal Circ. (cm.)

265

37.5

19.9

36.3

35.3

254

35.4

Height (in.)

13

Weight (lb.)

16

No. of Rams

17.5

33.5

34.5

231.5

Average

15-20

31.25-36

32-35.50

18-259

Range

13 Yearling Ewes

33.75

17.5

33.25

33.75

209

Average

31.25-37

16-18.50

32.25-33.75

33.25-34.755

186-247

Range

4 Fall Ram Lambs

39.8

18.4

34.9

263

28

35.7

36.0

282

9

38.0

36.6

296

24

37.4

36.8

277

10

19.7

36.5

19.4 37.8

18.7 37.5

20.4 37.9

38.6

37.7

287

17

38.3

37.5

286

14

37.5

37.4

282

14

38.67

38.08

289

12

2008 2009 2010 Avg. Avg. Avg.

37

37.5

249

9

2011 Avg.

16

20.0 36.8

20.0 39.6

38.3

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11

6 287 282.37 297

9

2016 2017 2018 Avg. Avg. Avg.

15.50-17

29-33.25

31.50-33.50

128-185

Range

37

21

78%

19.89

55%

20

50% 39.94 38.50 38.75 38.46 38.5

20.75 20.83 22.68 21.47 19.62

56%

37.67 36.45 38.16 38.12 37.75 37.87 37.5

37.40 35.73 13.75 40.77

22.20 19.00

9 273 297.75 293.12

17

2015 Avg.

16.5

31

32.5

161.75

Average

7 Fall Ewe Lambs

37.35 37.07 37.80 37.95 37.25 37.66 37.75

286

13

2012 2013 2014 Avg. Avg. Avg.

50% 70.5% 57.1% 42.9% 66.7% 33.3% 69% 41.1% 63%

37.2

37.1

279

16

2006 2007 Avg. Avg.

1999-2018 National Sales

2004 2005 Avg. Avg.

85.7% 33.3% 79.2% 70%

37.4

36.4

275

14

2003 Avg.

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269-318

297

1999 2000 2001 2002 Avg. Avg. Avg. Avg.

Scrotal Circum. (cm.)

H.S. Length (in.)

Length (in.)

Height (in.)

Weight (lb.)

Range

Average

6 Yearling Rams

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29.6

30.5

Length (in.)

% Longer than Tall 100% 50.0%

H.S. Length (in.)

29.6

28.9 30.3

31.0

160

8

30.8

30.3

148

20

30.1

30.4

140

22

30.1

31.5

140

16

32.0

30.8

150

17

2006 2007 Avg. Avg.

31.2

30.8

147

14

29.8

30.5

145

14

2008 2009 Avg. Avg. 4

17.5

16.7

16.4

19.0

15.30

15

11

8

30.7

31.89 31.41

16.25 18.46 18.32 18.32 17.23

62% 13.3% 45%

16

13%

31.88 30.75 31.42 29.37 32.59 31.13 20%

13

2014 2015 2016 Avg. Avg. Avg.

17.75

8%

30.5

31.5

134.6 156.91 155.13 154

A big “Thank You!”

16.7

149

13

2012 2013 Avg. Avg.

31.88 31.25 32.04

126

5

2010 2011 Avg. Avg. 145.5

1999-2018 National Sales

2004 2005 Avg. Avg.

72.7% 25.0% 70.0% 45.5% 6.3% 75.0% 71.4% 28.6% 50%

30.5

30.1

141

11

2002 2003 Avg. Avg.

7

29%

31

32.5

15.72 16.5

14%

30.16

30.54

136.43 161.75

14

2017 2018 Avg. Avg.

goes out to Marie McSparen and Barb Youtsey for stepping up and helping coordinate the 2018 National Corriedale Junior Show and activities for the 2018 Corriedale National Show & Sale! Also I want to thank all those who helped with the weights and measurements during a difficult situation due to storms that came through earlier. Ketcham Equipment let us use their scales and we finally got it all completed with everyone’s help. Christine Humphrey did the wool show this year and we had some great fleeces entered. Thanks again to Dew Drop Farms for furnishing the pizza for the juniors following their show in Monday – they loved it as usual. Lyle Warner was gracious enough to judge our Double Points Futurity Ewe Lamb show following the sale. Thank you also to Evan Snyder (open judge) and Jim Kin (junior show judge). We had a tremendous Show and Sale and National Junior Show!

29.4

148

Height (in.)

135

138

17

Weight (lb.)

10

2

2000 2001 Avg. Avg.

No. of Ewes

1999 Avg.

Summary Of Evaluations On Fall Ewe Lambs


Ohio Corriedale Club Roger Clark – R & R Farms 5187 Arrow Road, NW, Minerva, OH 44657 330-895-2478 • Rogerclark80@yahoo.com

Luke Schroeder 15587 Road 263, Defiance, OH 43512 419-789-1287

Brett Coopshaw 15640 C. Rd. K, Wauseon, Ohio 43567 567-454-7172 • beckyjo9879@gmail.com

Mary Elizabeth Sherman 14328 SR 139, Minford, Ohio 45653 740-352-2136 • crystalrsherman@gmail.com

Wayne Kemler – Kemler Family 3535 Hoaglin Center Rd. , Van Wert, OH 45891 419-587-3822 • wkkemler@metalink.net

Kaitlyn Stillion 14827 Old Glory Rd., Lore City, Ohio 43755 740-584-6818

Jim Kin – Kin Brothers 13329 TH 87, Upper Sandusky, OH 43351 419-273-3221 Joseph Moody 6084 Lux Rd., Minerva, Ohio 44657 330-205-4869 • joe.farmer312@gmail.com Scott Peters – Peters’ Corriedales 9809 Boyer Rd., Versailles, OH 45380 937-214-1974 • scottrpeters@gmail.com www.freewebs.com/peterscorriedales Hannah Petersen 1256 Bark Rd, Magnolia, Ohio 44643 330-495-2833 • jennylpetersen@gmail.com D & L Reichert 2474 N. Firestone Rd., Wooster, OH 44691 330-264-9665 don47linda@embarqmail.com Kathy Robinson – Robinson Farms 7451 Co. Rd. 121, Fredericktown, OH 43019 419-201-0865 Scott Romine – Romine Corriedales 9522 Co. Rd. 20, Galion, OH 44833 419-462-5874 romine.scott.mary@gmail.com

Mary Thomas 7595 Co. Rd. 19, Fredericktown, OH 43019 614-313-7261 Olivia Thomas 12308 US 6Bryan, Ohio 43506 jkwija@hotmail.com • 419-508-9278 Abigail Thornton 11070 Royalton Rd., Amanda, OH 43102 740-601-2145 Jordan Vineyard 9300 Blue Rock Church Rd., Blue Rock, OH 43720 • 740-674-4499 Tom Wallace 755 Hufford Rd., Casstown, OH 45312 937-875-0372 • thwallacefarmsllc@gmail.com Galen Wilson 6405 Cutler Lake Rd., Blue Rock, OH 43720 740-674-4327 Kody, Adam & Alex Wolf – Wolf Brothers 6795 CH 97, Carey, OH 43316 419-310-1336 • wolfie2011@aim.com www.wolfbrothersfarm.webs.com Chloe Wylie 13664 County Road H, Bryan, OH 43506 419-633-1179

OHIO CORRIEDALE CLUB 755 N Hufford Rd, Casstown, OH 45312 • Phone: 937/875-0373 Tom Wallace, President • Kody Wolf, V-Pres. • Dawn Wallace, Secretary -Treasurer Fall 2018

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